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Events & Tickets

Make the Weill Center your destination for date night, get-togethers, and family time. We are excited to share the live event experience with you!

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Buckets N Boards

February 03 |Fri
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6:00PM

Buckets N Boards has crafted an original theatrical experience the entire family will enjoy!  

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Movie: Ghost (PG-13)

February 10 |Fri
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7:00PM

After a young man is murdered, his spirit stays behind to warn his lover of impending danger, with the help of a reluctant psychic.

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Boy Band Review

February 11 |Sat
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7:30PM

The greatest boy band tribute show in the country, performing all the hits from the 90’s and beyond; including NSYNC, Backstreet Boys, NKOTB, One Direction, Jonas Brothers, and more!

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SSO Presents Beethoven Lives Upstairs

February 18 |Sat
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3:00PM

Classical Kids “Beethoven Lives Upstairs”

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University of Wisconsin Varsity Band

February 26 |Sun
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2:00PM

Experience the spirit and spectacle of the University of Wisconsin Varsity Band!

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Finding Dory (PG)

March 03 |Fri
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7:00PM

This movie is in partnership with the Above and Beyond Children's Museum. 

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SSO Presents A Lyrical Evening

March 11 |Sat
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7:30PM

Walker’s Lyric for Strings was written as a lament for his grandmother born into slavery.

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Llama Llama Live

March 17 |Fri
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6:00PM

This hilarious new musical based on the bestselling books by Anna Dewdney will warm every Llama and Llama Mama’s heart.

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Killer Queen – A Tribute to Queen

March 18 |Sat
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7:30PM

KILLER QUEEN pays tribute to Queen like no other band. Frontman Patrick Myers bears an uncanny resemblance to Freddie Mercury, and he and the band replicate the music, look, and moves of Queen with startling accuracy. Band members have even played with some of the original members of Queen! KIL…

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The Beat Goes On – Featuring Lisa McClowry as Cher

March 31 |Fri
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7:30PM

The Beat Goes On” features American singer/actress Lisa McClowry's portrayal of the Goddess of Pop in her one-woman Broadway-style live stage show.

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