One of Lebanon's longtime connections to the arts will stage its comeback on Oct. 7
One of Lebanon's longtime connections to the arts will stage its comeback on Oct. 7.
The Lebanon Concert Association's concert series will return for the 2022-2023 season after a year and a half hiatus caused by health concerns thanks to COVID-19.
President Maggie Palmer Corry said, “We're really thrilled to be back offering high-quality professional concerts right here in Lebanon. Most towns our size don't have this rare opportunity.”
The LCA hopes to wrap up its season ticket sales window by the end of September, if possible. “Of course, people can always buy at the door or for a single show only, but it's much easier and faster to do it ahead time,” Corry said.
The 2022-2023 season marks the 42nd year of LCA's existence. Begun in 1979, the group's purpose is to bring more cultural opportunities for the citizens of Lebanon by presenting a slate of professional concerts at an affordable price.
“We're quite proud that Lebanon's citizens, businesses and community leaders have supported us throughout these many years. It's an affirmation that we're indeed doing something highly-valued by our community,” Corry said.
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