Exciting Spring Planned for Bend’s Tower Theatre

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Bend’s iconic Tower Theater is known for hosting an eclectic mix of musical, theatrical and educational events.

This Spring, the Tower is once again showcasing itself as the “hub for cultural connections and artistic experiences.” Here’s a preview of their amazing lineup.

Sunday April 2nd at 7pm, the Tower Theatre Foundation presents Black Violin. This unique duo performs a high energy fusion of classical, hip-hop, rock, R&B, and bluegrass which got them named one of the hottest groups at SXSW!

Saturday, April 8th at 7:30pm get lost with Survivorman Les Stroud. Les’s inspiring folk-roots-rock musical storytelling and video concert experience will set your imagination adrift.

Best known as the creator and star of Survivorman, musically, Stroud is revered for his impressive harmonica playing, which has allowed him to share the stage with Slash, Journey, Chicago, and The Roots, among others

Sunday, April 9th at 7pm the Tower Theatre Foundation Presents British a cappella stars, Semi-Toned. Experience their trademark combination of vivacious humor, vocal mastery, and velvety charm.

Hailing from the University of Exeter, the boys in burgundy will take the audience on a thrilling journey from the seventies through present day – don’t miss them shuffle in Lindy Hop, drop it like Beyonce, or do the Macarena….all with no other musical instruments than their voices.

This performance is presented by The Tower Theatre Foundation with additional support from Bend Surgery Center, Central Oregon Radiology, Deschutes Brewery, and Oregrown.

Be sure to get your tickets early for these one of a kind shows at the Tower Theatre in beautiful Bend, Oregon.

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