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CONCERT HAS MOVED TO THE LUTCHER THEATER

 

Last updated 10/17/2019 at Noon



Due to recent heavy rainfall and the continuing threat of storms the rest of this week, the decision has been made to relocate the Symphony at Shangri La indoors to the Lutcher Theater. The event is co-hosted by the Lutcher Theater, Shangri La Gardens and the Symphony of Southeast Texas.

In the true spirit of this great collaboration, the teams are working together to make this experience as comparable as possible to past events at the gardens. The Lutcher will be decorated with fall festive decor, hay bales & pumpkins. There will also be a slide show featuring all of the Scarecrow Festival entries and much more.

Shangri La Botanical Gardens will be open to concert patrons from 1 to 4pm on Sunday to enjoy the Scarecrow Festival and gardens that are so vibrant and beautiful this time of year. Additionally, concert goers are encouraged to bring a picnic meal and enjoy a pre-concert meal in the garden.

The gardens will close at 4pm, concert goers are invited to make their way to the Lutcher Theater where the concert will begin at 5pm.

Tickets for General Admission seating is $20 Adults/ $10 Students; children 5 and under are free, but they DO need a ticket.

Roundtrip bus transportation from Beaumont will also be available for $30 through the Symphony of Southeast Texas office.

This wonderful 60 minute concert will feature the Symphony of Southeast Texas, baritone soloist Dalton Woody, trombonist Tim Dueppen, and a great variety of pops and movie classics.

Tickets are available through the Lutcher Theater at lutcher.orgor call 409-886-5535 or through the Symphony of Southeast Texas at 409-892-2257.

The Lutcher Theater Treat It Forward Costume Drive collection boxes will be setup in the 1st Floor Lobby. New and gently used Halloween costumes donated will be delivered to the local charity, Treat It Forward to benefit children in Southaast Texas.

This amazing show could not be possible without the support of our Concert Sponsors: Invista Corporation, Edaren Foundation, Natalie and S. L. Greenberg, First Financial and Trust, Honeywell, Mercedes Benz of Beaumont, Chevron/Phillips and the Houseman Foundation. Sponsors like this help our local arts organizations by playing a role in the education, entertainment, and cultural enrichment of all residents of Southeast Texas.

About the Lutcher Theater

The Lutcher Theater Inc. is a 1450-seat, state-of-the-art, world-class performing arts facility and the prominent presenter of Broadway, national and international tours, award-winning artists, renowned dance and acclaimed children's performances for Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana. The Lutcher presents the largest performing arts series between Houston, TX and New Orleans, LA.

About Shangri La Gardens

Shangri La encompasses 250+ acres in the heart of Orange, Texas, along the swamps and wetlands associated with Adams Bayou.

Shangri La integrates its botanical gardens and nature center together to create a unique understanding of the natural world in Southeast Texas.

Imagine a place where you can stroll along garden paths surrounded by a profusion of flowers, watch birds for hours from the comfort of a Heronry Blind or just spend time relaxing with friends and family.

Or, you can explore your wild side and take a naturalist-led excursion along Adams Bayou to discover the wonders of nature, encounter wildlife in their natural habitats and gain new insights into the importance of preserving the environment.

No matter what motivates you to come outdoors, explore Shangri La - it's a year-round delight for the senses.

About the Symphony of Southeast Texas

The Symphony of Southeast Texas, embarking on its 67th season, is a regional, professional orchestra based in Beaumont, Texas. The Symphony performs a number of subscription concerts, educational programs and other concerts throughout Southeast Texas each year. SOST’s home base is the Julie Rogers Theatre in downtown Beaumont. The orchestra is composed of local musicians from Beaumont vicinity, as well as many musicians from the Houston and Lake Charles areas. Selections from the upcoming season include everything from Beethoven and Mozart to Billy Joel and Elton John. Bring the whole family out to see the Wizard of Oz on-screen with music by the SOST orchestra.

 

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