Drew Arcoleo is coming back to where it all began. \u201cFeels like a full circle moment,\u201d said Arcoleo, who will be returning to the Ridgefield Playhouse Friday, June 29, under his stage name, Drew Cole. His career started on that very stage almost a decade ago as an aspiring musician attending Ridgefield High School. This time around, he will be headlining a night of music after his recent success on NBC\u2019s \u201cThe Voice.\u201d \u201cComing back to my hometown, I am beyond excited to be back on a familiar stage \u2026 I played on the stage, but this was far earlier in my music journey,\u201d Cole said, referring to his performance at BandJam in 2010 at the Playhouse. Dylan Hartigan, a fellow contestant from \u201cThe Voice,\u201d will be opening for Cole. Ridgefield singer-songwriter Eliza Paltauf, who has opened for various other acts at the Playhouse, will also perform an opening set. While Cole is still making plans with friends and family when he gets back into town, he is excited to walk down Main Street and get some famous Ridgefield food. \u201cI\u2019m going to enjoy some pizza, definitely some Planet Pizza for sure,\u201d he said. Building off \u2018The Voice\u2019 \u201cWhat the show provided me was a ton of momentum,\u201d Cole said about the time following his appearance on The Voice. Building off that momentum, Cole teased a new single he\u2019s going to be releasing prior to returning to Ridgefield for the first time in over a year. \u201cI\u2019m planning on putting a song out around June 20, it\u2019s called \u2018Sour Love,\u2019\u201d he said. \u201cI didn\u2019t want to come off the show and be quiet,\u201d Cole said, \u201cI want to take advantage of the stage.\u201d While making a name for himself off the show is hard, he has been able to carry valuable lesson that Adam Levine \u2014 coach of Team Adam \u2014 taught him. \u201cThese moments on the show when your under pressure, he coaches you and helps you in the moment,\u201d Cole said. One of the most valuable connections Cole made wasn\u2019t to the famous coaches, but rather to fellow contestants. \u201cThe relationships we make with the other artists is probably the most valuable thing that I have taken from the show,\u201d Cole said. Cole is excited to \u201cget in touch with his roots,\u201d and rock out on a familiar stage come June 29. For tickets, call 203-438-5795.