From staff reports
LEWISTOWN -The 2013-14 Mifflin-Juniata Community Concert Association series continues on May 9 with a performance by "Exile."
The show begins at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium of Mifflin County High School. The doors will open at 7 p.m.
Exile, known for their pop and country music, will perform at Mifflin County High School on May 9.
One night only tickets will be sold in the front lobby at the school for $25. Students 18 and under are always admitted free.
For rides, CARS is available by calling 242-2277.
Known for its sparkling, sensual lyrics and warm vocal harmonies, Exile scored 10 No. 1 hits in a four-year span, as well as three gold albums. Their "Kiss You All Over" No. 1 single marked their successful shift to pop and country music. After many years of recording top songs, these five artists return to the stage to perform their pop and southern rock on keyboard, guitar and percussion with newly charged lyrics.
The concert season will conclude on May 27 with a performance by painist/humorist/songwriter Dale Gonyea. Gonyea replaced Bach to the Future on the schedule when they became unavailable due to a death of the mother of two members of the group.
If the Mifflin County School District cancels school or has an early dismissal due to bad weather, the concert for that night will be cancelled and will be rescheduled.
For more information, contact Barbara Nielsen at 248-5732.