On Saturday, May 8th, the Community Arts Center, in collaboration with the Uptown Music Collective, will present a live concert featuring vocalist and songwriter, Beane. Beane is fresh off of ABC’s American Idol stage, where he worked his way through a field of hundreds of contestant’s ultimately broke into the top 12. Casting a striking presence as a performer and emanating confidence and originality as a writer, Pennsylvania-born and Boston-based artist Beane has quietly elevated himself as a rising force on a national level.
Beane, also known as Brennan Hepler, is creating a name for himself on his own terms. His subtle blend of pop, soul, and jazz is a unique take that not only draws inspiration from icons of the past but also embraces the new creative possibilities that are only just now starting to be explored. Beane is a graduate of Loyalsock Township High School, and also an alumnus of the Uptown Music Collective. After high school, Beane went on to study music at the renowned Berklee College of Music, where he majored in music business and management, graduating in 2019.
In 2017 he released an EP titled “Human Beane”, and has continued to drop singles in the time since. Because of his dedication to the craft, Beane values being closely involved in all aspects of the creation of his art. From self-directing his own band to co-producing his own records, he believes that no task is too small or too mundane to be overlooked as an important part of the creative process.
COVID Precautions: As per the Governor’s directives, the CDC guidelines and the policies of the Pennsylvania College of Technology, all patrons will be required to wear masks (no exceptions) and seating will be socially distanced with temperature checks upon entry. We ask that you sit in parties of two, three, four, five and six people, the parties you came with. Seating will be restricted to every other row and parties should sit 2 seats away from other parties. –
Please don’t come if you aren’t willing to wear a mask. Wearing a mask and sitting apart is the compromise we make to be together indoors.
Also please stay home if you are sick. Let’s all protect the health of your community. Thank you.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. Unless a performance is canceled or rescheduled by the Community Arts Center or the performer, there are no refunds or exchanges. In case of inclement weather, should the performance occur, there are no refunds or exchanges. Should you be unable to use your tickets for any show, you may wish to consider donating them back to the Community Arts Center at least 24 hours before a performance as a tax-deductible gift.