Forty-five years ago a popular music era was born, that was a truly unifying force, bringing together all races, ages and genders to simply share a good time. That music of course was known as Disco. These highly produced and thickly orchestrated songs drove everyone to the dance floors of clubs across the world. Studio 54 was the exclusive club in New York City that became synonymous with Disco, celebrities and other associations. The KSO authentically performs the charts of Donna Summers, The BeeGees, Barry White, Abba, The Village People, Vicki Sue Robinson, Kool & the Gang and many more with its studio orchestra and vocalists amidst the mirrored balls, lights and nostalgia. Don’t miss the Tri-state’s only symphonic dance party. Last year, the KSO stumbled upon the Newport Car Barn — the old depot (built in the 1890s) for electric trolley cars. As it is being renovated into a unique event space, the KSO thought it would be a “slammin’” place for a concert / dance and 30th season finale party. Re-live the greatest disco tunes as performed by the KSO Boogie Band.