Bang! Time to blow the lid off some local chitchat. According to rumor and the tour dates listed on his Myspace page, it seems that Lyle Lovett and His Large Band will indeed be the musical guest at the grand opening of its Acadiana Center for the Arts’ new theater and performance space.
According to the AcA, the show, scheduled for Nov. 6, will be a “Grand Opening extravaganza.” Although The Independent Weekly could not get the public relations folks at AcA to confirm or deny the booking, you can plainly see the date, location and details of the show listed on both Lovett’s website and his myspace page. If Lyle Lovett is your cup of tea, you might want to pencil this date into your
Ticket prices are not confirmed at this time, but further details of the grand opening show are said to be released on Sept. 29 when
There will be a Q&A with Wayne P. Domingue and Steven J. Oubre of Architects Southwest, the executive architects of the project, along with Benton Delinger of Theatre Projects Consultants and Sam Brandt & Russ Todd of Akustiks, which consulted on the acoustics and design of the theater. This event pops off from 10:15 a.m.-noon at
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