Live Theater - Salute to the Songs of the Statler Brothers

Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021 11:30 am until Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021 3:30 pm
815-655-2400 ext 3
Live Theater - Salute to the Songs of the Statler Brothers

Salute to the Songs of the Statler Brothers
11:30 am Dinner Matinee Oct 13 & 14

The River City Boys, an Americana/Country vocal group out of Nashville, feature the songs of the Statler Brothers 2002 “Farewell Concert” including  “Flowers on the Wall”, “Do You Remember These”, “Do You Know You are My Sunshine” and more…The Statler Brothers, during their 47 year career amassed five Grammys, two Academy of Country Music awards, and three Country Music Association awards!  Since 1955 they have released 38 albums and 69 singles and when they retired in 2002 they left millions of fans wanting more.
*There is a $5 per ticket upcharge for this show included below

$44.00 – Silver Section (52 seats in the rear of the theatre)
$47.00 – Gold Section (60 seats in the center of the theatre)
$53.00 – Platinum Section (36 seats in the front of the theatre plus a free cocktail)
Senior & Group discounts available.

Since 1989, the Pines Dinner Theatre has entertained audiences with delightful singers, actors and comedians performing plays & tribute shows. These mid-week matinee performances feature talent that tours Branson and Las Vegas as well as right here at the intimate 144-seat playhouse, nestled in White Pines Forest State Park. The open-beamed historic lodge theatre offers a selection of Silver, Gold or Platinum seating as you enjoy a delicious home cooked meal followed by highly entertaining and professional shows. Cabin accommodations along with a hearty breakfast and dinner are included in the Mid-week VIP Overnight Theatre & Cabin Combo Package. 

Theatre performances must be booked by phone so call for your reservations & Group Rates
815 655-2400 ext 3  


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