Holland Presents ’23-24 Season Announced


The Holland Theatre has announced its Holland Presents 2023-24 Season – LOVE IT LIVE!

The season kicks off with Remembering Red – A Tribute to Red Skelton on September 16 and includes legends like The Manhattan Transfer on their final world tour; rising country star Kylie Frey with local bass player Jesse Jervis; and a return of Irish supergroup Lunasa. Other highlights include family-friendly events new to the Holland stage, such as Christmas Celebration on Ice, The Great Dubois circus, Magic of Kevin Spencer – a sensory-inclusive event, and AGT-famous illusionist Chris Funk.

Continuing are the annual free concerts from West Central Ohio Community Concert Band, and new this year are free movies for Halloween and Valentine’s Day. Windmill Productions will bring local talent to the stage with an Edgar Allan Poe reader’s theater, Disney favorite Moana Jr., the groundbreaking play Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, and the beloved classic My Fair Lady.

“There is something for everyone this season – country, rock, jazz, pop, bluegrass, theater, circus, and more! Additional events will be added throughout the season,” said Greg Titus, Holland executive director. “We also continue to expand our youth outreach program in our local schools.”

For the complete season listing, click HERE. Tickets are currently on presale to Holland members and will be available to the public on August 4 at 10 am.

To become a Holland member and gain presale access, click HERE.

The season is generously sponsored by Marker, Inc. and Beasley Architecture & Design along with media sponsors Bellefontaine Examiner and V-Teck Communications, with season support provided by Ohio Arts Council and Honda.

Built in 1931 in downtown Bellefontaine, the Holland is the nation’s only atmospheric Dutch theater. The building had fallen into disrepair in the 1990s after being converted into a cineplex but was saved from demolition when a local teacher and students took an interest in the structure. Buoyed by community support and government and private grants, the theater completed a multimillion-dollar restoration in 2019 and today is a vibrant center for the performing arts.