Ironwood Theatre - Ironwood Michigan

Theatre Location

113 E. Aurora Street
Ironwood, MI 49938
Map & Directions

Theatre Office

Wed, Thur, & Fri:
Noon - 4:30pm
Tel: 906-932-0618
Email Us

109 E. Aurora Street
Ironwood, MI 49938
(Two doors west of the main theatre entrance)

Operation of the Historic Ironwood Theatre is supported in part by an award from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs

Art Works National Endowment for the Arts

Past Events

MTU Jazz Band

Show Dates:

Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018

The award-winning Michigan Tech Jazz Lab Band, under the direction of Mike Irish, is made up of 20 musicians from throughout the country, and features a broad repertoire of music ranging from the Big Band Era to today’s contemporary sounds and original compositions.


Big Road at Sisu Ski Fest

Show Dates:

Saturday, Jan. 06, 2018

Some of Northern and Central Wisconsin's finest musicians are coming to Ironwood for Sisu Ski Fest.  A great way to celebrate the ski race, the event is open to the public with free admission for racers who show their race bibs at the door.

Big Road is: Mark Zanoni: Vocals, Lead and Rhythm guitar, slide guitar, Harmonica ; Michelle Zanoni: Bass, Vocals; Pete Stoltman: Drums, Vocals; Gerry Plank: Saxophone, Woodwinds, Keyboards, Vocals;  Shane Zanoni: Guitar, Vocals

Big Road’s set list is varied, and ranges from Classic artists like The Dead, Allman Brothers, The Beatles, Joe Cocker, Little Feat and Derek and the Dominos to funk (The Meters, Isley Brothers) and soul (James Brown) to real deal Blues (Koko Taylor, Fenton Robinson, Paul Butterfield, Delbert McClinton) and even some Reggae (Bob Marley).

According to the band: “Our original songs come from the heart and have become crowd favorites also. We play what we love...and love what we play! We think you will too...”

DOORS & Kelly's Bar OPEN 5:00 pm;  SHOWTIME 6:00 pm

 

Click here for more information about the Sisu Ski Fest


The Lettermen Christmas

Show Dates:

Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017

PLEASE NOTE: Reserved seating nearly sold out, so no longer available on-line. A few scattered reserved seats. Please call the office (906.932.0618) to check availability.

The Lettermen
formed in 1959 and after signing with Capital Records in 1961 became chart toppers. Since their formation, the vision of The Lettermen was of three very strong soloists who had the ability and showmanship to perform and entertain an audience, but who also had the discipline needed to be group singers. The sound they came up with was a sound between the big band vocal groups such as the Modernaires, Pied Pipers, Mills Brothers, Four Freshmen and the early R&B rock groups such as the Ink Spots, Flamingos and the Platters.

Their first single for Capitol, "The Way You Look Tonight," succeeded on the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart and climbed to No. 13. Their next, "When I Fall in Love," reached the Top 10 in late 1962 and hit No. 1 on the adult contemporary chart. They had several other Top 10 hits, such as 1965's "Theme From A Summer Place". The hits continued with the 1967 medley "Goin' Out of My Head"/"Can't Take My Eyes Off You" and in 1968 with "Put Your Head on My Shoulder", plus 1969's "Hurt So Bad", which reached No. 12 and lasted 21 weeks on the Hot 100. They have continually recorded, averaging at least one album a year.

Among 32 consecutive albums which charted in the Top 100 in the United States, four were certified gold: "The Lettermen!!!...And "Live" (1967) "Goin' Out of My Head" (1968), "Best of The Lettermen" (1969) and "Hurt So Bad"(1970). They formed their own Alpha Omega Records in 1979. Some of their newer CD albums, now numbering over 75, are: “The Lettermen – Favorites”, “The Lettermen – Best Of Broadway”, “The Lettermen – Live In The Philippines”, their holiday CD "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year", and their 2010 release "The Lettermen - New Directions".

The Lettermen are Tony Butala, Donovan Tea and Bobby Poynton. Butala is proud of the fact that The Lettermen have been part of Americana for fifty years and that as long as there is a Lettermen group, they will be singing good, quality, and positive harmony music that the whole family can enjoy. And they're coming to Ironwood!

Don't miss this special treat as The Lettermen sing their biggest hits - and some holiday favorites.


Accent! 2017 Christmas Concert

Show Dates:

Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017

Accent! is Luther L. Wright High School’s auditioned show choir.  Accent! performs extensively at local, state, and regional competitions. Each year Accent! participates in the Wisconsin Music Association District Solo & Ensemble event where they consistently rate well enough to participate at the WSMA State Festival. Every 2-3 years Accent! participates in a performance travel experience. Hawaii, Florida, and Branson, MO are among their past travel destinations. In 2016, Accent! celebrated its 25th Anniversary as an auditioned show choir at LLW.

Come along on Saturday December 16 to enjoy some great music. Support our young talent. The show will feature large group numbers, small groups, duets, and a surprise or two -  something for the entire family.  Do yourself a favor: come on out and catch these remarkably talented and hardworking kids!

Doors open at 6:00 pm. Show time 7:00 pm.


Warren Miller's "Line of Descent"

Show Dates:

Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017

Line of Descent The lineage of mountain lifestyle continues in Warren Miller Entertainment's 68th full-length feature film, Line of Descent. In this year’s film, WME travels the globe, by land, air, and sea, exploring the ties that bind ski culture.

In Squaw Valley and Jackson Hole, WME visits skiing icons who have made the mountains their home and raised mini Moes and Moseleys of their own. Traveling to Norway, a Canadian ski patroller enjoys the company of his Norwegian brethren, and in the French Alps, native son Jean-Claude Killy’s legacy fills Val-D’Isere hearts with pride.  From BC to France, Glacier Country to Steamboat, new generations of skiers and riders are pushing their sport to new extremes, making their parents proud—and often downright nervous.

WME crews chase winter along the Beartooth Highway where a road trip via motorcycles takes athletes Kalen Thorien and Mike “Bird” Shaffer from Montana to Wyoming. And still to come, snowboarders Seth Wescott and Rob Kingwill will head to New Zealand to descend Mount Cook.

For 68 years, ski families have cheered the official kickoff of winter with the ski film company that started it all. This year is no different. The family grows, and the traditions grow richer, in Warren Miller’s Line of Descent. Bigger, deeper, fresher than ever.

For teasers, athletes and locations go to warrenmiller.com. For behind the scenes photos and filming updates, follow along with Warren Miller Entertainment on Facebook and @warrenmillerent on Instagram.

This stop on the 2017 Warren Miller tour is promoted by the Snow Country Ski Club, formerly the Ironwood Ski Devils, our local High School Ski Racing Team. The club is no longer funded by the school system. Parents of racers, racers and volunteers fundraise to help keep local youth skiers active, engaged, and competitive on the racing circuit that covers Upper and Lower Michigan and Northern Wisconsin. The club is very proud of its long track record and deep history. The local skiing community is strong and many of these long time skiers are Ski Devil Alumni. There are many fond memories of the ski devil travelling team, its successes and championships and its former long term Michigan Hall of Fame coach, Theron Peterson.

The Snow Country Ski Club partnered with us at the Theatre and with Warren Miller to bring this premier movie to our ski town. This is one of the very important fund raisers that help cover travel expenses, lift tickets, equipment maintenance, coaching, and more. So buy some tickets and bring a few friends to the movie and get your Stoke for Winter! Winter is coming!

Doors and Kelly's Bar open at 6:30 pm (CST). Line of Descent screens at 7:30 (CST), but come early, hang out with your ski crowd and dig into the latest gear on display by our local sponsors.

NOTE TO THOSE TRAVELING FROM OUTSIDE OUR IMMEDIATE AREA: Even though we are in the UP, Ironwood is in the Central Time zone!

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS:

Stormy Kromer
Big Snow Resorts
Powderhorn Mountain
Hobby Wheel
Wolverine Ski Trails
Sisu Dirt Crew
I Am Pro Snow
Cold Iron Brewing
Aspirus Grand View
NRG Fitness
Forslund’s Building Supply
Festival Ironwood
Mt. Zion - GCC
Stengl Marine - Surf Wisconsin
Greer's Pier
Silver Properties
Angelo’s Pizza
Walleye Lodge
NorthStar Electronics
Brite Spot 2
Van Natta Plumbing
Steiger's Home Center
Big Sno Outfitters
Mattson Family Chiropractic
Mukavitz Heating
Carquest-GTC
Cloverland Cinemas
Jerry's BP
Bonshell Café
Rovelsky’s
Gogebic Country Club
Wakefield First National Bank
holiday Gas Station - Wakefield
ABR
Contrast Coffee
Don & GG’s
Black River Valley Pub
Arlene Schneller - Art Studio
Northern Mind Yoga
Anne Marie’s
Studio 54
Sisu SkiFest
Foley’s Tree Service
E-Z Tent Rental
Main Street Fitness
Hitt’s Fine Furniture
Ben's Place
Scotti Pecotti
Lasting Beauty
Northwinds Natural Food Co-op
Chelsi’s Corner

 


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