NORFOLK, Neb. -- A northeast Nebraska non-profit is celebrating its 70th anniversary with the community through music.

The Norfolk Concert Association is hosting six concerts from September to April to provide the community with some entertainment options.

Director Linda Libengood said the organization has seen people from communities up to 100 miles away come to Norfolk for the concerts.

"Everybody should be entitled to see live entertainment, not just play records," Libengood said. "So the concept of the concert association was they went out and raised money for the first year and they only spent the money that they made."

This year's lineup includes bands that play rock, jazz, soul, and more.

The last concert will feature an ABBA tribute band.

It costs $60 to become a member, which includes access to all six shows.

"The price is so affordable that even if you don't like all the concerts, you can enjoy some of them," Libengood said. "Sometimes, if you think 'I don't know if I like that kind of music,' you might find you really do. You have nothing to lose."

The first concert is on Sept. 21 and features a performance from the swing band "Phat Cat Swinger."

All concerts start at 7:30 p.m. and are held at the Johnny Carson Theater.

For more information on how you can purchase a membership, click here.