Local talent of all kinds will take to the stage in Nehalem this Saturday, April 27, as “One Night Only” returns for... well, you guessed it...

Now in its fourth year, this local talent show features song, music, dance, comedy, spoken word and tons of fun. The popular community talent showcase is produced once again by Mike Arseneault and Rosa Erleback.

“We’re thrilled to celebrate the diversity of talent in Tillamook and North County at this incredible venue to elevate, support, and give back culture and arts across this beautiful county” Arseneault said.

“One Night Only” features Russell Zaugg and the Neah-Kah-Nie High School band; N.E. DayNow featuring Doral Vance and Rodney Dahl; a Broadway set featuring Mike Arseneault and Emily Dante with Barbara Phelps on piano; musicians The Ripley Project; a comedy skit from Tom Cocklin, David Wiegan and Stephen Clark, Linda Makohon performing Shel Silverstein’s “Almost Perfect But Not Quite;” The Woods Family Trio, The Illusions dance troupe; and Scott Fischer performing a Hawaiian medley on ukulele — all emceed by Paul Erlebach.

The show will start at 7 pm at the NCRD Performing Arts Center, 36155 9th Street.

Tickets $12, are on sale at the NCRD welcome desk.

Net proceeds will be split between the Neah-Kah-Nie High School band program and a live music event this summer at the Garibaldi Historic US Coast Guard Boathouse.

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