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Tickets On Sale Soon!

Tickets for the upcoming 2018-19 season on sale to Members at 9 a.m. on August 6! On sale to General Public at 9 a.m. on August 20! 

Group Discount NOT available when purchasing online

If you wish to receive group pricing ($2 off per ticket for groups of 8 or more to a show), you must order in person or over the phone. For large group arrangements, email boxoffice
@stoughtonoperahouse.com.  

Phone Hours:
Tues - Fri 9AM- 4:30PM
Also - 90 minutes prior to performances

381 E. Main St.
Stoughton, WI 53589
608 877-4400
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Mike Farris (Adam Wakefield supports)



Thur, Nov 29 @7:30pm

Tickets: $25
It’s in the quiet moments sprinkled deftly throughout his new album, Silver and Stone, that Mike Farris reveals a previously hidden side of his singular instrument. His voice, widely known for its power and range, becomes a vessel for something more subtle but infinitely more rare and challenging to capture—the pure, authentic nature of returning to your roots. Musically, the album delves deep into Farris' background with a wide range of influences, drawing as much from Stevie Wonder and Bill Withers as from Bon Scott and Steve Marriott. Farris’ larger-than-life vocals, straight out of the South, sharpened in the clubs of New York City, honed over a lifetime of collaboration and stage time with the likes of Patty Griffin, Patti Austin, Double Trouble, and his own Roseland Rhythm Revue, deliver not only the funky danceable blues-rock that draws audiences to his live shows but also a deeper insight into Farris’ hard-earned understanding of the complexities of the human condition.

What makes Adam Wakefield different? First, it’s his varied roots: Memphis soul, rock ’n’ roll, New Orleans funk, even jazz and classical, pre-bro country — pretty much all music that speaks from the heart. In terms of genre, he follows no rules, though one resolution does govern what Wakefield wants to achieve: If it doesn’t have a conscience, if it’s afraid of risk or candor, then he’s not interested. Wakefield’s music career took a wild turn when a scout for The Voice heard him play at Soulshine Pizza and invited him to audition. By the time he made it to the finals of Season 10, America had gotten the word about who Adam Wakefield is. 

www.mikefarrismusic.com

www.adamwakefieldmusic.com
 
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