Among the upcoming acts:
July 6: Weird Al Yankovic brings his pop-culture parody to the stage. In a three-decade career, Yankovic has amassed 30 gold and platinum albums. Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. performance start at $29.
Aug. 1-4: Dixie’s Tupperware Party brings saleslady Dixie Longate’s off-Broadway smash to the intimate Troesh Studio Theater. The actual sales pitches are intertwined with plenty of homespun stories and even some giveaways of the plastic storage containers. Tickets from $33.
Aug. 13: An Evening with Willie Nelson & Family features the ballad singer whose career spans more than six decades. The concert marks Nelson’s first return to the Reynolds Hall stage since last year’s star-studded opening night gala. Tickets from $39.