Both the Sioux City Symphony and the Cherokee Symphony are performing this weekend. Plus Sioux City Community Theatre hosts a variety show in honor of Black History Month and LAMB Arts Regional Theater performs off-site and backwards.
Broomball, fireworks, chili, something called mega snow pong and big ol' kites just a few of the many activities going on at the Lakes this weekend. Last chance to see Aladdin Jr. at LAMB and Rumors at Sioux City Community Theatre plus Lil' Red and the Medicated Moose drop a CD.
The South Dakota Chorale, fresh off a several Grammy nominations for thier recent Tyberg album, perform the Rachmaninoff Vespers at the Cathedral. Vangarde Arts has several shows, Sioux City Community Theatre opens the new year with a farce and The Sioux County Oratorio Chorus is looking for singers for The Messiah.
A big Pride event in Orange City this weekend, WITCC hosts a Zombie Walk followed by a blood crawl, which is kind of like a pub crawl, except Halloweenier. There's a CROP Walk too and where in the heck is Sixto Rodriguez? The NMM goes Searching for Sugarman in Vermillion.
The Sioux City International Film Festival gets underway Wednesday, but there are loads of things to do leading up to that. Live music, BBQ, hot rods, a planetarium show in Wayne and a chance to audition for the Northwest Iowa Symphony Orchestra.
Dwayne Dopsie and the Zydeco Hellraisers wrap up this summer's Downtown Live Concert Series. Singer Songwriter Paul Sprawl performs at the South Sioux City Library and you can ID bugs like a boss after taking a class at the Dickenson County Nature Center.
Sioux City Symphony Orchestra CEO Travis Morgan is the guest host. The SCSO will be performing Disney Fantasia, plus Shot and the Dark does a world premiere, Lamb Theatre takes flight (courtesy of a big ol' peach and some gigantic bugs) and an opening reception at the Sioux City Art Center.