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Tickets On Sale Soon!

Tickets for the upcoming 2019-2020 season on sale to Members at 9 a.m. on August 5! On sale to General Public at 9 a.m. on August 19! 

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  

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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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Cancelled: Terry Reid & Railheart

Cancelled: Terry Reid & Railheart
Regretfully, the Terry Reid & Railheart concert has been cancelled at this time.
All tickets and fees will be refunded within 2-6 weeks depending on original method of payment.
Please email with questions.
—The Opera House Staff

Terry Reid, “Superlungs” as he’s affectionately known, is without doubt one of the greatest rock/soul voices that Britain has ever produced. A Terry Reid concert should be a cherished memory for any fan of the greats of British music.

Terry turned down the front man’s job with Led Zeppelin, recommending his mate Robert Plant instead, and offered a similiar rebuff to Deep Purple. Aretha Franklin stated that The Beatles, Rolling Stones and Terry Reid were the best England had to offer in 1968. He underwent two World Tours with The Rolling Stones, U.S. tours with Cream, UK tours with Jethro Tull and Fleetwood Mac, The Isle of Wight Festival in 1969 and Glastonbury in 1970, played at Mick Jagger’s wedding, before soured record deals resulted in Terry leaving Britain for America nearly 50 years ago.

All true, but the full story includes numerous collaborations with Graham Nash, covers of Reid songs by Marianne Faithfull, The Hollies, The Raconteurs (the hugely popular “Rich Kid Blues”), film soundtracks, including a song in George Clooney’s film Up In The Air, and a catalog of six studio albums, including the seminal 1973 album River (rereleased to critical acclaim in 2002, with a Light in the Attic rarities collection, The Other Side of the River, issued in 2016); and his 1976 Nash-produced masterpiece, Seed of Memory. 

Reid continues to perform and tour in the U.S., Europe and beyond. On this special Midwest run, Reid will showcase his Chicago-based backing band, Railheart, featuring drummer Noah Plotkin, bassist Jeremy Kay (Lee Fields, Nicole Atkins) and pedal steel guitarist/keyboardist Packy Lundholm (I Fight Dragons).
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