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March at the Stoughton Opera House

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

Stoughton Opera House  has a great lineup for March.  You can go to Stoughton Opera House to check out all the events and purchase tickets.  Don’t forget that your tickets get you a 10% discount on your stay at the Naeset Roe Inn on the night of the performance.  Enjoy a great show, a great nights rest in a Victorian home and a wonderful breakfast created by your  award winning innkeeper Carl Povlick.

Del McCoury Band
Fri. March 4, 2011 7:30pm
Tickets: $35
About Del McCoury Band
It’s hard to imagine that the Del McCoury Band can continue to get better and better. Could it be that Del’s 50+ years of experience make him one of the most skilled in the business? Could it be that his singing epitomizes the heart and soul of bluegrass music? Could it be that the band includes some of the best and engaging instrumentalists today? Could it be that the group navigated head-on into the new millennium with snappy material that is eclectic and tastefully rendered? The answers to all of the above are an undeniable “YES!” (more…)

Branson Comes to Stoughton

Monday, February 8th, 2010
Branson on the Road

Branson on the Road from Stoughton Opera House

Mark your calendar for this show, “…that most people thought was long gone in this day of overproduced music.”  Branson on the Road with Special Guest Maggie Mae is coming to the Stoughton Opera House, Thursday, April 15, 7:00 pm.  Make a night of it with this special package from Naeset Roe Inn.  Two first floor seats in the historic Stoughton Opera House, a $50 certificate for dinner at Laz Bistro this evening, and a room at the Inn, with a fabulous 4 course breakfast in the morning.   If you need to get to work the next day I’ll even have breakfast early, or you may want to sleep in, take Friday as a furlough day, and explore Historic Stoughton.  (more…)