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Victor Valley Community Concert Association

 

degraff

 

February 9, 2020

2:30 p.m.

 

An accomplished American violinist, composer, producer, educator and farmer. Adam spent his early career as a first-chair, professional orchestral musician. He attended Northwestern University and completed graduate studies at Rice. Adam’s new program, Rock Violin, combines popular music with a hint of classical performed using a high-tech programmable looping station. A pyrotechnic fiddler.

Tickets available from VVCCA.org


 

Victor Valley Community Concert Association

 

Jason Lyle Black

 

Jason

March 1, 2020

2:30 p.m.

 

Jason’s unique combination of familiar music, comedy and interaction leaves audiences laughing and crying in the same night. From his comedic routines like “Songs Not to Play at People’s Weddings” to his upside-down, head-pedaling piano act, Jason wows and engages audiences worldwide. A whirlwind of music and laughs.

Tickets available from VVCCA.org


 

Oedipus

 

"This adaptation is a story of a great man, savior of Thebes, who pays the ultimate price for trying to outsmart the gods. Oedipus fulfilled a prophecy that said he would kill his father and marry his mother and thus brought disaster on his city and family.  Oedipus is convinced that he is in charge of his fate. As Greek mythology shows, however, no human can rise to the power of the gods who rule over us. Even in defeat, deviant and majestic, Oedipus is still unable to comprehend that, before we act, we must wait on the will of the gods to be revealed to us."

 

Tickets available at vvc.edu/tix

 


 

PERFORMING ARTS CENTER INFORMATION

  
Campus Policy- Smoking is no longer allowed on campus. 

Lobby doors open one half hour before a scheduled event. Box office opens one hour before a VVC sponsored ticketed event. Other sales are in the lobby.

Parking permits are required for PAC events. Free events require permits. A yellow permit kiosk ($2.00, accepts quarters and debit cards) is available on the east side of the the lot near the PAC. Permit parking is not allowed in the metered stalls and a permit is required in handicap stalls. Do not pull through or back into a stall, you will be ticketed. Permits are required Monday through Saturday. Some events have free parking which will be noticed in the advertising.

A wheelchair is available to help you from the parking lot to your seat. Just ask the House Manager in the lobby or call ahead to make arrangements. 245-4271 extension 849.

Performing Arts Center Box Office is just off the parking lot. This box office opens one hour before a VVC sponsored ticketed event. For advance ticket sales, you may purchase tickets online at www.vvc.edu/tix, call 245-4271 extension 849 (T.I.X.). The Advance Ticket Office is in the Auxiliary Services Office located on the right hand side of the Student Activities Center just before you enter the building near the bookstore. Hours of operation are: Monday thru Thursday 8:30 am-5 pm, Friday 8:30 am-2 pm. Checks are not accepted at either location.

*Must redeem at the ticket office at the Student Activities Center with a current ASB Card
*Free parking in lots J1 and H for VVC Music, Theatre and Dance events

The entrance to the Main Stage is at the rear of the building near the lake. The Black Box entrance is through the double doors near the box office.


To request general PAC Event Information...

Please send an email to: pac-info@vvc.edu


 

Last Updated 1/24/20