The Reminisants have been entertaining audiences of all ages throughout New England since 1973. The band specializes in music from the 1950’s through the 90’s, playing a collection of great music for all kinds of musical tastes and generations.
Along with the great oldies music, we plan to welcome some great cars! More details to come.Find out more »
A Journey show so good you WON’T STOP … BELIEVIN… Don’t Stop Believing, Open Arms, Faithfully, Any Way You Want It, Wheel in the Sky… With lead vocalist Gene Marchello (Son of Peppi Marchello of The Good Rats) and Joe Cumia on lead guitar (Brother of Anthony Cumia of the Opie and Anthony radio show!
Life is all about eternal connections… from the relationships we share every day to the love that transcends time through eternal memories that have the power to change lives. Each of us has the ability to tap into those heart-to-soul connections for messages of hope and love whenever we need them. You only need to look inside… and remember.
Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. are back in the spotlight — as crooning zombies — for the literally undead show that critics have raved blew them away and left them wanting more. Having come back from the dead, The Pack adds a spookish spin to their biggest hits, changing up their lyrics to honor their undead lifestyles. More comical than creepy, more entertaining than eerie, you’ll hear all of your favorite Rat Pack tunes with an “undead” twist, including “Come Die With Me,” “Ly Me in the Tomb”, “What Kind of Ghoul Am I?”, and many more! Purchase TicketsFind out more »
The Taunton District Center for the Arts presents a spectrum of musical acts from the 1930s to the present day. Come and enjoy great original acts like Jonathan Edwards, John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band, Cheryl Wheeler and Aztec Twostep along with great covers of traditional rock bands.
The District Center for the Arts is available for weddings, receptions and showers, educational seminars, art shows, and corporate and charitable events. Food and bar service is available for all events.
The District Center For The Arts
The former Taunton District Court building was originally built in 1826 and you can feel the history when you walk by. The many court cases over the years saw American culture evolve from post-revolutionary life to the way we do things today.
This project is super important for many reasons. It maintains one of the sweetest sections in the downtown of the city of Taunton. The project will create a new art center that will provide local artists and musicians a state of the art facility for Bristol County and beyond.
We look forward to the fun and excitement The District Center For The Arts will bring to the businesses and residents of the city of Taunton.