Fogerty, Young added to Freeman Arts Pavilion lineup

Delaware State News
Posted 5/24/22

SELBYVILLE — Freeman Arts Pavilion recently added two more shows to its 2022 season lineup.

The fundraising arts nonprofit announced this week that Brett Young and John Fogerty will perform …

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Fogerty, Young added to Freeman Arts Pavilion lineup

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SELBYVILLE — Freeman Arts Pavilion recently added two more shows to its 2022 season lineup.

The fundraising arts nonprofit announced this week that Brett Young and John Fogerty will perform Sept. 9 and 10, respectively and are the final performances to be a part of the 15th season. Tickets will go on sale 10 a.m. Thursday for both shows at freemanarts.org.

Other recently added performances include the annual Arts & Jazz Festival, which will be held from 4-8 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 26, and the Young Audience Series, which includes free children and family programming held every Saturday morning from June through Labor Day.

Kicking off the 15th season of Freeman Arts Pavilion will be The Great DuBois: Masters of Variety — a free, family-friendly circus performances on Thursday, June 2.

The fast-paced, high-energy circus show will be fun for all ages and showcases incredible feats of juggling, hula hoops, unicycle, aerial, circus stunts, contortion, magic and audience interaction all wrapped up in a blanket of comedy.

The night will also feature carnival games, activities for the kids, a street performer and more ahead of the show beginning at 5:45 p.m., with the performance starting at 7 p.m. 

Opening weekend also features performances by KC and the Sunshine Band on Friday, June 3, and the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra on Saturday, June 4.

“As we celebrate our 15th season, we look forward to another year of presenting unique and diverse performances for the whole community to enjoy,” said Patti Grimes, executive director of Joshua M. Freeman Foundation. “It’s quite fitting that this year’s opening weekend, features a family program, music legends and the MSO, which has helped us launch our summer schedule each year.”

In 14 seasons of presenting the arts, more than 683,000 people have enjoyed our programming, which has included a wide variety of performances such as national recording artists, tribute acts, dance, theatre and classical music.

As an arts nonprofit, Freeman Arts Pavilion offers performances for all ages to enjoy with the support of local organizations, such as its Season Sponsors, who include Preston Automotive Group, Schell Brothers and Sara Chase Carlson of Sodoka, Inc.