J. Scheidegger Center announces its 2021-22 season lineup


Photo by Jessica Spivey

An empty Lindenwood box office in J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts ahead of 2021-22 concert season.

Sofiya Melnychuk, Culture Editor

Lindenwood University’s J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts has announced its 2021-2022 touring series lineup.
Tickets can be purchased in-person at the Scheidegger Box Office, over the phone at 636-949-4433, or https://luboxoffice.universitytickets.com/
Masters of Illusion
The season opener will be on Sept. 18 with the largest touring magic show with some of the greatest magicians. These cutting-edge illusionists display skills that have taken a lifetime to perfect and include large-scale illusions, perplexing interactive mind magic, comedy, and dangerous escapes.
The Haggard Brothers with EmiSunshine
On Oct. 9, celebrate the life and music of Merle Haggard, joining with EmiSunshine. The Haggard Brothers Ben and Noel pay tribute to their father with country and western music.
Southern Fried Chicks: Cage-Free Comedy Tour
Enjoy the Chicks’ new stories, music, singing, dancing, and a multimedia show on Nov. 20. Starring Etta May, Sonya White, and Karen Mills.
Lightwire Theater’s A Very Electric Christmas
On Dec. 5, Lindenwood will host an event for people of all ages and interests. This production will make both children and adults alike wide-eyed with delight and excitement.
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy: Wild and Swingin’ Holiday Party
The Big Bad Voodoo Daddy music band that has been together for over 27 years will be performing live at Lindenwood on Dec. 23. Dressed in zoot suits, the band brings audiences a nonstop medley of jump blues, jazz, and swing.
Cirque Mechanics: Birdhouse Factory
In 2022, Cirque Mechanics will be performing a simple story of daily life in a “widgets” factory around 1935 on Jan. 22.
Terry Fator
On Feb. 26, America’s Got Talent winner Terry Fator, who won many awards such as best impressionist, best all-around performer, and best family show, will perform live at Lindenwood.
Tower of Power
The unique Tower of Power band will perform live at Lindenwood on March 19. Tower of Power is a great mix of different genres that include rock, jazz, and R&B.
An Evening with Branford Marsalis
On Apr. 14, Lindenwood will host a concert by saxophonist Branford Marsalis who is one of the most influential figures in contemporary music, and his Branford Marsalis Quartet.