NFCC Artist Series Announces 2018-2019 Season

College brings live music, tributes and ice skating to the Van H. Priest Auditorium stage in Madison

NFCC Announces 2018-2019 Artist Series seasonMADISON, FL – The North Florida Community College Artist Series has another exciting line-up of live performances and entertainment planned for its 2018-2019 season.

Kicking off with a Sunday matinee Sept. 16, the season opens with the Valdosta Symphony Orchestra and continues with music legend and local favorite Chuck Roberson, tributes to Johnny Cash, John Denver, The Beach Boys and the Eagles, the Troy University Gospel Singers, and a very special ice-skating performance – Peter Pan & Friends on Ice.

Season passes and individual tickets are on sale now at the NFCC College Advancement office in Madison, by phone at 850-973-1653 or online at

The NFCC season pass is one of the best deals in North Florida with pass holders gaining access to a total of 19 performances. The pass includes admission to NFCC Artist Series performances and NFCC Community Theatre productions held at Van H. Priest Auditorium, as well as performances of the Live! at Dowling Park artist series held at Advent Christian Village. Season pass holders also receive discounted tickets to two bonus performances scheduled for October and May. Sponsorships to further support the arts and arts education are available through the NFCC Artist Series Angels program.

“NFCC and the community have long worked together to ensure that there is a place for the performing arts and arts education to flourish,” said Kim Scarboro, Director of College Advancement at NFCC. “We are looking forward to another season of great entertainment, live music and spending time with our patrons and friends. So help us spread the word about the season, bring a friend to a show, or stop by to find out more about what we have to offer. It is going to be a fun year for sure.”

For more information, visit or connect with the NFCC College Advancement staff at 850-973-1653 or

More information on upcoming performances including in the NFCC Artist Series season pass: