The Belairs Return To Harrison's Martin Marietta Theater

The proceeds made from this concert will benefit the Harrison High School Creative Arts Theatre's spring musical production.

(Photo from The Belairs Facebook page.)

(Harrison, Oh.) - The Harrison High School Creative Arts Theatre will be hosting a rockin' 50's and 60's concert to raise money for their spring musical production. 

Tickets are now available to see the 50's and 60's rock and roll band "The Belairs" in concert on Saturday, January 18.

The Belairs Show will feature the Rock 'n Roll songs that will take you down memory lane of a simpler times and the loves of the past. 

"Every once in a while a group of guys and gals comes along that brings a certain magic to the stage and leaves audiences asking for more. The Belairs Show is "that magic." Attend the concert and experience the hottest show band of today playing all the great oldies and songs from yesterday. See their high energy performance live on stage and enjoy all the glitz, all the comedy, and all the enjoyment that is The Belairs Show."

The four-part "street corner" harmony group will put on a Las Vegas style show, complete with costumes and choreography. 

Tributes to the great voices of the past will include Roy Orbison, Dion, Dusty Springfield, Billy Joe Royal, Jackie Wilson, Tom Jones and many more favorites.

The show will begin at 8:00 PM at the Martin Marietta Performing Arts Theater at the Harrison High School Activity Center, 9845 West Road in Harrison, Ohio.

Each concert ticket will cost $10. Tickets will be available for purchase at Village Pharmacy in downtown Harrison, 114 Harrison Avenue, online, or at the door the night of the show at 6:00 PM. 

If you purchase a ticket online, you will need to be sure to bring your receipt to exchange it for an admission ticket at the event. A service fee could be charged if you decide to reserve a ticket online. 

The proceeds made from this concert will benefit the Harrison High School Creative Arts Theatre's spring musical production.

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