The High Point Theatre has announced its 2024-2025 season lineup – and it has a little something for everyone. It will begin this August and conclude next spring.

The season kicks off with Lee Greenwood: 40 Years of God Bless the USA on Saturday, Aug. 10 at 7:30 p.m.

The show is described as a time to “experience Lee Greenwood’s performance of heartfelt lyrics that have captured the hearts of Americans for the past 40 years.” The promotional material adds that “The song has been in the top five on the country singles charts three times, giving it the distinction of being the only song in any genre of music to achieve that feat.“

CBS News has even voted “God Bless the USA.” the most recognizable patriotic song in America.

That’s just one of many upcoming shows the theater will feature.

 High Point Theatre Director David Briggs said he’s very excited about the new slate of offerings in this coming season.

“The theatre’s 2024-2025 performance season will offer up a wonderful mix of classics like Peter Noone, John Berry, and a world premiere of ‘Prides Hollow,’” he said. “We are looking forward to hearing some amazing folk music by Scythian and Tannahill Weavers; and fun comedy with Killer Beaz and William Lee Martin. This season was just plain fun to put together for our patrons.”

Here’s a list of the other shows you can look forward to…

Comedian Killer Beaz

Friday, Sept. 20 – 7:30 p.m.

Celebrating his eighth season on the Discovery Channel’s hit series “Moonshiners,” comedian Killer Beaz is described as “legendary in the comedy industry.”  Event promoters note that Beaz’s “family-friendly” show makes regular stops at The Grand Ole Opry.

The Tannahill Weavers

Thursday, Sept. 26 – 7:30 p.m.

From Scotland – and named for the town’s historic weaving industry and local poet laureate Robert Tannahill –  the Tannahill Weavers will bring their own style of Celtic music to High Point, “blending the beauty of traditional melodies with the power of modern rhythms.”

The theater describes the group as internationally known and one of the world’s premier traditional Celtic bands – with “fire-driven instrumentals, topical songs, original ballads and lullabies, and humorous tales of life in Scotland.”

Scythian: From Ukraine to Appalachia

Friday, Sept. 27 – 7:30 p.m.

Named after Ukrainian nomads, Scythian plays music from Celtic, Eastern European and Appalachian traditions, and the band does so with “thunderous energy, technical prowess, and storytelling songwriting, beckoning crowds into a barn-dance, rock concert experience.”

Alexander Star: The Impact Artist

Saturday, Oct. 5 – 7:30 p.m.

Star is an Emmy-nominated songwriter and performer.  From Super Bowl campaigns and the United Nations to international primetime TV shows, his live performances have been seen in more than 10 countries. As an “impactor,”  Star has helped hundreds of teens in foster care write and record original music by leading songwriting workshops.

Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone

Saturday, Oct. 12 – 7:30 p.m.

Peter Blair Denis Bernard Noone is an entertainer who’s been delighting audiences nearly all his life. At the age of 15, he gained international stardom as Herman – the lead singer of the legendary Sixties pop band Herman’s Hermits. Accompanied by his band, Herman’s Hermits, Noone often plays to sold-out shows world-wide.

Kelly Swanson: Pride’s Hollow

Saturday, Oct. 19 – 7:30 p.m.

Swanson is an award-winning storyteller, comedian and motivational speaker.  The author of Who Hijacked My Fairy Tale and other works, she was a cast member of The Fashion Hero TV Show on Amazon Prime. She was also the creator of her own one-woman show that is something of a biographical story.

Will Downing in Concert

Saturday, Nov. 2 – 7:30 p.m.

Downing’s career spans nearly four decades and has resulted in 27 albums. Known as “The Prince of Sophisticated Soul,” his baritone voice has made him unique in the music industry.

William Lee Martin

Friday, Nov. 8 – 7:30 p.m.

“If you enjoy stand-up comedy that keeps your attention from start to finish, then this show is for you.” the theater’s promo literature states.  “Affectionately known for years as ‘Cowboy Bill,’ Martin stands as a proud Texan whose comedic prowess knows no bounds. He effortlessly spreads laughter across the nation with his one-of-a-kind humor, captivating audiences through heartwarming family-centered tales and uplifting spirits, particularly during life’s toughest moments.”

Christmas Stories and Songs with John Berry

Saturday, Nov. 30 – 7:30 p.m.

No theater season would be complete without some holiday specials – and country music star John Berry returns to the High Point Theatre just in time for the holidays. Berry has CMA and ACM nominations, platinum and gold albums, and a Grammy award to boot. His annual Christmas tours are extremely popular, with a rendition of “O’ Holy Night” that some describe as “electrifying.”

This will be his 28th annual Christmas tour.

High Point Ballet’s The Nutcracker and Land of the Sweets

Dec. 15-17

Speaking of holiday specials…

The High Point Ballet is celebrating its 37th season of The Nutcracker.

“Land of the Sweets” is a special children’s performance presented in a one-act format that features photo ops and autograph cards starting about an hour before the main performance.

The Karens Comedy Show

Friday, Jan. 17, 2025 – 7:30 p.m.

National headlining comedians Karen Mills and Karen Morgan put on a show meant to bring “much needed laughter and zero toxic behavior.”

 Both women bring their point of view to this “clever and clean” comedy act. Karen Mills is a former NCAA basketball player who’s been a touring comedian for a quarter of a century. She can be heard daily on Sirius XM Radio, and clips from her Dry Bar Comedy special “Pink Pants” have gotten over 15 million views.

Karen Morgan is a former trial attorney who began her comedy career as a finalist on Nickelodeon’s search for the “Funniest Mom in America.”

BANFF Mountain Film Festival World Tour

Thursday, March 13, 2025 – 7 p.m.

Since 1976, the Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival – a flagship program of the Banff Centre – has been a celebration of mountain culture “promoting understanding and appreciation of the world’s mountain places by creating opportunities for people to share and find inspiration in mountain experiences, ideas, and visions.”

If you want more information on the upcoming performances or wish to purchase tickets, you can contact the theater’s box office Monday through Friday from noon to 5 p.m. at 336-887-3001, or visit