Presented by The Southwest Opry, the Branson-based duo, Heartland, will perform at the Altus City Auditorium this Saturday, Oct. 26 from 7 to 9 p.m. Heartland performs some of today’s hottest Country, mixed with some great Country Classics.
Heartland is a husband and wife duo made up Jason Pritchett, a top five finalist on America’s Got Talent, and Altus native, Desta (McAuliffe) Pritchett. Desta got her start performing on one of Branson’s number one shows, The Shoji Tabuchi Show. Both Jason and Desta have been performing for more than 10 years in some of Branson’s number top shows: Lost in the Fifties, Grand Jubilee, The Echo Hollow Show, Fifties at the Hop, and the Pierce Arrow Show. This Christmas season, Jason will perform at The Starlite Theatre in Branson alongside Country Star, Billy Dean in “The Toy Shoppe,” a Christmas musical written by Kenny Rogers.
General admission tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door. Advance tickets can be purchased in Altus: Crown Jewelry, Papa John’s Pizza, The Altus Chamber of Commerce, or online (via Paypal) at www.southwestopryshow.com. Tickets can also be delivered in the Altus area by contacting Debbie Davis at (580) 471-2573.
The Heartland Concert is brought to you by The Southwest Opry, founded by Mikayla Jo. The Southwest Opry is a nonprofit music show that brings Branson-style concerts to you. With a mission of making a difference through music, the Opry donates a portion of ticket proceeds to local charities. To find out more, please visit www.southwestopryshow.com or email us at email@example.com.