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Newberry, SC – A New Year is kicking into full swing at the Newberry Opera House. The Opera House’s season traditionally runs from August to early June so events for the first half of 2020 are already on sale. With so many unique performances to choose from, the Opera House encourages you to make a New Year’s resolution to consider going to a show you might not see normally, try new seats, and learn something new about a different culture.

Newberry, SC- Over the past 15 years, Jake Shimabukuro has challenged and changed what people thought was possible with a Ukulele. This Hawaiian Native returns to Newberry with his solo Ukulele show to the intimate Newberry Opera House on January 25, 2020.

Newberry, SC- Up and coming Bluegrass band Unspoken Tradition has been mixing traditional bluegrass sounds with Folk, and Acoustic tunes to create a fresh and progressive bluegrass sound. Out of western North Carolina, Unspoken Tradition will be joining the impressive list of bluegrass groups to visit the Newberry Opera House such as Sierra Hull, Balsam Range, and Daily and Vincent. Don’t miss their show on Saturday, January 18, 2020, at 8:00 P.M.

Newberry, SC- Each season, the Newberry Opera House hosts shows from artists and bands from all over the world, sometimes famous artists and band members travel to Newberry, SC one of the best small venues in the U.S. This season is no different with renowned musicians such as Edwin McCain, CeCe Winans, Marty Stuart, and many more chart-topping alumni. Coming up on Saturday, January 11, 2020, at 8:00 P.M., Former Heart Members Michael Derosier and Steve Fossen will be performing with their band Heart by Heart at the Newberry Opera House.

Tickets and the experience of a great live performance make an amazing gift. Below are some gift ideas for your friends and family.