Sat Oct 5 Caravan du Nord: Reina del Cid
Reina del Cid is a singer songwriter and leader of the eponymous folk rock band based in Minnesota. Her song-a-week video series, Sunday Mornings with Reina del Cid, has amassed 30 million views on YouTube and collected a diverse following made up of everyone from jamheads to college students to white-haired intelligentsia. In 2011 she began collaborating with Toni Lindgren, who is the lead guitarist on all three of Del Cid’s albums, as well as a frequent and much beloved guest on the Sunday Morning videos.
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Openers: Mary Sullivan / Whalen & the Willows. 7:30PM
Tickets on sale now.

Sat Nov 9 Galactic Cowboy Orchestra
Bela Fleck meets Rush, goes out to breakfast with John Coltrane, and plays golf with Jeff Beck. 7:30PM

Wed Nov 20 World Music: LADAMA Project
FREE An energizing and undeniably danceable female Latin powerhouse. 7:30PM

Fri Nov 29 Jane Taylor Dance Nutcracker Ballet
Traditional holiday ballet. Free will donation at the door. 7PM

Fri Dec 6 A CommUNITY Christmas
by Northwestern Singers & Riverland College Choir 7PM
Tickets on sale now.

Sat Dec 7 Tuba Christmas 
FREE Community brass celebration. 11AM

Sun Dec 8 And Heaven and Nature Sing
Advent & Christmas Music withTony Alonso and special guests the Austinaires. 2PM Tickets on sale now.

Tue Dec 10 Lorie Line, 30th Year Celebrating Christmas
It's all about beautiful music and celebrating the birth of Jesus and the true meaning of Christmas. 7PM
Tickets go on sale August 5.

Sun Dec 15 SimpleGifts with Billy McLaughlin 
Celebrate the season with Christmas hymns and carols in modern arrangements. 2:30PM
Tickets on sale now.

Fri-Sat-Sun Dec 20-21-22 Matchbox Childrens’ Theatre presents The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Tickets go on sale August 1.

For a guide to attending an event at the Paramount Theatre, click here. Patrons on the Autism Disorder Spectrum might find the guide especially useful. Guide created in collaboration with Autism Friendly Austin. For more information, email autism@hormelhistorichome.org.