Dueling piano show to help raise funds for Morris 100 campaign
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- A dueling piano show by Chicago-based Howl-to-Go will perform for the Morris 100 Capital Campaign fundraiser on August 26.
The show starts at 7 p.m. at Ironhand Wine Bar, which is located at 1025 Northside Boulevard.
Performers will bring popular songs to the stage and will also invite the audience to make requests and join in sing-alongs.
The Morris 100 campaign is currently working to raise $30 million for theater renovations as a celebration of its 100-year anniversary.
Chief Development Officer of the project, Annie Smith is ready to bring an event to the public despite the Morris' current closure.
"The Morris may be dark this summer for some exciting renovations during phase one, but we plan to bring the vibrancy of a live performance to South Bend while raising funds for an even bigger phase two," said Smith.
Tickets are on sale online for $15 per person at https://sbvpa.org/donate/dueling-pianos-donate-now/ or $20 at the door, and is open to all-ages.
Tickets are limited and all proceeds will benefit the Morris 100 Capital Campaign.
Those who are interested can learn more about the Morris 100 campaign at https://www.morris100.org/event/dueling-pianos/