Dakota Concert Series Annual Membership Drive

The Dakota Concert Series Association announces the artists selected for the 2016-2017 season:

The Dakota Concert Series Association announces the artists selected for the 2016-2017 season:

Wylie and The Wild West

 Sept. 13, 2016

New Odyssey Christmas

Dec. 5, 2016

Acoustic Eidolon

March 17, 2017

Frank and Vinny

May 2, 2017

These concerts are all in Hettinger, but becoming  a member of the Dakota Concert Series also includes being able to attend the Dickinson Area Concert Association concerts.  They have six concerts that will be listed on your membership ticket.

This coming season marks over 35 years that the Dakota Concert Association has been offering world class entertainment to our community.  Membership to the concert association is open to the public for the following prices:  $10/Student, $35/Adult, and $75/Family.  Other levels of membership included are: Sustaining Members, Patrons, Benefactors, Co-Sponsors, and Special Gifts.  The price for the concerts is your membership in the Dakota Concert Association.  Season tickets can be purchased through board members, KB Jewelers, or at the concerts themselves.   Board members to contact for membership sales are:  Kathleen Brackel, Kathy Donner, Peggy Gunther, Pam Harper, Avis Howe, Gary Jahner, Gina Joyce, Dwight Knutson, Jill Sailer and Allen Wickstrom.

The season kicks off on Tuesday, September 13th with Wylie and the Wild West:  Wylie and The Wild West have played thousands of gigs, delighting audiences around the world with their unique brand of good-time cowboy music.  They have performed at the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering, the National Folk Festival, Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, on A Prairie Home Companion and have appeared more than 50 times at the Grand Ole Opry.  Wylie is a real life cowboy born into a 4th generation ranching family in northern Montana. If you were one of the millions of viewers watching the 2013 Super Bowl commercial “God made a Farmer”, you saw Wylie and his hard working family.  Wylie’s goal is always the same: “To win a crowd with good music and make them feel like they got their money’s worth.”







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