Eaton’s The Star Theatre presents an American Heritage concert series

Leilani Kilgore will perform on Friday, July 14, as part of the American Heritage concert series.

EATON The Star Theatre at Eagle’s Point presents an American Heritage Concert Series beginning July 14 and scheduled through November 11. 

According to a press release: “This is our first music series, and we are stoked with our regional and talented blues, bluegrass, and country lineup. 

“Coming to the stage first and based out of Nashville, TN is Leilani Kilgore whose ferocious approach has been heralded as ‘Like Joan Jett, but actually shreds. She has shared stages with greats such as, The Dead Daisies and Buddy Guy, and featured in Guitar Girl Magazine, Roots Music Magazine, and Blues Magazine. 

“Following Leilani Kilgore will be Cincinnati based, bluegrass players, The Tillers on September 15 and singer, songwriter, Jeremy Pinnell on November 11. Doors will open at 7 p.m., shows start at 8 p.m. Concessions and alcohol will be available for sale.” 

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The Star Theatre is part of the historic renovation of the former Eaton High School. The facility can seat over 300 people and is equipped with state-of-the-art sound and projection equipment. In addition to movies, The Star will begin monthly special events that include music, entertainers, lectures and more. 

The Star Theatre at Eagles Point is located at 310 N. Barron St. The entrance is on the north side of the gymnasium (look for the black pig and the Star Theatre signs). Street parking is available as well as the parking lot on the corner of Barron and Decatur. 

The Star Theatre is wheelchair accessible, and email us at to reserve your wheelchair seat. To learn more about The Star Theatre at Eagles Point, visit or EatonStar via Facebook