LANCASTER, Ohio (May 10, 2021) – Today the Lancaster Festival Board of Directors announced that tickets for the Lancaster Festival are now on sale! The Board anticipates that tickets will sell quickly and may sell out due to COVID-19 space limitations as mandated by the state of Ohio. This year’s highlighted performers include:
July 24: Opening Night with The Band Perry and the Lancaster Festival Orchestra.
July 26: Monday Night Jazz with the incomparable Byron Stripling Band and special guest Bobby Floyd on piano.
July 27: Lancaster Festival Orchestra “Soloists Spotlight.”
July 28: Dancing Dream an ABBA Tribute Band.
July 29: Family concert, “A Musical Zoo” with the Lancaster Festival Orchestra.
July 31: Grand Finale Don Felder, formerly of the Eagles, in collaboration with the Lancaster Festival Orchestra.
For a full list of ticketed and free events, visit lancasterfestival.org. Tickets are on sale now on the website, by calling the Festival office at 740-687-4808 or by visiting the Festival office at 117 W. Wheeling Street. Tickets are also on sale at both Lancaster Kroger locations.
The 2021 Lancaster Festival will be held with adjustments being made to accommodate COVID-19 safety protocols and processes. The Festival dates will be shortened to nine days and will include the Festival’s signature events held at the Wendel Concert Stage in the outdoor amphitheater at Ohio University Lancaster and a series of live events downtown. The Lancaster Festival Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Gary Sheldon will return, although it will be smaller to accommodate safety guidelines. Due to COVID-19 safety guidelines and protocols all tables must be purchased as full tables of 10.