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Upcoming Performances

Alpine 2024 Season Calendar

All shows begin at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted. 


3rd Rock

August 24

Join Ravenswood native Joel Ramsey and the 3rd Rock band for a night of 80s and 90s hits, and a few originals will be included. This is sure to be a great night of great music and fun! 


Holly Forbes

September 14

Holly Elizabeth Forbes is a unique vocalist who has a honey-sweet tone and a signature soulful sound. She is best known for her band, Holly & The Guys.

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Bessie Smith History Alive! Performance 

September 21

As the most popular female blues singer of the 1920s and 1930s, Smith was the highest-paid Black performer of her day. Known as the “Empress of the Blues” by virtue of her forceful vocal delivery and command of the genre, her singing displayed a soulfully phrased, boldly delivered grasp of the blues. In addition, she was an all-around entertainer who danced, acted and performed comedy routines with her touring company. She was a staple of the “Chitlin’ Circuit” and throughout the Jim Crow South, and many of her tunes have been covered by various artists through the decades.
Listen to Bessie, portrayed by Doris Fields, speak and sing about her life and join the conversation with character and actress to learn more about this remarkable historic figure. This performance is a program of the West Virginia Humanities Council, co-hosted by the Great Bend Museum and Main Street Ripley. Admission is free.

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Jonah Carden

October 25

Jonah Carden is an American musician from the small town of Peterstown, WV. In addition to independently releasing two solo albums,("The Great Depression" in 2010 and "Last Train Home" in 2018) he also fronted the metal band Southern Flame for many years and currently plays in the rock cover band One Eyed Jack with his father, Bob Carden.

Ron "Rue"Arthur and Friends

November 16

Ron "Rue" Arthur and friends will bring their love of music and the gospel to the Alpine for a night of inspiration and praise. 

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The Carpenter Ants

June 8

They call it "chicken-fried gospel soul." lots of feel-good harmonies and a solid groove. Together for nearly 35 years, the band has played throughout the South Atlantic region, twice toured Moscow, and joined the Rev. Jesse Jackson for a 10-city tour.

33 Special Alpine Theatre

April 19 

Musicians Freddie Munday, Doug and Ray Cossin, Ron Arthur, and Dustin Frame come together for an evening of harmony, bluegrass, and gospel. 


March 15 at 6:00 p.m.

Everything's better Under the Sea! Bring your little mermaids and mermen to experience Disney's live action Little Mermaid at the Alpine Theatre! Doors open early for a free, ocean-themed craft party with Stephanie from Studio 109. Get your tickets now!


May 5

Named the official children's chorus in West Virginia in 2003, the ACC has performed in nine international cathedrals and the National Cathedral in Washington, DC. ACC frequently performs with famous artists, including Larry Groce of Mountain Stage, Ethel Caffie-Austin, Bob Thompson, John Rutter and Kathy Mattea.

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April 6 at 5:00 p.m.

Known as the “Mother of Social Security,” Perkins’ legacy lives on through child labor laws, unemployment insurance, minimum wage, the 40-hour work week, worker’s compensation, and workplace safety laws.

As the first female Cabinet member and U.S. Secretary of Labor, Frances Perkins had a far-reaching, lasting impact on American workers’ lives, and helped pave the way for women to enter the male-dominated world of national politics. Perkins started out as a young social reformer in New York City but embarked on a more ambitious quest for change after witnessing the horrific Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire in 1911, which killed nearly 150 workers. As a member of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Cabinet in the 1930s and 1940s, Perkins relentlessly fought for and facilitated many of the New Deal programs which helped the nation weather the Great Depression.
Come watch a first-person performance and join the conversation with the character and actor about Mrs. Perkins' life. This event is a program of the West Virginia Humanities Council, co-hosted by Main Street Ripley and its Historic Alpine Theatre.


Admission is free but for planning purposes, please RSVP by clicking on the link below and clicking you will attend.


April 27

Labeled one of country musics 2023 artists to watch alongside ERNEST, Ashley Cooke, and Bailey Zimmerman, Brady Lee is a triple threat: a songwriter, performer, and multi-instrumentalist. Growing up listening to Rascal Flatts, Tim McGraw, and Keith Urban, Brady’s sonic style is very much radio-ready, pop-infused anthems that showcase his soaring vocals and smooth guitar playing.


March 23 at 3:30 p.m.

Sponsored by the West Virginia Chocolate Festival and the City of Ripley. 

Ticket and Concession Snack Pack $5.00
Ticket ONLY $2.00


March 9

Born and raised in Southern West Virginia, Morgan is well-known in the Mountain State and her star is rising nation wide. This sassy, strikingly powerful, ultra-entertainer is bound and determined to follow in the footsteps of Nashville greats like Loretta Lynn, Reba McIntire, and Dolly Partin. 


February 24

You won't want to miss the knee slapping stories and relatable life jokes by comedian Lee Hardin.

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