The Stoughton Opera House’s spring season gets underway Friday with a sold-out show featuring some of the state’s top acoustic musicians: Willy Porter, Peter Mulvey, Bill Camplin and Randy Sabien.
The fact that season’s first show – along with 11 others – has already sold out could be a hint to fans of the venue: Get your tickets soon.
Opera House events coordinator Christina Dollhausen and director Bill Brehm have booked 38 shows between now and June 10, when Bach Dancing and Dynamite wrap up the season. (Then make way for the Catfish River Music Festival.)
The first half of 2016 features lots of bluegrass, but there’s also Cajun music, Indian and classical music, and lots of Americana.
“The season is heavy on bluegrass,” Dollhausen acknowledged Tuesday. “It’s just how it worked out with the booking. We knew whom we wanted to come, and those are the times they were able to come through here.