KIWANIS PANCAKE AND AUCTION DAY
Saturday, May 6 from 7am to 1pm
Join us for Roanoke’s largest breakfast and it all goes to supporting Roanoke charities!
Come in person on Saturday, May 6 at the Berglund Center anytime between 7:00 am and 1:00 pm for an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast and yard sale. Individual tickets for breakfast are $7.00 when purchased in advance and $10.00 when purchased on-site; children 5 years of age and under are free. Breakfast includes pancakes, sausages, syrup and toppings, cold and hot drinks.
We are holding the event in person at the Berglund Center in partnership with the Spring Craft and Vendor Show. Thousands will be able to enjoy an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast and shop all the vendors at the Craft Show.
For 25+ years, our Club has conducted an annual event to raise money by selling pancake breakfasts, conducting an auction, and conducting a yard sale. Each year, thousands of tickets are bought and thousands of pancakes served, hundreds of hours of Club member efforts are volunteered, countless items are sold, and tens of thousands of dollars are raised. We use the proceeds for grants to dozens of local non-profit and charitable organizations focused on children, the elderly, and the environment.
June 10 and 11
Saturday, June 10 from 9:30am - 4pm
Sunday, June 11 from 9:30am - 4pm
Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for kids under $12, and $25 family 4-pack
Ticket Prices: $700 and
Early Bird $41
After March 10th $51
Day of $56
It’s been a remarkable year for Trombone Shorty, who released his most recent album, Lifted, last April. He performed “Shotgun” at the MusiCares Person of the Year event honoring Berry Gordy and Smokey Robinson during Grammy week this month and also performed at the Grammy Salute to Paul Simon Concert which aired this past December on CBS. Additional television appearances in 2022 included the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, ESPN’s Sportscenter, Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and Good Morning America.
Shorty spent much of 2022 with his band headlining prestigious venues including Red Rocks, the Hollywood Bowl and Central Park Summerstage. Just last week, he helped to kick off the Mardi Gras season in New Orleans with his 3rd-annual Shorty Gras concert following the Krewe of Freret Parade, which featured his very own parade float. In January he led a cultural exchange trip to Cuba in partnership with his own Trombone Shorty Foundation. The five-day “Havana Funk Expedition” trip celebrated the longstanding musical and cultural connections between New Orleans and Cuba. Other 2022 highlights include his first-ever GRAMMY win for his work on Jon Batiste’s album, and an in-depth interview with Marc Maron's WTF podcast where Marc attested “I can’t remember the last time I heard a power horn band like that.”
Since 2010, he has released four chart-topping studio albums and collaborated across genres with Pharrell, Bruno Mars, Mark Ronson, Foo Fighters, ZHU, Zac Brown, Normani, Ringo Starr, and countless others.
$1 from each ticket sold will benefit The Trombone Shorty Foundation – whose mission is to inspire the next generation of talented youth through music education, instruction, mentorship, and performance. Learn more at www.tromboneshortyfoundation.org. $1 from each ticket sold will also benefit Ziggy Marley's 501(c)3 URGE -- supporting efforts in Jamaica and other developing areas around the world, URGE's objectives include building new schools, operating health clinics and supporting the overall well being of children. Learn more at www.urgefoundation.org
Policies and Procedures
Tickets: $41 In Advance, $47 Day Of, $800 VIP Table
GRAMMY, CMA and ACM award winner Ashley McBryde cut her teeth playing country songs in rural biker bars – and it shows. The Grand Ole Opry member’s 2018 major label debut Girl Going Nowhere (Warner Music Nashville) charmed The New York Times, NPR, Rolling Stone, Paste, The Washington Post and more, all en route to landing a GRAMMY nomination for Best Country Album. McBryde closed out 2019 with ACM New Female Artist, CMT Breakout Artist, a New Artist of the Year win at the 53rd Annual CMA Awards and two nominations for the 2020 GRAMMYs for Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance for “Girl Goin’ Nowhere.” Her follow-up Never Will was tagged by Rolling Stone as one of the most anticipated of the year alongside NPR, who also ranked her Top 10 RIAA Platinum-Certified single “One Night Standards” as one of the best songs of 2019.
The album earned McBryde a 2021 GRAMMY nomination for Best Country Album, making Never Will the only album nominated for Country Album of the Year by the ACMs, CMAs and the Recording Academy in the same award season. Her GRAMMY-winning duet with Carly Pearce, “Never Wanted To Be That Girl,” went all the way to No. 1 and earned McBryde and Pearce the ACM and CMA award for Musical Event of the Year. McBryde was also honored with the 2022 CMA International Artist Achievement Award for the most significant creative growth, development and promotion of the country music industry outside of the United States.
The Arkansas-native invites listeners to Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville, a collaborative project featuring Brothers Osborne, Brandy Clark, Pillbox Patti, Caylee Hammack, Aaron Raitiere and more, earning McBryde her third consecutive GRAMMY nomination for Best Country Album, making her a six-time GRAMMY nominee. Upon its release on September 30, Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville garnered applause from The New York Times, NPR, Variety, Vulture, Esquire, Rolling Stone, Billboard and Stereogum, among many more. McBryde recently wrapped The Judds: The Final Tour with Wynonna and will join her collaborators and special guests for two sold-out nights at the Ryman Auditorium for Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville Live on February 15-16. McBryde is slated to play headlining shows, festivals and three dates with Eric Church on The Outsiders Revival Tour this spring and summer. For more information, visit AshleyMcBryde.com or follow her on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @AshleyMcBryde and TikTok @AshleyMcBrydeMusic.
In a time when the popular choice is to chase the double yellow line down the road to country radio, Boy Named Banjo thrives on its fringes. The Nashville-raised five-piece is a fusion of contemporary country, Americana and folk-rock stacked on a foundation of bluegrass. “We’re trying to find our own niche within popular country music today,” says Sam McCullough (drums). “But not straight down the middle.” The band, which has been together in some iteration since members were in high school, is comprised of Barton Davies (banjo), Ford Garrard (bass/standing bass), Sam McCullough (drums) Willard Logan (mandolin, acoustic/electric guitar) and William Reames (acoustic guitar/harmonica).
Learn more about Boy Named Banjo - https://www.boynamedbanjo.com
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Special Events Center and Coliseum
Ticket Prices: Saturday - $17, Sunday - $16, Weekend Pass - $25
WEEKEND PASS Saturday Single Day Pass Sunday Single Day Pass
SINGLE TICKETS AVAILABLE DAY OF SHOW!
Saturday - 10am-6pm, 10am for Weekend Pass, 11am for General Admission
Sunday - 11am-5pm, no early entry
Berglund Performing Arts Theatre
Ticket Prices:VIP $201.75, $71.75, $31.75, $21.75,
Show Start time: 7:00pm
SEATING CHART BUY TICKETS PARKING PASS
Get ready for a night of unforgettable music and soul-stirring performances as Zach Williams and Riley Clemmons take the stage on the Hundred Highways tour.
Zach Williams, backed by his massive 10-piece band, will blow you away with his powerful vocals, raw talent, and chart-topping hits. From “Chain Breaker” to “Rescue Story,” his music speaks to the heart of what it means to be human, and his electrifying live shows are unlike anything you’ve ever experienced in Christian music.
But the excitement doesn’t stop there. Riley Clemmons, a rising star in the industry, will set the stage ablaze with her angelic voice and captivating stage presence. With hits like “Keep on Hoping” and “Fighting for Me,” she is sure to inspire and uplift you with her soulful lyrics and infectious melodies.
Whether you’re a longtime fan or a newcomer to the genre, this is a show you won’t want to miss. So come join us for an unforgettable night of music, worship, and community. Get your tickets now and experience the magic of A Hundred Highways with Zach Williams and Riley Clemmons!
VIP Exclusive Eat & Greet Experience:
Enjoy an amazing meal and make a difference in your local community, world-renowned chef Paul Fields will be crafting a gourmet dinner that you will never forget! This exclusive VIP Eat and Greet experience includes:
- One (1) entry to pre-show VIP Eat & Greet full-course gourmet dinner prepared by professional chef Paul Fields
- Meet Zach Williams and get your picture taken with him*
- Premium concert seating
- Early access to merch shopping
- Commemorative VIP tour laminate
- Gift bag
- For each ticket sold a food box will be given to a local family in need. Each box provides enough food to feed a family of four for an entire week.
* If health and safety guidelines change, a Question & Answer session may be substituted.
This is a very limited offer. Join us for this exclusive VIP experience! Must arrive by 5:00pm.
Berglund Center Coliseum
Ticket Prices: $39.75, $59.75, $79.75, $99.75
Show Start time: 7:00pm
SEATING CHART BUY TICKETS PARKING PASS
“A rare and incredible talent” (Interrobang) whose “success isn’t a surprise” (Variety), Bert Kreischer has become an award-winning entertainment juggernaut and a master of virtually every medium he tackles: standup comedy, TV, podcasts, a memoir and album, and soon his first feature film. He was Pollstar’s #1 2020 standup touring artist in the midst of a global pandemic, selling out arenas and the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and earning Pollstar’s Damn The Torpedoes: 2020-2021 Touring Artist award. Followed soon after by Variety’s 2021 Creative Impact in Comedy award.
Bert has revolutionized live comedy performances with 2020’s Hot Summer Nights tour of drive-ins and this year’s Fully Loaded Comedy Festival that took Kreischer and his favorite comedians to such open-air venues as minor league baseball parks, a racetrack and amphitheater. He boasts two of the most-popular comedy podcasts in the world, “Bertcast” and ”2 Bears 1 Cave” (with Tom Segura), stars in his own Netflix show “The Cabin with Bert Kreischer,” and hosts the wildly-successful “The Go Big Show” on TBS alongside celebrity judges T-Pain, Rosario Dawson, Jennifer Nettles, and Cody Rhodes, now heading into its third season. Three of his four comedy specials are currently streaming on Netflix, “The Machine,” “Secret Time” and “Hey Big Boy.” And he stars in, wrote, and produced his upcoming movie, also “The Machine,” co-starring Mark Hamill of “Star Wars” fame.
A master humorous storyteller in a long and proud tradition that stretches back to legends like Mark Twain and Will Rogers, Bert is making his mark on modern culture with frank, no-holds-barred humor that tackles family and fatherhood, current events, his personal adventures, daily routines and legendary party-hearty ways, and much else that strikes his inspired fancy. And all the while, he continues to be innovative and imaginative as well as riotously hilarious.