Bluegrass sensation Seldom Scene breathes new life into Highlands Performing Arts Center with a kick-your-heels-up concert Friday, June 18. For tickets, visit highlandsperformingarts.com.
Article Author: Mary Adair Trumbly - Highlands PAC
The Highlands Performing Arts Center springs to life with a calendar crammed with events and performances. Highlands PAC is located at 507 Chestnut Street.
The Performing Arts are once more thriving on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau. Keep up with all the new developments at HighlandsPerformingArts.com.
The Highlands Performing Arts Center is shaking off the 2020 pandemic slumber with an optimistic performance calendar, laced with a few surprises. For more information, visit HighlandsPerformingArts.com.
A pair of bracing performances from the National Theatre of London and six groundshaking football championships are on the ticket at Highlands PAC. You can stage your own party as well – call (828) 526-9047 or visit HighlandsPerformingArts.com
Who doesn’t love a party? Highlands Performing Arts Center is setting a place for you and your closest (but safely-distanced) friends. For more information or to reserve a Party, please call PAC at (828) 526-9047.
Proving the wisdom of that old show biz adage, “The Show Must Go On!,” the Highlands Performing Arts Center keeps the plates spinning in this strange year. For announcements in titles, dates and scheduling, visit highlandsperformingarts.com.
Everything Old is New again, right? Well…as far as Drive-in Theaters are concerned, that is. The Highlands Performing Arts Center has opened a “temporary” drive-in theater in the Laurel Street […]
As a former Girl Scout I was taught to be prepared, always. So, not willing to give up I prepared to hold our concerts if we were allowed to gather […]
The Highlands Performing Arts Center, which has been shuttered this summer, is planning on reopening September 1, depending on Governor Cooper’s announcement this month. In response to the Covid-19 emergency, […]