The Zanesville Concert Association is announcing it's line-up for the 2010/2011 season.
A variety of performances will be making their way through the Y-city, including Polish musicians, South American dance moves, and Native American culture, but the big draw will open up in October with entertainer Tony Orlando.
"Our concert association is well-known among agencies in New York City because of the good work we do, the quality programs that we bring, and over location on I-70 is also very helpful for touring groups, " says Zanesville Concert Association President, Renee Show.
The Zanesville Concert Association has been around for 72 years, thanks to the community.
"We have always been able to sell enough memberships to pay the artists. It's a stable organization. People have supported this service for many, many years, and I think we will certainly have a large crowd as we've always had, " says Show.
All performances will be held at Secrest Auditorium. If you're interested in obtaining a membership or would like to check out the Zanesville Concert Association's schedule for this year, visit www.zanesvilleconcertassociation.com..