A Time Capsule Christmas

December 5th 2015
7:30 PM - 1:45 PM

The show has CANCELLED!

If you purchased your tickets through Ticketmaster then you will automatically receive a credit.  If you purchased tickets from the auditorium box office then you will need to bring your tickets to the box office and you will be given a refund.  Credit Card orders will receive a credit and cash orders will receive cash.




"A Time Capsule Christmas"  Featuring The Association, Al Stewart, Terry Sylvester....

Three of the most successful and popular bands in the world with over 100 million albums sold are coming to celebrate Christmas.  The Association, Al Stewart, and Terry Sylvester-former lead vocalist and member of the Hollies, bring their greatest hits and some seasonal classics to celebrate the holiday season with The Time Capsule Christmas Concert, Saturday, December 5th at 7:30pm.

The Association claims three platinum albums, seven Grammy nominations and The Association Greatest Hits continues to be one of the top 5 selling CD's in the history of Warner Brothers Records.

Their number 1 hits, "Never My Love," "Cherish" and "Windy" are considered standards in America music. "Never My Love" number is the number two most played song in the history of American radio according a recent survey released by BMI. All of their music remains fresh and relevant through 2015 and as recent as 2011, the mega hit "Windy" was featured in its entirety on the smash hit television show "Breaking Bad," exposing the song and the band to an entirely new generation of fans. The current group is made up of original band members Jim Yester and Jules Alexander, also featuring longtime member since the 70’s Del Ramos, brother of late Larry Ramos, Jordan Cole, son of original member Brian Cole joined in 1999, along with Bruce Pictor and Paul Holland.

Hit Singles, Windy, Cherish, Never My Love, Along Comes Mary to name a few....

A special acoustic evening starring Al Stewart with special guest Dave Nachmanoff.

Al Stewart is considered a master guitarist and impresario who broke into London's folk scene in the late 1960's. He worked early on with Jimmy Page and the Yardbirds, and later collaborated with Alan Parsons and Laurence Jauber who played bass with Paul McCartney. In the early 70's het shared a flat with another rising star folk singer named Paul Simon, someone he met through Yoko Ono.

In the summer of 1979, Al achieved worldwide fame and long deserved recognition with hid multi-million selling release "Year Of The Cat."  He followed with the smash "Time Passages," and all of these song continue to be staples on American radio. Al's released a number of independent records including the "Live" Indian Summmer CD, and In May 2015, appeared in a command performance at The Royal Albert Hall.

Terry Sylvester started his musical career in the early 60's at the famed Cavern Club in Liverpool and earned his big break in 1968 when he replaced Graham Nash in the Hollies. In 1969, the Hollies recorded one of their greatest hits "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" with another up and coming English artist named Elton John. More #1 songs followed in 1972 with "Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress," and in 1974 the worldwide hit "The Air That I Breathe.." Terry's been awarded 4 platinum, and 9 gold records and in March 2010 was inducted along with the Hollies to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He's the fifth Liverpool born musician to be inducted the others being some guys named John, Paul, Ringo and George....

Read More Read Less

  • Ticket Information

    The ONLY AUTHORIZED SOURCE for tickets to the Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium is TICKETMASTER. You can purchase your tickets at our box office on Monday-Friday from 9 am - 3 pm. We do not charge a service charge when you purchase from our ticket office. You can also purchase tickets through Ticketmaster online at, or from the official Ticketmaster app.

    Please call the box office at (864) 582-8107 if you have any questions! Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at the Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium!

  • Our Policies

    The Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium has a CLEAR BAG POLICY to ensure the safety of all fans. Please click here to see details of prohibited items.

Showplace of the South

Our History

The Showplace of the South

Since 1951 Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium has showcased national talent, local entertainment, sporting events, banquets, & trade shows.

Learn More

Error Message