In a brilliant one-man Beatlemania show, Bob Halligan, Jr. portrays Paul McCartney through his career—as a Beatle and as a solo artist—in a theatrical format involving music, dialogue and onstage wardrobe changes.
Each year the Clear Lake Area Concert Association must select its acts, then before a performance season begins, sell memberships to support the selected programming. Therefore, tickets are sold primarily on a membership (season ticket) basis.
Membership prices are quite reasonable, costing no more than a single-event ticket at many other venues. This means that even if you have to miss a performance, your membership is still a great value (also, you can loan your ticket to a friend J). Keep in mind that your season ticket allows you to attend not only the performances in Clear Lake, but also the performances in reciprocal communities!
All concerts are performed at the lovely E.B. Stillman Auditorium, in the Clear Lake Middle School (1601 – 3rd Ave. N). Performance time is generally at 7 p.m., although occasionally there are matinees, depending on performers’ availability. During performances, there is an intermission with snacks provided by the local Beta Sigma Phi chapter, Laureate Gamma Xi, with donations accepted to help support community projects.
Our season generally coincides with the regular school year. However, to accommodate our many members who are snowbirds, we generally try to avoid scheduling concerts in the middle of the winter.