The Orange City Arts Council has announced its schedule for shows in Orange CIty’s Windmill Park for the upcoming summer season.
The series will feature 13 Wednesday nights of entertainment, beginning with May 30 and the Lionel Young Band from Boulder, CO, a double-winner of the International Blues Challenge.
Other artists include the young a cappella group Six Appeal June 13, the comedian and magician Jerry Frasier July 18, Americana roots rock band Brother Trucker July 25, Kelley Hunt and her band singing blues, roots and gospel August 8 and countrified folk-rock band Blame Sally August 22.
Festival Latino is scheduled for June 6, and will feature Estrella de Jalisco and La Perla Tapatia from Sioux City. Local favorite Bella Ruse will perform July 4, following an old-fashioned Independence Day celebration.
The SchoolHouse Company returns again on August 15, bringing family-friendly theatre. On June 27, the second annual Orange City’s Got Talent! show will be featured, in conjunction with the open house of Prairie Winds Event Center. And the Orange City Area Community Band brings more local talent to the stage June 20, July 11 and August 1.
Contributions from local businesses and individuals, with help from the Orange City Arts Council and City of Orange City, fund Onstage Orange City.
Most shows begin at 7:00pm at Orange City’s Windmill Park.
For more information, contact the Orange City Arts Council at 712-707-6514 or ocArts@orangecityiowa.com. Onstage Orange City fliers are available at the city hall & Chamber office.