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'That '70s Show' concert to be held on Oct. 13

The concert will be held in the Tastefully Simple Performing Arts Center at Alexandria Area High School.

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ALEXANDRIA — Join the Central Lakes Concert Association for a night of bell bottoms and brass in a show titled, “That ‘70s Show.”

Copper Street Brass is a Minneapolis-based sextet composed of two trumpets, trombone, tuba, French horn and percussion with several members doubling on keyboard, percussion, guitars and electric instruments. Copper Street Brass presents a variety of music in bold innovative ways with a friendly and charming stage presence.

The concert will be held on Thursday, Oct. 13, at 7:30 p.m. in the Tastefully Simple Performing Arts Center at Alexandria Area High School.

From the big wigs of Mozart and Haydn to the big hair of Led Zeppelin and STYX, music from the ‘70s is covered in a whole new way. “That ‘70s Show” cleverly features music from the 1770s, 1870s, and 1970s from classical and opera, jazz and folk, to rock and disco. In addition to the music of Led Zeppelin and STYX, you’ll also hear 1970s rock and pop tunes by Fleetwood Mac, John Lennon, and James Taylor. Their eclectic performance will feature something for everyone.

For ticket/membership information, contact Kathi Haug at 320-815-8979, or visit www.centrallakesconcerts.com . Membership is by season ticket only.

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The Central Lakes Concert Association is grateful to Elden's Fresh Foods, Geneva Capital, and Arrowwood Resort and Conference Center for underwriting a significant portion of this concert.

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