Tickets for the new season’s lineup of performances at the Alan Jay Wildstein Center for the Performing Arts at South Florida State College go on sale starting Oct 17.

The Beach Boys

The Beach Boys

Online ticket sales for upcoming shows, including the Beach Boys Holiday Show, begin at midnight on Oct. 17 at SFSC Cultural Program’s website: www.sfscarts.org.

“It’s easy to order online,” said Cindy Garren, SFSC’s director of Cultural Programs, “You can select your seats for any of the shows. There is no extra cost to purchase online, although the usual processing fees are $1 per ticket applies.”

The Beach Boys are scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 11, 7 p.m. Patrons can hear original members Mike Love and Bruce Johnston sing the group’s unforgettable harmonies and classic hits at the 1,460-seat Wildstein Center’s special holiday engagement. Expect to hear some surf music and holiday favorites, as well.

Tickets for the Beach Boys are $55, $65, $75, and $99, plus a $2.00 processing fee per ticket.

The SFSC Box Office opens on Monday, Oct. 24 at 11:30 a.m. The Box Office is located in the Wildstein Center on the SFSC Highlands Campus, 600 W. College Dr., Avon Park.  

Subscription packages for the Artist, Matinee, and Jazz series are still available.  Subscribers save up to 20 percent on single ticket prices, receive special discounts for select performances, pay reduced processing fees, and get advance notice of special engagements.

“Our subscribers had the first opportunity to buy seats for the Beach Boys,” Garren added.   “Subscribing has many benefits and you get to sit in the best seats in the house.”

A popular package is the “Create Your Own Series” or “5-for-15” package. Select any five performances and save 15 percent on single ticket prices from among the Artist, Matinee, Trending Now, and Jazz series.

The Artist Series performances include: Ethan Bortnick, Nov. 19; “Miracle on 34th Street,” Dec. 1; The Bronx Wanderers, Jan. 12; The Florida Orchestra, Jan. 19; “So Good for the Soul: A Motown Revue,” Jan. 28; Pam Tillis & Lorrie Morgan in the “Grits and Glamour Tour,” Feb. 8; “A Night to Remember: Presley, Cash, Lewis and Perkins,” March 2; Point of Grace, March 9; Women of Ireland, March 23: and Human Nature, April 1.

Performances for the Good Time Matinee Series start at 1:30 p.m. and include Flying Horse Big Band, Jan. 10; David Osborne Trio, Jan. 17; “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” Jan. 24; “Murder on the Nile” with the Aquila Theater, January 31; Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis Tribute, Feb. 7; “Shake, Rattle and Laugh with Mark & Rodi,” Feb. 21; Pauly and the Goodfellas, Feb. 28; Neil Zirconia, March 7 and Bravo Amici, March 21.

The Florida Hospital Trending Now Series includes “Artrageous,” January 21; “Beginnings: A Chicago Tribute,” Feb. 11; “Beauty and the Beast” with the South Carolina Ballet, Feb. 25; bluegrass with The Hillbenders, April 6; and magician Adam Trent, April 11.

The Jazz Series includes: Eddie Metz Trio, Jan. 18; rising star Bria Skonberg, Jan. 26; Bill Allred’s Classic Jazz Band, Feb. 9; New Orleans Nighthawks, Feb. 18; and CanAmGer Band, March 8. Jazz performances are held in the intimate 250-seat SFSC University Center Auditorium. “This is one of the best jazz series we’ve ever had,” Garren said. “It’s the best jazz south of Chicago.”

For more information, visit www.sfscarts.org or call 863-784-7178. When placing ticket orders by telephone, an $8 fee is charged.