The Lancaster Performing Arts Center (LPAC) will reopen next month with ticket bundles now available.

The 2021/22 performance season begins with some lighthearted entertainment with comedian Brian Regan, followed by the second annual AV Comedy Festival, which features comedians from across the nation competing for $10,000 in prizes.

Headlining the Festival is world-famous actor and comedian, Paul Rodriguez. Some of the musical performances this fall include husband and wife country duo, Thompson Square; actor Billy Bob Thornton and his band The Boxmasters; and the legendary doo-wop/R&B group, The Drifters. Classic rock lovers may enjoy the high energy Zeppelin USA and Femmes of Rock, performing on back-to-back nights.

The holiday season begins with “America’s Sweethearts,” featuring the music of the Andrews Sisters followed by seasonal performances by a traditional favorite, “The Nutcracker,” presented by the Antelope Valley Ballet; and ELF, presented by Cedar Street Theatre.

The musical festivities continue into 2022, with the talents of pianist and pop composer John Tesh starting the year. Then, celebrate Elvis Presley the King of Rock and Roll’s birthday on Jan. 8, 2022; and unchain your heart with “Ray On My Mind – A Tribute to Ray Charles.”

The famed a cappella group Naturally 7 – the Human Instruments; singer/songwriter/guitarist Edwin McCain; and The Four Phantoms, featuring four leads from the Broadway classic, bring an eclectic flavor to the LPAC.

Puddles Pity Party returns for an encore performance and Pavlo brings his Mediterranean sound, mixing the folkloric styles of Greek, Spanish and Latin music. Roger McGuinn, frontman for The Byrds and season 15 winner of “The Voice,” Chevel Shepherd, round out the season.

Many of the 2019/20 season performances have been rescheduled for this season, including Brian Regan; The FABBA Show (ABBA Tribute); David Victor, formerly of Boston; The 3 Redneck Tenors; Whose Live Anyway?; and Lea Salonga.

For tickets or more information, visit www.lpac.org or call (661) 723-5950. Stop by the box office at 750 W. Lancaster Blvd.