An organization that hasn’t been heard from since November 2019 is finally back up and running, 2½ years later.
Indeed, the Windom Concert Association, one of the longest running concert associations in Minnesota, took a 2½-year hiatus due to the pandemic. But it now remains as just one of three concert associations in Southwest Minnesota still in existence. Groups in Worthington and Slayton have folded, while Windom, Redwood Falls and St. James have started up again.
And the local group is picking up right where it left off. Concerts scheduled for spring 2020 that were unable to perform due to the pandemic will be back for spring 2022, beginning with the Classic Nashville Roadshow. That concert will take the BARC Auditorium stage Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Replacing Prime Time Trio, the other concert from 2020, is Sultans of String, which is set for April 30, at 7:30 p.m., also in the BARC Auditorium.
Admission to the concert is by season membership only. Those holding memberships from 2019-20 will be able to attend the concert. If you have lost or tossed your membership cards from that season, new passes will be issued by the organization.
For more on the Classic Nashville Roadshow, see the story on the Faith & Family page in the April 6 issue of the Cottonwood County Citizen on newsstands tomorrow.