‘The Chipper Experience’ comes to Newcastle

By: 
Alexis Barker, NLJ News Editor

Alexis Barker

NLJ News Editor

 

The Weston County Concert Association is bringing comedian Chipper Lowell and “The Chipper Experience” to the Crouch auditorium stage on March 27 at 3 p.m. The comedian and magician promises a family-friendly show for all ages. 

Described as a one-man show where comedy and magic collide, Lowell has over 20 years of experience in bringing his infectiously amusing mayhem to life for audiences around the world, according to information on the act. 

“As a boy, Chipper was literally born and raised on traveling circuses and large-scale arena shows with his show-business parents,” the information says. “His father was a professional clown with the Ringling Bros. and his mother performed as an aerialist working high above the crowds.” 

By age 17, Lowell was creating his own shows and routines. 

Now, Lowell has used his improvisation training and comedy-club-circuit experience to create a show that has been enjoyed by people of all ages for years. 

“For over 20 years Chipper has been bringing his infectiously amusing mayhem to audiences around the world at performing arts centers, cruise ships, casino showrooms, and corporate events,” the information states. “Chipper provides original magic, attempts pointless juggling stunts, and pulls a seemingly endless barrage of unusual gadgets from his prop trunk, during an evening full of high energy laughs and amazement.” 

Those who have already purchased their association membership for the 2021-22 season need only present their tickets at the door. And don’t worry, association president Jan Ellis said, memberships can be purchased at the door. 

“A one-time fee of $10 for students, $40 for adults and $85 for a family will get you into all the concerts,” she said. “This is an amazing deal for quality live entertainment.” 

Braden & James on April 28 will be the last local concert of this series. 

In addition to the local concerts, members will be able to attend concerts in South Dakota in both Belle Fourche and Hot Springs at no additional charge. Members will also be able to attend shows in Rapid City, although they will cost an additional $15 on top of presenting their ticket for the Weston County series.

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