Enjoy Johnny Cash musical tribute with community ed trip

LUCK - Luck Community Education has coordinated a handful of day trips so people in the region can enjoy theater and musicals with ease. The first trip is scheduled for Thursday, March 26, to the Ives Theater in Bloomington Minnesota’s Masonic Heritage Center. “Man in Black” celebrates Johnny Cash as he traditionally began his concerts, with the simple introduction, “Hello, I’m Johnny Cash,” followed by his signature song, “Folsom Prison Blues.”
Get ready for Brian Pekol and his trio of chugging-backing musicians to do the same! Cash’s sound embraced country music, rock and roll, rockabilly, blues, folk and gospel, so expect this concert to be jam-packed with hits! You’ll hear classic Cash songs including “I Walk the Line,” “Ring of Fire” and “Get Rhythm,” and even witness a visit from a surprise guest who sings as Johnny’s wife, June Carter Cash. Participants will be comfortable on a 56-passenger motor coach bus and enjoy lunch at Old Country Buffet prior to the show. The cost of $51 includes the theater ticket and transportation, with pickups in Luck, Centuria, St. Croix Falls and Osceola.
Contact Amy Aguado at Luck Community Education to claim a seat at 715-472-3136 or [email protected]
Another promising trip is a musical comedy at the Ives Theater, “Breaking Up is Hard to Do,” featuring songs by Neil Sedaka. Luck CEd has seats reserved for the 1 p.m. matinee on Thursday, May 7.
There’s already been great response for two trips to Chanhassen Dinner Theater for “The Music Man.”The first trip on April 8 is full, but there’s room to sign up for the Wednesday, June 10, matinee performance.
Find more information about these trips on the Luck School District website,, or contact Aguado at Luck Community Education.

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