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329 N. Lee St.

Salisbury, NC. 28144

704.310.5507

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ROWAN   BIG   BAND

       

The Rowan Big Band All Stars maintain a long tradition of big-band standards and swing era favorites from the 1930’s through the present day, with enough selections on our playlist to perform up to 3 hours of music including ballads, swing tunes, pop hits, vocals, solo instrument features and ensembles. Celebrate the holiday season with well known classics with Live at Lee Street.

THE   POLAR   EXPRESS

TRAIN   RIDE

 

All aboard the Polar Express Train Ride at the North Carolina Transportation Museum! Inspired by the run-away hit movie, this holiday favorite comes to life as you and your family take a ride on The Polar Express!

SCROOGE's   CHRISTMAS   TROLLEY   TOUR

 

Take a ride through the holiday classic "A Christmas Carol" aboard Salisbury's Trolleys and live Scrooge's story, meeting all your favorite characters and seeing amazing historical sites along the way! Tickets available now!

Doubt:   A   Parable

 

This Tony Award Winning play the inextricable bond between faith and doubt when a steely nun accuses a beloved priest of inappropriate behavior with a child in her school. Tickets will be available December 18 online atwww.leestreet.org or by phone 704.310.5507.

The   Realistic  Joneses

 

Visit "The Realistic Joneses" and meet Bob and Jennifer. Their new neighbors, John and Pony, have even more in common than their identical homes and shared last names. As their relationships begin to irrevocably entwine, the Joneses must decide between their idyllic fantasies and their imperfect realities.