Live on Stage Sioux Falls

Live on Stage Sioux Falls is celebrating its 89th year of bringing world-class entertainment to the Sioux Falls community at affordable prices. The all-volunteer, nonprofit organization has hosted a variety of talent over the years, including the Vienna Boys Choir, Arthur Rubenstein, Isaac Stern, Robert Shaw Chorale, Dixie Chicks and world-famous Canadian Brass.

Live On Stage offers, through a partnership with the Washington Pavilion, the opportunity to purchase not only the series at an amazingly affordable price, but also individual tickets for all fans! For full information on presenting artists and events for Live on Stage Sioux Falls, visit www.liveonstagesiouxfalls.org.

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You can purchase your Live on Stage Sioux Falls Series three ways:

1. Phone: Call 605-367-6000

2. In-Person: Visit the Washington Pavilion Box Office at 301 S. Main Ave, Sioux Falls

3. Online: Click the button below

Purchase Live on Stage Sioux Falls Series

Live on Stage Sioux Falls Celtic Angels

A joyous celebration of everything Irish will fill the Mary W. Sommervold Hall this fall.

Sep. 27
7:00 PM

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Live on Stage Sioux Falls Ben Gulley with the Timeless Trio

Ben Gulley is an American operatic tenor whose career includes lead roles in Mozart's Requiem, Aida and Bernstein's Broadway and more.

Oct. 22
7:00 PM

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Live on Stage Sioux Falls Sons of Serendip

Sons of Serendip is a unique Billboard-charting quartet consisting of a harpist, cellist, pianist and lead vocalist.

Nov. 18
7:00 PM

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Live on Stage Sioux Falls Big Band Christmas

Jazzed Up Big Band with Carol Nesbitt and special guests will present a Big Band Christmas with many of your favorite holiday songs.

Dec. 10
7:00 PM

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Live on Stage Sioux Falls The Maxwell Quartet

The Maxwell Quartet consists of four great friends who grew up playing classical and folk music together in youth orchestras and music schools across Scotland.

Mar. 5
7:00 PM

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Live on Stage Sioux Falls Burlap to Cashmere

Celebrating folk music from the '60s, '70s and beyond, Burlap to Cashmere shines a light on their influential roots and all of the greats that came before them.

Apr. 2
7:00 PM

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