Summer Pops 2019


Dancing Queen – The Music of ABBA
Presented by First Federal Bank of Louisiana
Saturday, July 13
Lake Charles Civic Center, Coliseum
6 p.m. Doors Open
7 p.m. Showtime

The Lake Charles Symphony will open the 2019/2020 season with Dancing Queen - The Music of ABBA. Take a chance on this ABBA-tastic night as Jeans ‘n Classics joins the Lake Charles Symphony as they thank the iconic disco pop sensations for the music! Featuring all the hits you know and love, from "Dancing Queen" to "Waterloo" (and many, many more). Don your bell bottoms and your platforms and don’t let this fabulous evening slip through your fingers.


Summer Pops is a popular annual tradition in the Southwest Louisiana area. Each year brings a fun and exciting introduction to those experiencing orchestral music for the first time and to those who look forward to the Summer Pops year after year. A variety of family food favorites, such as Gatti's pizza, hotdogs, nachos and Boombox Frozen Pops and Ice Cream will be available for purchase.


Summer Pops would not be possible without the generous support from our presenting sponsor, First Federal Bank of Louisiana, as well as our event sponsors: Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana Convention & Visitors Bureau, Arts Council of SWLA, City of Lake Charles, Gatti’s Pizza, Kaough & Jones Electric and Louisiana Lottery.  

Individual Tickets:

  • Individual Reserved Table Seats - $90
  • Adult Riser Seats - $35
  • Student Riser Tickets - $15
  • Child Riser 6 & under - Free

$1,250 Gold VIP Table: SOLD OUT

  • One table of 8 (premium location)
  • Recognition on Event Signage
  • 4 Bottles of Wine (2 Red, 2 White)
  • 1 Beer Bucket
  • 4 Pizzas
  • 2 Sprites, 2 Cokes, 2 waters
  • Bucket of ice, glasses, and napkins 

$1,000 Silver Table: SOLD OUT

  • One table of 8 (good location)
  • 2 Bottles of Wine (1 Red, 1 White)
  • Beer, Coke, Sprite, Water (2 bottles each)
  • Bucket of ice, glasses, and napkins
  • 2 Pizzas  

$600 Bronze Table:

  • One table of 8 
  • Food and beverages purchased separately