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Music, Mayhem & Magic coming Summer 2022

by Aja Martin From May to August, Lincoln offers a summer full of the Performing Arts.  Seamlessly move from outdoor to indoor venues and watch musicals to dramas. TADA Theatre is located in the Creamery Building at Seventh and P...

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Music & Diversions

[Re]Discovering evenings out in Lincoln by Cynthia S. Peterson For many, nightlife means live music or other entertainment, and good company. Lincoln has an abundance of nightlife destinations for those who enjoy a good night out. ‘Early-nighters’ have options, too....

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Lincoln Has Festivals!

by Julie Nichols, photography by Tom Tidball As the performing and visual arts crept back last year, audiences and artists returned to the rich array of Lincoln’s street festivals, cultural events, and neighborhood celebrations. Music fans, art aficionados, families and...

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The Crossroads Music Festival

by Erik Brodin Higgins Founded in 2019, the Lincoln Crossroads Music Festival brings together international touring artists and local musicians and storytellers in a week-long celebration of Nebraska’s rich cultural heritage. Over the Festival’s nine days, you can expect to...

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The Rococo Theatre

The Rococo Theatre, restored to its 1929 beauty, is Lincoln’s high-end concert venue that provides the intimate setting for a wide variety of entertainment, including critically acclaimed comedians, internationally renowned musicians, New York Times best-selling authors, and everything in between....

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More Performing Arts in Lincoln

Chamber music, jazz, ballet, comedy—the performing arts continue to grow in Lincoln. by Rayna Collins Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra Founded in 1927, Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra presents inspiring programs that encourage the Lincoln community to discover and cultivate a deep personal connection...

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Pinnacle Bank Arena

It looks out of place, a round, green-tinted glass and silver structure next to a substantial, linear United States Postal Service main branch directly to its east. But the Pinnacle Bank Arena, a relative newcomer to the area, is the...

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The Lied Center for Performing Arts

by Lauren Durban and Matthew Boring The Lied Center for Performing Arts has been a national leader in arts presenting and community involvement since it opened in 1990 in Lincoln. Known as “Nebraska’s performing arts center,” the Lied brings the...

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Music and Diversions

Discovering evenings out in Lincoln by Cynthia Peterson For many, nightlife means the sounds of music and good company.  “Lincoln is now fortunate to have multiple spaces for small acts, to big names who attract thousands to the Pinnacle Bank...