Crocodile Rockin’ arrives at Merrill

TINA L. SCOTT
EDITOR

The Merrill Area Concert Association (MACA) will perform Crocodile Rockin’, an Elton John tribute show, at Merrill High School Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, April 11, 2022. Featuring Jim Witter, an artist who delivers the most Elton John popular songs in all years, including Crocodile Rock, Rocket Man, Tiny Dancer, Don’t Let the Sun Go Down On Me, Candle In The Wind and I’m Still Standing, to name a few, Witter performs a and dynamic spectacle that makes him easy to mistake for the real Sir Elton John.

Witter also engages the audience and invites them to sing along along with many of Elton John’s best-known songs.

Although attendance is limited to MACA members, becoming a member is easy and purchasing a season pass also opens the door to attendance at other MACA concerts and professional live music events during of the year.

Currently, season passes are $45 for adults, $18 for students, and $105 for families, and while season passes can be purchased anytime, purchasing a season pass early offers the best value, because the members can then attend all the performances of the season for that one. price, as the cost of membership is the same whether members attend one or all concerts. As MACA says: Your membership is your ticket to performance.

MACA was formed in November 1967 with the aim of bringing professional performance to the greater Merrill community and they still exist to do just that. MACA also has a reciprocal agreement with the Medford and Antigo concert associations.

For more information or to register, go to www.merrillconcerts.org, email [email protected] or contact Diane at 715.722.3401.

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