Whitewater Valley Elementary School News

"The Belairs" Return to the Martin Marietta Theater

Posted on: January 5, 2019
The Belairs

The Harrison High School Creative Arts Theatre is proud to present the 50's and 60's rock and roll band, "The Belairs" in concert on Saturday, January 26.

Formerly known as "Hot Wax", The Belairs Show is dedicated to those who can appreciate the memorable tunes that moved your feet and harmonies that lifted your spirits. Bring back the dreams of a more simple time, memories and loves of the past and romantic moonlit evenings. Rock 'n Roll down memory lane with The Belairs.

Every once in a while a group of guys and gals comes along that brings a certain magic to the stage and leaves audiences asking for more. The Belairs Show is "that magic." Attend the concert and experience the hottest show band of today playing all the great oldies and songs from yesterday. See their high-energy performance live on stage and enjoy all the glitz, all the comedy, and all the enjoyment that is The Belairs Show.

The Belairs are a Las Vegas style show group playing 1950s and 1960s music, complete with costumes and choreography. The Belairs feature four-part "street corner" harmony, humorous entertainment with audience participation, and dynamic impersonations of the great oldies stars of the past. The Show includes tributes to Roy Orbison, Dion, Dusty Springfield, Billy Joe Royal, Jackie Wilson, Tom Jones and many more favorites from the past.

The concert will begin at 8:00 PM on Saturday, January 26 in the Martin Marietta Performing Arts Theater at the Harrison High School Activity Center, located at 9860 West Road in Harrison, Ohio. 

All tickets are $10 and can be purchased at Village Pharmacy (114 Harrison Avenue in downtown Harrison), and at the door beginning at 6:00 PM on show night.  You can also purchase and reserve tickets online at southwestschools.org/tickets.  Tickets reserved online are subject to a service fee and you will be required to bring your receipt to the will call table to exchange them for your physical tickets which will be valid for admission.  

Proceeds from this concert will benefit the Harrison High School Creative Arts Theatre's spring musical production.