Now that the Thanksgiving holiday has passed, this week the music world was given a big treat for the holidays as the dates and lineup for an outstanding new musical event were revealed this week. This event is known as SnowGlobe Festival 2012 and it will run from December 29-31 in South Lake Tahoe, California. The event will feature over 40 acts that will all be scheduled in between other events during the long weekend. The event will be headlined by Dadmau5 and Wiz Khalifa. Tickets are on sale now and expected to sell out quickly so those who want to see the event live will not want to wait.
Another big announcement came from an entertainer of a different breed this week, when the legendary master of horror, Stephen King, made an announcement to the public. Starting this week, on November 24th, the author will be entertaining audiences with a new medium when a new stage version of the Stephen King novel Misery hits the stage. The stage adaptation will feature the work of Academy Award winner William Goldman who will be taking the story from the 1990 film adaptation and transforming it for the stage. The new production is now playing live at Bucks County Playhouse and fans of the author and of the original film will not want to miss the opportunity to see this unique performance live on the stage. Tickets are now on sale and available to the public.
For those who are looking for a less-frightening live performance event to attend, there is the highly anticipated debut of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. The company behind the new Broadway play released a statement this week revealing that the casting for the play has been complete and that previews for the production would be beginning on January 24, 2013. The play will then officially open on February 24th, 2012. The production will feature a new twist as it will be Cinderella’s turn to rescue the prince in this live musical event that is designed to be fun for the whole family. Tickets to see the preview performances of Cinderella are not available to the public and tickets for the live shows, beginning in February of next year are slated to go on sale soon. This live Broadway play is one that the family will not want to miss; do you have your advanced tickets yet?