Only $19 for adults and $17 for students & seniors
Purchase tickets online or charge by phone by
calling (248) 473-1848. Some tickets may be available at
the Players Barn Theatre the night of the performance,
but it is recommended that you purchase your tickets in
Along with a free summer concert series, the
Cultural Arts Division brings a variety of high-quality,
professional performances into our City during the fall, winter
and spring. By means of a special partnership, concerts are held
at the charming and acoustically perfect setting of the
Farmington Players Barn Theater, located at 32332 Twelve Mile
Road. Performances and events have included such groups as the
Michigan Opera Theatre, Three Men & a Tenor, Detroit Chamber
Winds & Strings, and many more talented performers. Tickets are
extremely affordable; the Barn Theatre is both comfortable and
handicapped-accessible. Don’t miss a single performance!
2014/15 CULTURAL CONCERT SERIES
Bringing High Quality Performances Right Here to Farmington
2014-15 Cultural Concert Series Flyer
A Night With Three Men and a Tenor
Saturday, October 25, 7:30 PM
“One of America’s finest and funniest acts”, the PBS-TV Emmy Award winning
vocalists! Three Men and a Tenor have performed over 2500 concerts around the
globe, including entertaining U.S. Troops and their families. Enjoy an evening
of fine voices and hilarity! Selections include RAT PACK favorites.
Terry Lee Goffee — Tribute to Johnny Cash
Known as the “Ultimate Johnny Cash Tribute Artist”
Saturday, January 10, 7:30 PM
Reviewers have said of this amazing performer that they are “hard pressed to
believe it’s not the REAL Johnny Cash on stage”. Come enjoy your Johnny Cash
favorites with historical insight of each piece.
Blackthorn in Concert
Two Nights of Great Irish Music and Fun!
Friday & Saturday, March 13 & 14, 7:30 PM
The beloved Blackthorn guys return for our annual celebration of fine music from
Ireland; from the traditional to pub favorites. Blackthorn concerts feature a
wide variety of instruments. A great entrée into St. Patrick’s Day.