Big Names Coming To The Stiefel This Summer, Fall, And Winter!

The Stiefel has put together another great line up yet again. Kick up your summer fun by watching Weird Al Yankovic perform at the Stiefel on Tuesday, July 23rd at 8p.m., Weird Al’s antics on stage are unrivaled, enjoy his offbeat parodies of current and classic artists. Al’s performances have earned him 3 Grammy Awards along with 11 Grammy nominations. Ditch the mid-summer slump and have some laughs doing it, Weird Al is sure to impress.
But the fun does not stop there, Melissa Etheridge will be performing on September 4th at 8 p.m., this is the perfect way to kick down your summer. Melissa’s unique sultry style has earned her 2 Grammy Awards along with a trip to Woodstock in 94’.
Here is something for you Classic Rocker’s, ZZ TOP will be at the Stiefel on October 20th at 8 p.m., ZZ TOP has won countless VMA’s and have also been included in Hollywood’s RockWalk in 1994. Their soulful rock style is profound and will surly immerse you. Stiefel’s acoustics are of the highest caliber and they will be needed for the show these artists put on.
Maybe standup comedy is more your style, don’t worry, the Stiefel has you covered. Gabriel ‘Fluffy’ Iglesias will be performing on Thursday, October 24th, 8p.m.! Gabriel’s stand up is anything but routine. Gabriel’s high energy style is sure to keep you rolling and he specializes in making it a personal experience for each audience member. This show is a must for your fall schedule!
Kick your Holiday Season up with the Stiefel and Michael W. Smith. This show will surly put you in the Christmas spirit. Michael is contemporary Christian musician who has also branched into mainstream music. Michael has won numerous awards including an American Music Award. Bring the family and start your Christmas season off right with Michael W. Smith. The show will be in December, date to be announced!
Also, make sure to get or renew your Friends Membership with the Stiefel Theater! It is the best way to keep in the loop of what is up and coming as well as being able to buy the best seats in advance!

Complete Stiefel Line UP

Tuesday, June 4, 8pm
From performing at Woodstock in 1969 to winning an International Bluegrass Award and the GRAMMY’s Lifetime Achievement Award, Joan Baez’s enduring musical journey has been a remarkable one driven by love of folk music and passion for human rights. $39, $49, $59

Friday, July 12, 8pm
Ian Anderson performs Thick As A Brick in its entirety for the first time since 1972, as part of his world tour. Ian Anderson, known throughout the world of rock music as the flute and voice behind the legendary Jethro Tull, celebrates his 45th year as an international recording and performing musician in 2013. $69, $79, $89

Tuesday, July 23, 8pm
Weird Al” Yankovic, the undisputed king of pop culture parody, has sold more comedy recordings than any other artist in history. In a career spanning nearly three decades, he has amassed 30 Gold and Platinum albums, 7 Gold and Platinum-certified home videos and 3 Grammy Awards (with 11 nominations). $35, $46, $58

Friday, July 26, 8pm
After first finding acclaim as a member of the Steve Miller Band, singer/songwriter Boz Scaggs went on to enjoy considerable solo success. He will be performing live in concert selections from his new record “Memphis” plus his hits including, “Slow Dancer, Lowdown, Lido Shuffle, and Look What You’ve Done to Me” $55, $65, $74

Sunday, July 28, 8pm
Rick Springfield has sold over 19 million records with a whopping 17 top-40 hits. He has performed for millions of devoted fans over the last three decades and continues to play over 100 shows a year. Attracting new fans wherever he goes with his unique brand of audience interaction, unstoppable energy, and unforgettable songs that have become part of the soundtrack to people’s lives. $49, $59, $69

Friday, August 2, 8pm
It’s hard to imagine a happier or more successful musical couple than the husband-wife team of Mark Selby and Tia Sillers. As songwriters they’ve penned over twenty hit singles, including the Dixie Chicks’ Grammy-winning #1 “There’s Your Trouble” and Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s “Blue on Black,” which spent 17 weeks at number one and was named Billboard Magazine’s Rock Track of the Year. $25

Wednesday, September 4, 8pm
Since the bluesy anthem “Bring Me Some Water” brought her to the national consciousness 25 years ago, Melissa Etheridge has been delighting and challenging fans with songs that are both beautiful and activist-driven. Etheridge’s song “I Need to Wake Up,” which was written for the documentary An Inconvenient Truth, won the 2007 Academy Award for Best Original Song. She is also 2-time Grammy Award winner for her hits “Ain’t It Heavy” and “Come to My Window.” $59, $69, $85

Thursday, September 12, 8pm
Named one of Comedy Central’s 100 Greatest Stand-Ups of All Time, Jim Breuer is one of the most recognizable comedians in the business, known for his charismatic stage antics, dead-on impressions, and family-friendly stand-up. In addition to keeping busy on his current comedy tour, Breuer can be heard on his weekly Sirius/XM Radio show “Fridays with Breuer.” $25, $32

Thursday, September 26, 8pm
“One of the greatest players on the planet” … Chet Atkin “Tommy Emmanuel’s recordings and his songs are imbued with a vitality and beauty rarely heard in instrumental music today” … Acoustic Guitar Magazine. $30

Saturday, September 28, 8pm
Chris Botti has become the largest selling American jazz instrumental artist. His success has crossed over to audiences usually reserved for pop music and his ongoing association with PBS has led to four #1 Jazz Albums, as well as multiple Gold, Platinum & Grammy Awards. Chris’ special connection to the area is his legendary performance at Symphony Hall in 2008 which has since become a PBS special, DVD and CD. $51, $67, $77

Thursday, October 3, 8pm
Alabama native Jamey Johnson grew up in a poor but highly musical family. Like many country artists, Jamey first performed gospel music in churches. Unlike most, he is a formally trained musician who understood music theory as early as his junior-high years. During 2009 and 2010, Jamey collected five Grammy Award nominations. He toured with country titan Hank Williams Jr. and was one of the few country acts asked to play the massive Bonnaroo festival in June 2010. Johnson followed it in the fall of 2012 with Livin’ for a Song: A Tribute to Hank Cochran, which featured a slew of guests including Willie Nelson, Vince Gill, Merle Haggard, Leon Russell, and Kris Kristofferson. $49

Friday, October 4, 8pm
The Fab Four is elevated far above every other Beatles tribute due to their precise attention to detail. With uncanny, note-for-note live renditions of Beatles’ songs, the Fab Four will make you think you are watching the real thing. Hosted by “Ed Sullivan” this incredible concert represents every era of the Beatles’ ever-changing career. $39, $49

Sunday, October 20, 8pm
The American blues-rock trio from Texas consists of Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard. They formed in 1970. The original members are still aboard after three decades. They play music that is always instantly recognizable, eminently powerful, profoundly soulful and 100-percent American in derivation. $89.50, $99.50

Thursday, October 24, 8pm
Gabriel Iglesias has been described as a witty, electrifying and talented performer, who has the ability to consistently deliver a uniquely hilarious comedy experience. His high-octane show is a sure-fire hit: a mixture of storytelling, parodies, characters and sound effects that bring all his personal experiences to life. Gabriel’s unique and animated comedy style has made him popular among fans of all ages. $65, $55

Saturday, October 26, 8pm
Bruce Hornsby has maintained the integrity, virtuosity and artistic curiosity that have been hallmarks of his work from the start. The 13-time Grammy nominee’s commercial stock soared early on when “The Way It Is” – the title track of Bruce Hornsby and the Range’s 1986 debut album – became the most-played song on American radio in 1987 and won ASCAP’s Song of the Year award.
The year 2012 marks the 53rd year since Ricky Skaggs struck his first chords on a mandolin, and this 14-time Grammy Award winner continues to do his part to lead the recent roots revival in music. With 12 consecutive Grammy-nominated classics behind himthe diverse and masterful tones made by the gifted Skaggs come from a life dedicated to playing music that is both fed by the soul and felt by the heart. $45, $55, $65

Saturday, November 9, 8pm
From the moment she first appeared in front of us on Saturday Night Live in 1979, Rickie Lee Jones has challenged her listeners and the establishment with an absorbing musical vision that defies border and classification. She rocked the culture of singer-song writerdom with her refusal to conform to the stayed and careful eloquence of the folk rock generation that came before her. Neither punk nor pop, she tottered on a thread of her own devise, jazz – the old musical kind, and R&B – the Motown thread that permeates her work. Her sense of humor, musical dexterity and song craft is all evident on her exquisite new album Balm in Gilead. $38

Monday, November 18, 8pm

December (date to be announced!)
Michael Whitaker Smith is an American contemporary Christian musician, who has charted primarily in the contemporary Christian and occasionally in the mainstream charts. His biggest success in mainstream music was in 1991 when “Place in this World” hit No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100. Smith is a three-time Grammy Award winner, and has earned 40 Dove Awards. Over the course of his career, he has sold more than 13 million albums and recorded 29 No. 1 Hit songs, fourteen gold albums, and five platinum albums. Smith is an American Music Award recipient; he was also named one of People magazine’s “Most Beautiful People” $45, $55, $62

Jane Gates
Executive Director
Stiefel Theatre
Salina, Kansas
Live Music You’ll Never Forget

  • KSAP

    “Weird Al Yankovic perform at the Stiefel on Tuesday, July 12th at 8p.m.”
    His show is on the 23rd…

  • Magnum

    Something for everyone on that list. Well done Stiefel

  • Libby

    Who are these “big names” that you speak of? I didn’t see a single one. Does Salina ever get any performers that have actually been popular in the last 20 years? The answer is no.

    • Trash!

      I am only 25 and I know quite a few of these. Maybe its the lazy stay home people who never do anything but get online and whine who don’t know any of the above? Just saying.

    • Skip

      None of these people listed have been popular in the last 20 years? Oh, that’s right, they’re not rappers.

    • NI4NI

      I’m sorry that Tupac is dead Libby.

    • Hunter

      You sound like a good volunteer for the program commitee. Call Jane and volunteer – let’s see what acts you can round up.

  • yay!

    so excited for Fluffy!!!!!!! :)