September at the Gogue Center: Country, Croce, chamber music and show tunes

Published: September 07, 2022

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Following a phenomenally well-received concert by Vince Gill on August 27 to open our 2022–23 season, the Gogue Center now moves into its first full month of programming with a packed September lineup.


On Wednesday, Sept. 14, the son of folk icon Jim Croce channels the spirit of his late father in Croce Plays Croce. A.J. Croce, a fantastically talented singer and songwriter in his own right, takes to the Sergio Marentes Stage to perform a special set of classics by Jim, some of his own tunes, and songs that influenced the pair. Only a few tickets remain for this special performance, which is presented as part of our 2022–23 Concert Series. To reserve seats now, click here.


The following evening, Thursday, Sept. 15, our 2022–23 Amphitheatre Series continues with Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit. Isbell's star has continued its ascent since his days as guitarist and songwriter for Drive-By Truckers. The Alabama native and his 400 Unit bandmates return to the Gogue Center for their first performance since our Grand Opening Festival more than three years ago, this time joined by Nashville-based country artist Peter One. For general admission lawn seating, click here.


On Wednesday, Sept. 21, our 2022–23 Orchestra & Chamber Music Series starts off with a performance by the acclaimed Aizuri Quartet. The astounding foursome’s debut album, Blueprinting, was nominated for a 2019 Grammy Award and named one of NPR Music’s Best Classical Albums of 2018. The Aizuri Quartet’s Gogue Center program will feature works by Bartók, Hadyn, Clara Schumann and Tanya Tagaq. Click here for tickets.


Broadway star Jessica Vosk closes the month on Thursday, Sept. 29 with a tour de force performance sure to delight all musical theatre lovers. A Wall Street executive turned Broadway sensation, Vosk landed her first role at age 30. She has performed in acclaimed productions of Fiddler on the RoofFinding Neverland and West Side Story and is perhaps best known as Elphaba in Wicked. This performance is presented as part of our 2022–23 Concert Series. For tickets, click here.

Available tickets for all 2022–23 season performances can be purchased by visiting the Gogue Center website or contacting the box office by telephone at 334.844.TIXS (8497) or via email