Friday, May 19 – “Daniel O’Donnell: Back Home Again Tour” – Benedum
$165 per person
One of Ireland’s most-loved artists, Daniel O’Donnell, will be at the Benedum for one performance only! The Irish Singer made record-breaking chart history earlier this year by becoming the first recording artist in the history of the UK Artist Album Chart to have charted at least one new album every year since 1988, an unprecedented and unbroken 29 year span, surpassing everyone from Michael Jackson, the Rolling Stones, Madonna and Irish strongholds U2. Along with this, Daniel makes regular appearances in the Billboard World Music Chart. Sign up quickly to be included in this visit. Dinner before the show at Houlihan’s is included.
Wednesday, June 7 – “Jonah” – Lancaster
$159-Adult and $129 for 4-12
A faithful, righteous prophet of God … suddenly disobeys and runs away! As a result, he encounters a TERRIBLE storm, an ENORMOUS fish, a TINY worm, a MIGHTY wind, a BLAZING sun, a WICKED empire, and the GREATEST revival in history. “Jonah” is a story of extremes! And through it all, God reveals His extreme mercy and love - for all. Get ready for Sight and Sound’s most extreme fun filled adventure. From the moment you walk into the theatre and experience the incredible sets, costumes, lighting, seamless transitions, immersive scenes, and special effects, you’ll be on the edge of your seat, and in the heart of the action. Jonah is truly a show for the whole family - uplifting, entertaining - yet with a powerful and timely message for today! A farmlands tour and a little shopping will begin your day with lunch at Plain and Fancy restaurant before the show.
Thursday, June 15 – “The Home Game” – A new Amish Musical
$120 per person
From the author of “Josiah for President”, comes the heartwarming tale of Levi Troyer who dreams of playing in the big leagues! Discovered by a major league scout, Levi must face his heart's desire to play or live up to his father's expectations of an Amish life on the farm. Levi's Journey is one you won't forget. Filled with laughter and drama, this NEW production is sure to hit it out of the park! You will start your day with some shopping time at the Dutch Valley Market where you’ll enjoy lunch at the Dutch Valley Restaurant. After lunch enjoy “The Home Game”. We will stop at Breitenbach Winery after the show before we head home.
Sunday, June 25 –Church Basement Ladies – The Last Potluck Supper
$90 per person
Join us for a summer day at the Mountain Playhouse in Jennerstown. The Church Basement Ladies are back in the final installment of the series! It's 1979 and the day of the church's Centennial Celebration. Share in the hilarity as the church basement ladies sing and dance their way through the ages! Lunch is included at the Coal Miners Café before the show. A stop at the Flight 93 Memorial will begin our day.
Sunday, July 16 – “IN THE HEIGHTS”
$145 per person
TONY AWARD®-WINNER FOR BEST MUSICAL!
From the writer of HAMILTON, Lin-Manuel Miranda's IN THE HEIGHTS introduces audiences to a vibrant neighborhood on the brink of change, where the prospect of a winning lottery ticket hangs in the air…potentially transforming the lives of the people and community forever. This revolutionary musical weaves Latin rhythms, hip-hop and pop to tell a captivating story about chasing the American dream as you cling to your roots and those you love. IN THE HEIGHTS is brimming with unforgettable songs and passionate choreography infused with the scorching rhythms and vibrant energy of a Manhattan heatwave! If there’s one show you have to see, it’s IN THE HEIGHTS! The show starts at 2 p.m. at the Benedum Center with seating in Directors Circle. Dinner is included at Hofbrauhaus with a choice of entrée.
Sunday, July 23 – Disney’s “NEWSIES”
$145 per person
EXTRA, EXTRA – IT’S A PITTSBURGH CLO PREMIERE HOT OFF THE PRESS! They delivered the papers, until they made the headlines! Based on the real-life Newsboy Strike of 1899, NEWSIES is the story of Jack Kelly, a rebellious newsboy who rallies “newsies” from across NYC to strike for what’s right after publishing giant Joseph Pulitzer threatens their livelihood. Winner of the Tony Awards® for Best Score and Best Choreography, audiences and critics alike call it “A MUSICAL WORTH SINGING ABOUT!” (The New York Times). Filled with one heart-pounding number after another, including the tap dance extravaganza “King of New York,” NEWSIES is a high-energy eruption of song and dance. The show starts at 2 p.m. at the Benedum Center with First Tier seating. Brunch before the show at the Grand Concourse is included.
Sunday, August 6 – “MAMMA MIA!”
$155 per person
“ABBA-SOLUTELY FABULOUS!” Over 54 million people all around the world have fallen in love with MAMMA MIA!, the ultimate feel-good show! On the eve of her wedding, a daughter's quest to discover the identity of her father brings three men back to the island they last visited 20 years ago. ABBA's timeless songs infuse this enchanting tale of family, friendship and love, with non-stop laughs and explosive dance numbers that make MAMMA MIA! a smash hit. “The Winner Takes It All,” “S.O.S.,” “Take a Chance on Me” and more will have you dancing in the aisles like a “Dancing Queen!" The show starts at 2 p.m. at the Benedum Center with seating in Directors Circle. Dinner after the show at the Hard Rock Café is included.
Saturday, August 12 – “MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET”
$140 per person
A TWIST OF FATE BROUGHT THE WORLD ONE OF THE GREATEST JAM SESSIONS EVER! MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET is the smash-hit, Tony Award-winning musical inspired by the unexpected recording session that brought together rock 'n' roll icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins. On December 4, 1956, this unlikely quartet converged on Sun Records in Memphis. They didn’t always get along, but when it came to the music, they created something special. Thankfully, Sun’s owner, Sam Phillips, flipped the recording switch and rock ‘n’ roll history was made. MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET takes you behind the music with a monumental night that explodes off the stage with 21 legendary hits that defined rock 'n' roll, including: “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Walk the Line,” “Great Balls of Fire,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On” and “Hound Dog.” The show starts at 2 p.m. at the Benedum Center with First Tier seating. Dinner is included at Hofbrauhaus with a choice of entrée.
Friday, September 15 – “Mennonite Girls Can Cook”
$117 per person
Watch the excitement, confusion, and just "plain" frantic fun when a small town cable cooking show hosted by two Mennonite women attracts the attention of a Hollywood producer! This ideal recipe for hilarity will make you laugh your spatulas off as the ladies gear up for the "Big Time" and do their best to deal with their star struck neighbors competing for their fifteen minutes of fame! This new one act play blends faith, food, and friendship into a comedy that really sizzles! Shopping time and lunch at Dutch Valley is included as well as stops at Coblentz Chocolates and Walnut Creek Cheese for some treats!
Wednesday, September 20 – “Jonah” – Lancaster
$150-Adult and $125 for 4-12
A faithful, righteous prophet of God … suddenly disobeys and runs away! As a result, he encounters a TERRIBLE storm, an ENORMOUS fish, a TINY worm, a MIGHTY wind, a BLAZING sun, a WICKED empire, and the GREATEST revival in history. “Jonah” is a story of extremes! And through it all, God reveals His extreme mercy and love - for all. Get ready for Sight and Sound’s most extreme fun filled adventure. From the moment you walk into the theatre and experience the incredible sets, costumes, lighting, seamless transitions, immersive scenes, and special effects, you’ll be on the edge of your seat, and in the heart of the action. Jonah is truly a show for the whole family - uplifting, entertaining - yet with a powerful and timely message for today! A little shopping at the Shady Maple Complex will begin your day with lunch at the Shady Maple restaurant before the afternoon show.
Friday, September 29- Altoona by Amtrak
$150 per person
Spend a wonderful day in the Alleghenies enjoying the lush forest in their fall colors. A ride on Amtrak will take you to Altoona where you will visit Boyer’s Candy and Benzel’s Pretzels before a ride to Raystown Lake for a luncheon cruise on the Princess. After docking, you’ll travel to the Swigart Auto Museum to make a trip down memory lane. Two authentic Tuckers are on display along with Herbie, the Love Bug, and a host of other rare antique autos and toys. Finally, en-route home, you will enjoy a delicious buffet dinner at Hoss’s Steakhouse in Ebensburg.
Saturday, October 14 – Erie Wine Tour
$119 per person
We will visit 4 Niagara Wineries today for tours and tastings. A boxed lunch and dinner at Tara is included as well. Price includes all tours, tastings, boxed lunch, dinner, meal gratuities, and taxes. Our wineries are not yet scheduled as most are either closed or making their ice wines at this time. Details available soon.
Saturday, November 18 – A Christmas Story!
$123 per person
Your first stop is a visit to the Christmas Story House in Cleveland. See where the famous movie was filmed, enjoy the museum filled with props and costumes from the movie, and stop in the gift shop where you can purchase the famous Leg Lamp (It’s a Major Award!). Lunch will be at Miss Molly’s Tea Room and Gift Shop. Then it’s on to Castle Noel Museum which features the largest collection of holiday movie props in the world! End the tour with a replica slide from the Christmas Story movie - Ho! Ho ! Ho! You will also have some free time to explore the shops on the Square in Historic Downtown Medina.
Saturday, December 2- NYC Spinner
$125 per person
Hop on the motorcoach on Friday night for the ride into beautiful New York City- all decorated for the holidays. You will arrive early in the morning for a day on your own to shop, tour, see the Rockettes or take in a Broadway show. Departure from NYC will be in the early evening. ***Walking required
Saturday, December 16- Pittsburgh Christmas
$115 per person
Join us for our annual trip to Pittsburgh. We will start our day with some last minute Christmas shopping in the Strip District then it’s on to a wonderful lunch at Lemont on Mt. Washington. After lunch, we will head over to the Frick Museum for a guided tour of the house and a self-guided tour of the Car and Carriage Museum. We will also visit the Art Museum on the grounds where the exhibition “Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear” is displayed. The Frick is the only museum to have this exhibition in the US. We will end our day at Phipps for a chance to see the beautiful Winter Flower Show in the evening. Join us to celebrate Christmas – Pittsburgh Style!