We are excited to ask you to join us on Saturday, September 5, 2020, at 1:00 pm for a Labor Day weekend concert, in the Theatre of the Homestake Opera House (HOH), as part of the Lead Gold Camp Jubilee. the HOH will present a sampling of some of the best singers and songwriters of the Black Hills in a celebratory tribute to Labor Day featuring Marlin Maynard, Peggie Douglas, Kim Bachman, with Gordy Pratt & Dalyce Sellers closing it out. Tickets for this special event are $15 for Adults & $7 for anyone under 18. There will be no member discounts. Beer, Wine, and Popcorn will be available at the Lobby Concession Stand.
The HOH invites guests to explore Lead's Historic Main Street after the concert, visiting our shops, restaurants, and microbreweries. The festivities continue throughout the weekend with vendors, live entertainment, family-friendly activities, and all of our home-town charm and the largest firework display in the Black Hills on Monday, September 7th.
The HOH hopes Singers & Songwriters at the HOH (SaS @ HOH) will become a reoccurring series throughout 2021, and for generations to come, here in Lead that brings locals and tourists to town to be entertained by the amazing talent that resides in the Black Hills and surrounding area.
Covid-19 - Precautions
Please know that we take the health and safety of our visitors, artists, volunteers, and staff seriously and will continue to follow the latest, most current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines to assist with slowing the spread of COVID-19.
If masks are considered desirable and appropriate protection by the CDC for venues similar to the Homestake Opera House (HOH), at the time of your visit, we will be requiring masks of both staff and audiences.
If within 14 days of your scheduled visit to the HOH, you and/or members of your party have been in contact with anyone diagnosed with COVID-19, traveled to or from areas of substantial community spread, or if you have experienced any of the symptoms, we ask that you please stay home and contact our Box Office to arrange a credit for future performance or a refund.
There is always a risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place where people are present. The HOH realizes that it cannot eliminate all risk but is committed to attempting to minimize the risk to those coming to our facilities. Our efforts, however, do not replace important practices to keep yourself well, including vigilant hand hygiene, staying home when symptomatic and social distancing wherever possible. Hand sanitizing stations, masks, and gloves will be available at our facility for your convenience.
Please know we intend to implement visitor policies in a flexible way depending on the varying level of disease transmission in our community. As a result, our visitor guidelines will continue to be refined based on the updated guidelines of the CDC and our local public health officials.
Contact: Office Manager