South Orange Events

From SOPAC: Sep 25: A Very Special Evening With Graham Nash And Band Graham Nash and Band perform his classic albums Songs For Beginners and Wild Tales in their entirety (plus more hits!) as part of an exclusive series of special shows.7:30PM Tickets: $89-$109 (VIP $175-$395). (973) 313-2787. More information

From SOPAC: Sep 27: Darlingside The all-male Folk-Pop quartet Darlingside mesmerizes audiences with performances showcasing exquisite harmonies harking back to Crosby, Stills and Nash, and spotlight their own perfectly crafted songs. 8PM Tickets: $36-$52. (973) 313-2787. More information

From SOPAC: Sep 28: Flor De Toloache New York City’s first and only all­-women mariachi group, Latin Grammy Award-winning Flor de Toloache will cast a spell over you as intoxicating as its namesake love potion made from the Mexican Toloache flower. 8PM Tickets: $22-$29. (973) 313-2787. More information

From SOPAC: Oct 5: Jon B Jon B is a consummate artist with several gold and platinum records under his belt. His songs “They Don’t Know” and “Someone to Love” were just the beginning for the mega-talented singer-songwriter. 8PM Tickets: $46-$58. (973) 313-2787. More information

From the Township of South Orange: The Walsh Gallery is pleased to present Mounds, Piles & Massings, a group exhibition curated by South Orange artist/curator, Greg Leshé, in collaboration with the village’s Pierro Gallery. The exhibition looks at the human impulse to stack, pile and amass groupings of objects as both creative action and critical inquiry. The participating artists investigate a variety of themes within the notion of accumulation including; consumer waste and climate change, Caribbean history and the colonial economy of salt tied to slave labor, the “mixed reality” world we inhabit between physical and virtual contexts, consumerism, capitalism and copyright. Participating artists include Cat Alden, Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd, Deborah Jack, Vandana Jain, Daren Kendall, Robert Lach, Ann LePore, Greg Leshé, Darren Lee Miller, John Pfahl, Elizabeth Riley and Kathryn Vajda. Artist talks featuring Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd and Ann LePore will take place at 7pm on Thursday, October 10th. More information.

From SOPAC: Oct 11: Peter Yarrow & Noel Paul Stookey of Peter, Paul and Mary Legendary Folk singers Peter Yarrow and Noel Paul Stookey, of Peter, Paul and Mary, remember and celebrate their historic careers and the impact their anthems had on the world of civil liberties. 8PM Tickets: $68-$88. (973) 313-2787. More information 

From SOPAC: Oct 12: Laura & Linda Benanti The Story Goes On Touching and humorous, The Story Goes On is a one-of-a-kind musical journey through the special relationship between a mother and daughter. Starring Tony Award winner Laura Benanti and her mother Linda Benanti. 8PM Tickets: $58-$78. (973) 313-2787. More information

From SOPAC: Nov 1: Glenn Miller Orchestra The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra is the most popular and sought after big band in the world today. With its unique Jazz sound, it is considered one of the greatest bands of all time. 8PM Tickets: $30-$45. (973) 313-2787. More information

From SOPAC: Nov 8: On A Winter’s Night – 25th Anniversary featuring Christine Lavin, John Gorka, Cheryl Wheeler, Patty Larkin & Cliff Eberhardt The 25th Anniversary concert of On A Winter’s Night from singer-songwriters Christine Lavin, John Gorka, Cheryl Wheeler, Patty Larkin and Cliff Eberhardt. They are among the brightest stars of the singer-songwriter movement for the past three decades. 8PM Tickets: $38-$58. (973) 313-2787. More information

From SOPAC: Nov 9: Savion Glover & The Ideal Ensemble The Tony Award- winning, tap-dancing phenomenon Savion Glover returns to SOPAC with his unique sense of musicality, incredible stage presence and unparalleled dance ability. 8PM Tickets: $58-$78. (973) 313-2787. More information

From SOPAC: Nov 16: Kids ‘N Family: Rumpelstiltskin A young girl is said to spin straw into gold, but a greedy king hears of her talent and desires untold riches for himself. The strange Rumpelstiltskin appears and promises to spin the straw into gold, but at what price? 2PM Tickets: $20. (973) 313-2787 More information

From SOPAC: Nov 17: Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy Carl Palmer, founding member of both Emerson Lake and Palmer (ELP) and Asia, is among the most renowned drummers in rock history. Drum enthusiasts can expect an evening of compelling percussive skills from the man who brought the drum set to the forefront of Rock and Roll. 7:30PM Tickets: $33-$43. (973) 313-2787. More information