Weekend Entertainment | Shemekia Copeland and Blue Oyster Cult
You could do a lot worse than Warren, Ohio, on a Saturday night.
Especially this Saturday night, when a blues concert featuring Shemekia Copeland and Tommy Castro will take place at Packard Music Hall, while classic rock greats Blue Oyster Cult is on stage at the Robins Theatre.
It will be Copeland’s first time in the Mahoning Valley. The singer has an instantly recognizable and soulful voice, and she uses it to connect with audiences.
She is touring her new album, “Done Come Too Far.”
The concert will also include blues veteran Tommy Castro, who is no stranger to the Youngstown area and is always a welcome sight. Castro also has a new album, “A Bluesman Came to Town.”
As if Copeland and Castro aren’t enough, the lineup for concert also includes the sizzling Ana Popovic.
For tickets, click HERE.
Blue Oyster Cult will return to the Robins Theatre, less than three years after its first appearance there, and tickets are going fast.
Buck Dharma and BOC are classic rock legends, and their popularity remains strong in this area. Tickets are still available but don’t wait too long to buy them. Click HERE.
Boardman Rotary’s annual Oktoberfest will take place Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., in Boardman Park. The event, which draws more than 5,000 people each year, will feature more than 150 vendors offering arts and crafts, jewelry, baked goods, custom products and clothing. There will also be a food court, children’s activities and live music. Admission is $5 (free for children under 12).
At the Youngstown Playhouse, the season opening production of “Little Shop of Horrors” is entering its second and final weekend. Curtain times for the comic musical are 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 2:30 p.m. Sunday. For tickets, click HERE.
For a complete look at everything going on in the Mahoning Valley, check out The List.
Pictured at top: Shemekia Copeland.
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