We are thrilled to offer a new music series on Thursday nights in September! Join us for great food, great music and great fun, featuring local and national artists! All proceeds will go to local non-profits (with the exception of Barry Ward).
For all events, doors and buffet open at 6:00pm, performance begins at 7:30pm and ends around 9:00pm. Ticket price includes meal entertainment and sales tax. Additional cash bar service available at each performance. We will observe open seating for all performances except Sara Groves, where you will have the chance to choose seating based on our regular dinner theatre tables. If you require wheelchair accessible seating, please arrive early or let The Barn staff know ahead of time. No physical tickets will be issued. Guests will check-in at the box office upon arrival.
Due to COVID-19, the September music series is now on hold. All ticket sales have been paused. Check back for updates later this summer!
An Evening with Barry Manilow, featuring Dave Windsor
Thursday, September 3rd
$40 - Proceeds benefit The Penquin Project
Come out for an evening of hit songs from the catalog of Barry Manilow, performed by The Barn III's own Dave Windsor, who has been a company member for over 20 years. Some of his most notable performances include FOREVER PLAID and NUNSENSE. Opening for "Barry Manilow" will be Tamra Challacombe and Jimmy LaHood as The Carpenters.
Deer Fry International
Thursday, September 10th
$40 - Proceeds benefit Alzheimer's Association
Deer Fry International (DFI) is a local bluegrass group that has enjoyed playing music together for about thirty years. The current line up is Roy Wiegand (guitar), Wes Hohulin (guitar), Daryl Blunier (mandolin), Merle Lawson (banjo) and Scott Leman (bass). Their most recent recording project is titled "I Believe" and it is their desire to share the gospel of Jesus Christ through song and the testimony of their lives.
Thursday, September 17th
We are thrilled to welcome Barry Ward for his second appearance at the new Barn. He is an accomplished and award-winning singer and songwriter. His music is a tribute to Western traditions and lifestyles. The inspirations for Barry's songs come from his experience growing up in the heart of rural America
Thursday, September 24th
$48 - Proceeds benefit The Heart House in Eureka & Open Arms Food Pantry in Metamora
Sara Groves is a singer/songwriter and recording artist with a passion for justice and a heart of mercy. She has joined forces with International Justice Mission to advocate for victims of human trafficking for the past 12 years. Sara has been nominated for 7 Dove Awards and has produced a string of successful albums including her latest, ABIDE WITH ME, a collection of hymns recorded in a 110-year-old church.
This is event is co-sponsored by The Barn III, Roanoke Mennonite Church and Metamora Mennonite Church