The Adelphia Music Hall will present two performances of "The Fields of Gettysburg" at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Saturday in Marietta, Ohio.
The shows follow the previous sell-out in April. The Gallery is accepting dinner reservations before each show and will reserve priority seating.
"The Fields of Gettysburg" was written by renowned West Virginia singer-songwriter John A. Walsh and is a nod to the 150th anniversary of The Battle of Gettysburg. Walsh composed the 12-track narrative song cycle following the lives of six characters through the largest and most pivotal battle of the American Civil War.
Todd Burge, famed West Virginia singer-songwriter, co-produced the album and also plays Union General John Buford. Walsh, who lives in Vienna, plays Confederate General James Longstreet. Jessica Baldwin, Justin Arthur, Colton Pack, and D.J. Archer round out the main cast. Other cast members include Mountain Stage host Larry Groce as the narrator, Grammy Award-winner Tim O'Brien on fiddle, West Virginia Hall of Fame director Michael Lipton on electric guitar, Mountain Stage veteran Ammed Solomon on drums and percussion, Bill White on piano and organ and Ted Harrison on bass guitar.
Tickets are $15 and are available by calling 740-374-8278. For more information, visit www.thefieldsofgettysburg.com or www.theadelphiamusichall.com.