The Pampa Community Concert Association will be hosting Taylor Red on Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. at the M.K. Brown Auditorium.
Founded in 1944, the PCCA has brought the community a series of concerts annually. Treasurer Glennette Goode, who is also the Board President of the Pampa Economic Development Corporation, said the organization and the concerts it brings is a good draw for Pampa.
“From an EDC perspective, when you’re looking at bringing new people to Pampa, it shows there are things to do in Pampa that they would find in larger communities/cities,” Goode said. “The artists we bring in are truly world-renowned, world-traveled.”
The PCCA offers a wide-variety of shows from country, broadway and jazz.
“We try to have variety and the first show is country, Taylor Red,” Goode said. “We’re looking at bringing in Lonestar Ballet for a performance and we are also looking at one group from Amarillo.”
Season-ticket holders also get to go to shows in other communities at no extra charge.
“You also get to go to shows in Borger and Plainview for no extra charge,” Goode said.
Couples tickets are $50, adult $35, student $5 and single-show tickets are $10. Any student that attends with an adult gets in free.
“We’ve got four shows we are having in this season,” Goode said. “You can buy single-show tickets if you don’t want to attend every show. We have to book them 18 months ahead of time.”
PCCA is a non-profit organization and receives grants and donations.
For more information visit their Facebook page at Pampa Community Concert, their website at www.liveinPampa.com or call 806-665-9432.
Tickets are available in-person at Pack-n-Mail in Pampa, 808 W. Francis.
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