Enjoy ‘The Everly Set’ with your loved one on Valentine’s Day

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SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. Residents can take a trip down memory lane to 1957 with your high school sweetheart while jamming to the music of the Everly Brothers.

The Everly Set consists of singer-songwriters Sean Altman and Jack Skuller presenting some rock-n-roll hits that influenced artists including The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, The Beach Boys and more. (Billy Estes)

The Everly Set consists of singer-songwriters Sean Altman and Jack Skuller presenting some rock-n-roll hits that influenced artists including The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, The Beach Boys, The Bee Gees and The Eagles.

The Everly Set’s vocals will have you singing, laughing and dancing along.

It’s the perfect way to spend Valentine’s Day with your loved one.

“You think about the history of the Midwest Theater and all of those first dates at the theater in its prime between the 50’s and 60’s,” explained Billy Estes, Executive Director. “You might have been cruising down Broadway listening to one of those Everly hits songs so what a great way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your loved one.”

Tickets range from $35.00 to $42.00 for members and $38 to $45 for non-members.

Also included this year, a chance to purchase champagne and chocolate during the show. This package comes with one bottle of champagne, two champagne flutes, a lovely box of specialty chocolates and one long-stemmed rose for $40.

The Midwest Theater has provided a Valentine’s Day show over the last ten years exempting last year.

“It’s become this great tradition for the community which has gone to their first dates here with their loved ones or whatever the circumstances,” explained Estes. “It’s just one more thing that diversifies our programming to do a show a little outside of our realm.”

The net proceeds split from this show will go towards the West Nebraska Arts Center Window Fund and the Midwest Theater Marquee Fund, both in which was damaged with the hailstorm last August.

The show will be on Friday, February 14th with seating beginning at 5:45pm.