Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center plans exciting 40th anniversary season in 2022

The Blind Boys of Alabama will kick off the season on Saturday, January 8.

The Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center at Palm Beach State College in Belle Glade celebrates its 40th anniversary “See It Live! »The 2022 Performing Arts Season begins in January with an entertaining line-up of shows.

“We are extremely excited about our dynamic schedule and the possibility of having more live performances as we continue to return to a certain sense of normalcy,” said Mark Alexander of PBSC. “We have something for everyone this year, and we can’t wait to see our customers. “

To kick off the season, the Blind Boys of Alabama will perform on Saturday, January 8. Recognized around the world as living legends of gospel music, they have been inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and won five Grammy Awards. They are known to cross multiple musical boundaries, from gospel classics to contemporary spiritual songs.

Drumline Live is back for another thrilling performance on Tuesday January 11th. Drumline Live was created by the music team behind the hit 20th Century Fox films Battery line and Drum line: a new rhythm. Complete with dazzling choreography and explosive percussion, Drumline Live is a thrilling spectacle.

On Thursday, January 13, the World of Musicals will take you on an emotional journey through the great world of musicals. Enjoy beautiful emotional ballads from Evita and Wretched, and the big favorites of Dirty dance, we will Rock You, The Lion King, Rocky and Sister act.

The Singing Contractors take the stage on Thursday, February 3. The unlikely pair’s foundation stems from a viral video of their poignant rendition of “How Great Thou Art,” performed in an unfinished corner of a home renovation, which has led to over a million views in close proximity. 24 hours. The duo, consisting of Aaron Gray and Josh Arnett, originally from Indiana, continued to build up an following due to their playful personalities and compelling gospel covers.

Let the battle begin when Motones vs. Jerseys will arrive at Dolly Hand on Thursday, February 17th. Singing and dancing through nearly 50 of the greatest songs of the 20th century, Motones vs. Jerseys pays homage to iconic mid-century vocal groups. In a playful back-and-forth, the groups engage in a friendly and lively song that engages audience members with the power to vote for their favorite group.

The Pam Tillis Trio will perform on Friday March 4th. Mel Tillis’ daughter has found her own path as a singer / songwriter, and her star continues to shine brightly in the third decade of her career. His biggest hits include “All The Good Ones Are Gone”, “Maybe It Was Memphis”, “Don’t Tell Me What To Do” and “Shake the Sugar Tree”.

Helen Miller-Best takes the stage on Monday, March 21. Nationally acclaimed gospel recording artist and ordained minister, Miller-Best takes listeners back to how the church was “before,” with applause and praise from the foot.

Don’t miss the exciting Latin energy of Mariachi Herencia de Mexico on Sunday, March 27 at 4 p.m. A youth ensemble from Chicago’s immigrant neighborhoods, Mexico City’s Mariachi Herencia is the most exciting newcomer to mariachi music. Their first album, Nuestra Herencia (Our heritage) won a Latin Grammy nomination. Their follow-up album, Herencia De La Tierra Mía (The Inheritance Of My Land) debuted at # 2 on the Billboard charts and # 1 on the iTunes charts.

All performances are at 7 p.m. unless otherwise specified. Tickets can be purchased by calling (561) 993-1160 or by visiting the Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center box office, located on the Palm Beach State College Glades campus at 1977 SW College Drive in Belle Glade.

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