Stoughton Opera House

Southern Wisconsin's Most Charming Theatre

The historic Stoughton Opera House is located in Stoughton, WI just a few minutes south-east of Madison. The theater plays host to a wide variety of musical and theatrical performances throughout the season - rock, folk, classical, oddities, name it. Known for sublime acoustics and an early 20th century aesthetic, don't pass on a chance to see a show or just pay a visit to the Stoughton Opera House.





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The Best Westerns

Melding instrumental virtuosity and the powerful charm of classic songs old and new, from way out West to Tin Pan Alley, this six-piece band is nicknamed “Milwaukee's Western Swing Kings.” Founder and bass violinist Mark Hembree has performed with Bill Monroe and Randy Travis, and helped form the Nashville Bluegrass Band, which later went on to perform the music soundtrack for the movie, "Oh Brother Where Art Thou." With fiddle, piano, guitar, steel guitar, acoustic bass, and drums, The Best Western’s musical repertoire ranges from Bob Wills to Benny Goodman, with stops along the way for Slim Gaillard, Speedy West, Count Basie, Carl Smith, Ray Price and many more.

Tickets: $20




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