Get ready to step back in time with the Olde Tyme Radio Show taking the stage of Historic Folsom’s Sutter Street Theatre this Saturday.

Scheduled for July 13 at 4:00 PM, this nostalgic event promises an afternoon of classic radio magic straight from the 1940s and 1950s. For just $10 at the door, audiences can immerse themselves in iconic radio programs and music, all performed live in authentic period costumes.

Highlighting the program are beloved shows like “Our Miss Brooks” featuring “Student Government Day” from 1949, “The Bickersons” with “The Birthday Present” also from 1949, and “Gunsmoke” presenting “The Dodge City Killer” from a 1952 episode.

Attendees can expect more than just audio delights. The production will include a live foley artist recreating vintage sound effects using the original techniques of the era. Accompanying the performances will be live music and vocal renditions of period songs, enhanced by Johnny Wilder on piano.

Seating will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, making early arrival advisable. For more information and tickets, visit or by calling the box office at (916) 353-1001

Sutter Street Theatre is located at 717 Sutter Street in the heart of Folsom’s Historic District, offering an ideal setting for a cultural outing. Attendees are encouraged to explore the area’s shopping, dining, and entertainment options before or after the show. For more information about Historic Folsom, visit

Don’t miss this chance to relive the golden age of radio right here in Folsom. It’s an experience that promises to transport audiences back to a time when imagination painted vivid pictures through the airwaves.

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