The Blackfoot Performing Arts Center is excited to announce the Glenn Miller Orchestra will be performing on their stage Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 7:30 pm.  With its unique jazz sounds, the band is one of the most popular and sought after big bands in the world today.  The 18-member ensemble continues to play many of the original Miller arrangements, both from the civilian band the AAFB libraries. They also play some more modern selections arranged and performed in the Miller style and sound.  They will be performing all their great classics like Moonlight Serenade, Little Brown Jug, A String of Pearls, Chattanooga Choo-Choo, Pennsylvania 6-5000, In the Mood, At Last and many more.

     The legendary Glenn Miler was one of the most successful of all dance band leaders back in the Swing Era of the 1930's and '40's.  In 1938, Miller organized a band that enjoyed a matchless string of hit records.  The constant impact of radio broadcasts and the drawing power at theatres, hotels, and dance pavilions, built and maintained the momentum of the band's popularity.  In 1942, Miller joined the Army where he organized and led the famous Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band where he traveled the world performing for servicemen in World War 2.

     Reserved seats ticket prices start at $15 and go to $35, depending on the seating.  Tickets can be purchased online at, by calling the BPAC at 208-317-5508, or at the door the night of the concert.


  • Occurred Saturday, September 21st, 2019 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm


Blackfoot Performing Arts Center

870 South Fisher
Blackfoot, ID 83221


Blackfoot Performing Arts Center

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