Seinfeld to perform at Embassy in ’23
Bell Mansion, Deer Park, Kehoe Park hosting events
Embassy Theatre is happy to announce that America’s premier comedian Jerry Seinfeld has rescheduled 2020’s postponed show. This time around, he is set to return to the Embassy stage June 22, 2023, at 7 p.m.
I know, it is a year away, but at least we know he is coming. Seinfeld has been hailed for his uncanny ability to joke about the little things in life that relate to audiences everywhere. His latest projects include the Emmy-nominated series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and his Netflix special, Jerry Before Seinfeld.
Previous ticketholders can use their tickets for the new date. Remaining tickets are on sale to the general public at ticketmaster.com, the STAR Bank box office at the Embassy, or by calling (260) 424-5665.
Bluffton Hosts Summer Concert Series
A short trip south to Bluffton will have you taking in a handful of concerts this summer. The Kehoe Concert Series at Kehoe Park, behind Dutch Mill Plaza on Ind. 1 in Bluffton on Friday and Sunday evenings.
You know the drill, bring your lawn chair or blanket, a few bucks for the food trucks, and relax. Performing this year are Last Child (Aerosmith tribute) on June 24, Community Worship Celebration on June 26, Fleetwood Gold (Fleetwood Mac tribute) on July 8, OK Boomer Band on July 10, Simply Elton (Elton John tribute) on July 29, Sail On (Beach Boys tribute) on Aug. 5, and Sugar Shot on Aug. 7.
The Friday night shows run 8-10 p.m., while Sunday performances are from 7-8:30 p.m. In the event that Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate, rain site is at the Life Church, 428 S Oak St. See you there!
Fourth of July Celebration at Brandt’s
LiveWire and Pan Man Dan Band will take part in a Fourth of July celebration at Brandt’s Harley-Davidson in Wabash.
This event will take place Saturday, July 2 and include Tim’s Thai 2 Go food truck, beverages, and music.
Pan Man Dan will get things rolling from 11a.m.-1 p.m., and LiveWire will rock out from 1-3 p.m.
If for some reason you cannot attend, Brandt’s will be hosting a Labor Day Jam on Saturday, Sept. 3, with live music by Pan Man Dan Band and 906 Band.
Take Ghost Tour at Bell Mansion Fun Fest
If you haven’t visited The Bell Mansion at 420 W. Wayne St. for a historical tour, ghost tour, or any other special event, the perfect opportunity will come next month.
Bell Fun Fest will be July 30-31 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. each day, and will include food trucks, vendors, a dunk tank, carnival games, tarot readings, a cornhole tournament, prizes, ghost tours every two hours, $5 drop-in yoga classes by Discover Yoga, and tunes by DJ Kenny Redd. Wowsers!
Plenty to sink your teeth into at Bell Fun Fest. Make it a point to stop by one of our city’s hidden gems.
Comedy Night at Deer Park
Deer Park Irish Pub will open its doors to a night of comedy Friday, June 24, at 8 p.m.
Supplying the laughs will be Bryan McCree as seen on Mad TV, Comedy Central, and Comics Unleashed. The nationally known comedian will astound you with his astute observations on life that are edgy and hilarious. He must be doing something right as he has shared the stage with the likes of Sinbad, George Wallace, and the Isley Brothers.
The best part about the show is its free to attend. But of course, bring some dough for the great selection of beverages Deer Park has to offer, as well as Jacks Rolling Food Shack, who will also be on hand serving up sandwiches, pizzas, and tacos.
Middle Waves Festival a Success
Another Middle Waves has come and gone.
After a three-year hiatus, concertgoers returned for two days of live music, food trucks, vendors, and art.
What always sets Middle Waves apart from other local festivals is how they utilize the grounds they are on, with this year at the Foellinger Theatre campus. Things never felt too cramped. There were plenty of food options, the ability to kick back on an inflatable raft in the grass while taking in the vibes, plenty of area to mingle with friends and family, no fighting or paying for parking, treated like kings in the VVIP area, and some of the best local/national music out there. Every performer I saw while there was top-notch.
Hats off to the MW organizers, already looking forward to next year!
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