The Folsom Concert Association has announced its line-up of fantastic concerts for its upcoming 2023-24 season at the Harris Center for the Arts.  The season to come will consist of five spectacular performances featuring an array of genres to offer something for all to enjoy and now is the time to get your tickets, or better yet, become a FCA subscriber and save when it comes to season ticket prices.  

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The Folsom Concert Association (FCA) has been presenting acclaimed artists to the community since 1995. As a 501c(3) non-profit, FCA presents affordable, family friendly concerts coupled with FCA’s goal to continue giving back to our community.

The organization offers free Musical Outreach Performances to seniors in memory care and assisted living facilities, students in socioeconomically disadvantaged schools and awarding musical arts scholarships to graduating high school seniors who are majoring in theatrical arts.

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Face Vocal opens season Oct. 15

The organization’s exciting season ahead will open on October 15 with the Face Vocal Band taking to the Harris Center stage. Face Vocal Band is an internationally acclaimed all-vocal rock band from Boulder Colorado. The group has been captivating audiences for over two decades with what is often described as infectious energy as they blend modern popular tunes with complex harmonies, brilliant beat-box rhythms, and superb singing. The band has competed on the hit NBC series “The Sing-Off”. 

Face value will open the FCA season taking the stage at 2:00 p.m. on Oct. 15. Tickets can be purchased at https://www.harriscenter.net/face-vocal-band/.

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Ireland’s greatest showman Nov. 19

The second show of the season is scheduled for November 19 as David Shannon takes to the stage. Shannon is bannered as Ireland’s greatest showman and is known for his powerful vocals. Shannon has held leading roles in pructions such as the Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Sweeney Todd, and Come From Away. 

Shannon’s repertoire is an exciting mix of classic Irish songs and surprises, as well as selections from his starring roles on Broadway and London’s West End. Tickets for this show that takes the stage at 2:00 p.m. on Nov. 19.  Can be purchased at: https://www.harriscenter.net/david-shannon

Collision of Rhythm  Jan. 14

Just after the holidays wrap up, the FCA’s third show of the series will bring the Collision of Rhythm to the stage on January 14. 

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Collision of Rhythm is a duo comprised of tap-dancing classical virtuoso, Aaron Williams, and beatbox-juggling keynote speaker, Bronkar Lee, who plays 42 different instruments. 

The show is rhythm-centered, but also full of melodic movement and dynamic depth, and has been described as “Stomp meets Blue Man Group meets Cirque du Soleil.” It’s going to be a great family show. The show takes place at 2:00 p.m. You can get tickets for this show  athttps://www.harriscenter.net/collision-of-rhythm

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Key of G Live March 17

On March 17, the FCA brings Nashville’s AJ Bisto to the stage for the Key of G Live, a show that Garth Brooks fans will truly enjoy.

Bisto, has been performing on stage since he was 5. The inspiration for Key of G Live developed after Bisto was recruited by a cruise line to perform as Garth Brooks for one of their variety shows. In his show, Bisto dresses like Brooks, moves like him, and sounds so much like him you will think you are seeing Garth himself, according to the show billing. 

Like the others, Bisto’s performance takes to stage at 2:00 p.m. on March 17, giving you plenty of time to enjoy one of Folsom’s many great dining options after the show. You can get tickets for this show by at: https://www.harriscenter.net/key-of-g

Black Market Trust April  21

The FCA season wraps up on April 21 with Black Market Trust taking to the stage for an afternoon filled with energy and talent. 

Black Market Trust is an American Traditional Pop and Vocal Jazz group from Los Angeles who combine the sounds of the legendary American crooners and vocal groups with the fire and energy of Gypsy Jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt. 

Add some intricate vocal harmonies, a dash of Rat Pack-style comedy, and it’s clear to audiences why The Black Market Trust have quickly earned a reputation as one of the premier live acts performing in music today. Get your tickets to Black Market Trust here: https://www.harriscenter.net/black-market-trust

For information on any of the upcoming shows presented by the FCA, you can visit their website at: https://folsomconcertassociation.org or contact them at 530-305-4301 where you can learn more about the season or how to save with a subscription package. You can also contact the Harris Center box office directly to purchase your tickets or season subscription  at (916) 608-6888, or visit the Box Office at 10 College Parkway, Folsom, CA 95630 or by visiting www.harriscenter.net for more information. They are open Tuesday through Friday 12PM to 5PM.

What is the Folsom Concert Association?

The FCA began in 1994, a group of Folsom residents interested in the performing arts formed the first Board of Directors of a fledgling concert association. Out of their interest and willingness to serve their community, the Folsom Lake Community Concert Association (FLCCA) was born. In 2019, FLCCA was changed to the Folsom Concert Association or FCA.

Today, they continue our dedication to bringing concerts of the highest quality to Folsom and the surrounding communities. The Folsom Concert Association contracts with national and international talent to provide a diversified genre of music for their patrons and guests.

We also provide music to students and seniors who are unable to attend concerts at no cost to them. Learn more at www. folsomconcertassociation.org or simply click on one of their advertisements here on www.folsomtimes.com.

2023-24 Folsom Concert Association Show Schedule

October 15, 2023 – Face Vocal Band
November 19, 2023 – Ireland’s Greatest Showman
January 14, 2024 – Collision of Rhythm
March 17, 2024 – Key of G Live!
April 21, 2024 – Black Market Trust