Skip to content

YES Theatre extending its ‘Live From the Grotto’ concert run, but moving indoors

You can still take in YES Theatre concerts at STC the week of Sept. 22-25
Sudbury-Theatre-Centre-4-(2018)Sized
Sudbury Theatre Centre, STC, Sudbury theatre centre, theatre centre sudbury

YES Theatre is extending its run of its Live From the Grotto concert series, although it will be moving indoors for the duration of the extension.

Two of the concerts in the series, Through Rose-Coloured Glasses and A Song to the Moon, will continue at the Sudbury Theatre Centre Sept. 22-25, in YES Theatre’s first indoor performances of 2021.

“These concerts have been absolutely thrilling and the response from our community is overwhelming,” said Alessandro Costantini, artistic and managing director at YES Theatre.

“We are delighted to be extending and offering Sudbury even more opportunity to enjoy the theatre!”

These high-energy concerts will feature 10 powerful vocalists and a live-band of six musicians, to bring you music from one of greatest legends, Elton John and powerful hits from singers like Tina Turner, Lizzo and Alanis Morisette.  

The concert series is all about reconnecting safety, said a press release from YES Theatre. 

A limited number of tickets are being sold to maintain a socially distanced audience, in accordance with the guidelines from Greater Sudbury Public Health and the Sudbury Theatre Centre. 

Patrons are required to show proof of full vaccination by approved COVID-19 vaccines, along with a photo ID for entrance into the building. Masks are mandatory. 

Tickets to the concert series can be purchased directly through Showpass, either individually or as a two-show extended pass. 

Live from the Grotto’s original run continues until Sept. 19 outdoors at the Grotto, and features Through Rose Coloured Glasses and A Song to the Moon, as well as Ghosts of Broadway.

Find more information at yestheatre.com.