Our 10th anniversary is here!

To celebrate we have selected exciting programs that will feature a great variety of both new and familiar music. Leading off our season are salutes to two of the most popular bands of all time: the Eagles and the Carpenters. Then it’s a trip down “memory lane“ with music of Lawrence Welk and The Roaring Twenties! Our grand finale will feature a night to remember: some of the greatest movie music ever written including the return of the ever popular James Bond Concerto along with a completely new movie concerto featuring one of our favorite performers Thomas Pandolfi. Take advantage of our low ticket prices and free parking when you become a subscriber. Our 10th anniversary season will be, truly, a season to remember!

Nick Palmer, Music Director & Conductor

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2021-2022 Season

Join us for our 10th Anniversary Season!

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September 25, 2021
Hotel California:  Salute to the Eagles

Enjoy reliving the exciting music of the Grammy award winning sounds of this legendary Southern California group,  including “Life in the Fast Lane,” “Desperado,” “Take It Easy,” “Best of my Love,” “Heartache Tonight” and so, so many more favorites!  The most successful and longest running show of its kind, Hotel California “A Salute to the Eagles” is the ONLY show to have received “Official Authorization” to perform the Eagles catalog of music. Join us on a trip down a dark desert highway, feeling the wind in your hair as Hotel California, who have touched the hearts of Eagles fans all over the world, performs the symphonic  “A Salute to the Eagles” concert right here on our stage in North Charleston! Be a part of this memorable musical journey!

Co-sponsored by The Bootjack, and Synovus Bank.

January 22, 2022
We’ve Only Just Begun: Carpenters Remembered
with Michelle Berting Brett

Celebrating the timeless music of Karen & Richard Carpenter, this intimate, behind-the-scenes concert portrait of the pop music phenomenon includes hits “Close to You,” “Yesterday Once More,” “Rainy Days and Mondays” and many more! 

 Co-Sponsored by East Cooper Residential Repair
and Viking Mergers & Acquisitions

March 19, 2022
Lawrence Welk Memory Lane

Join us for a bubbly good time as we present a variety of Lawrence Welk’s signature acts. Our variety of music and artists promises to tickle your memory banks and take you back to old time (Sunday night) TV entertainment of this era.  Experience a huge variety of soloists, dancing, music from his actual library and unusual gems in this fun-filled night of memorable times from the past, hosted by Maestro Nick Palmer. You will love this show!

Co-Sponsored by Stokes Volkswagen

April 30, 2022:
The Roaring 20’s!

Put on your dancing shoes and flapper dresses for this high-energy show! Great music from this unique era of jazz and nightclubs abounds! The POPS! will feature the duo of Gracie and Lacy, jazz singer Zandrina Dunning, a special favorite guest dancer, an awesome marimba ensemble and so much more! You are in for a toe-tapping, Roaring Twenties good time!

Co-Sponsored by Acuity Dental & Orthodontics.

May 28, 2022
Movie Night with Thomas Pandolfi

The spell-binding pianist Thomas Pandolfi returns to the POPS! stage to perform a newly written movie concerto which includes themes from Titanic, Mission Impossible, Gone With the Wind, Bodyguard, Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid and several more, as well as the popular James Bond Concerto. Grab some popcorn and join us for an unforgettable season ender of music that will touch your emotions to the core!

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The North Charleston POPS! appreciates the support of the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation.

The Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation supports land conservation, artistic vitality, and regional collections for the people of the Chicago region and the Lowcountry of South Carolina.