Timber Lake Playhouse is pleased to announce the first annual Timber Lake Playhouse Arts & Music Festival. The day-long event, Saturday, September 10 from 11am to 10pm, will be an exciting culmination to TLP’s 50th anniversary season, celebrating local artists and musicians.
The event will highlight musical talent from around the area, with different performances every hour inside the air-conditioned theatre. The schedule of performers is as follows:
11am- Ryan Getz, Grandson of TLP founder Donald Mackay, of Mount Carroll
12pm- Bruce Kort of Mount Carroll
1pm- Joe Morrow of Mount Carroll
2pm- Susie Rogers of Mount Carroll
3pm- Andrew Remillard & Edgar Swarthout Piano Duet of Chicago
4pm- Dave Cuckler of Mount Carroll
5pm- Marques Morel of Mount Carroll
6pm- Dana French & Friends of The Blue Hearts Band, Chicago
7pm-Green County Harmony Chorus directed by TLP Music Director Cindy Blanc
8pm- Ray Rose and the End of the Road Band of Chadwick
9pm- JAM SESSION
An advance day pass for entertainment is only $5 and can be purchased online by clicking owl below:
When redirected, please make sure to click on the owl on the left hand side on the online store. If you purchase a pass online, you can pick up your pass that day at the box office window.
You can also by your pass early buy calling 815-244-2035.
Otherwise, passes can be purchased for $10 at the door the day of the event. Timber Lake Playhouse is located at 8215 Black Oak Road in Mount Carroll.
The Timber Lake Playhouse Arts & Music Festival will also showcase a variety of local visual and culinary artists, as well as hand-made crafts from around the region. Timber Lake Playhouse is still accepting art and food vendor applications. Booth space is $25 for an individual or organization for space in front of the theatre on the day of the event. For more details, please call the TLP Box Office or email the downloadable order form: TLP AMF 2011 Vendor Application and emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event is sponsored by John Briscoe of Stone House Fudge in Mount Carroll. Sponsorship donations are still being accepted for the event.