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Legendary Showtunes Concert By LCSO

    On Sunday, July 25 from 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m the La Porte County Symphony Orchestra (LCSO) will perform “Legendary Showtunes & More.”  The concert takes place outdoors at Friendship Botanic Gardens (FBG) for a legendary evening for families and adults. 

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   Concluding its 48th season, the LCSO is a pillar of the performing arts in the area, serving audiences across seven counties. On Sunday, July 25, the LCSO, along with Interim Music Director and Conductor, Chuck Steck, will join together and perform under FBG’s Celebration Pavilion for an evening full of Broadway and movie tunes. 2020 Hoosier STAR winners, Alyse Flores (Shown Above-Adult Division) and Julia Larson (Youth Division) will also be performing. Food and drink will be available for purchase at this joint fundraiser for FBG and the LCSO.

     “We cannot wait to perform again at Friendship Gardens,” said LCSO Executive Director, Tim King. “The Pavilion is exactly the right kind of venue for a summer performance. We really enjoyed the experience there last summer and look forward to a continued relationship with Friendship Gardens.”

     Advanced ticket purchase is available at www.friendshipbotanicgardens.org. Tickets will also be available for purchase at the FBG entrance gate the day of the event, cash or card accepted. General admission for adults is $50; 17 and under are free. Gates open at 6:00 p.m. with music starting promptly at 7:00 p.m.
This is the second LCSO concert at Friendship Botanic Gardens.

“We couldn’t be happier that the La Porte County Symphony is joining us again this year for a continual concert series,” said FBG Board President, John Leinweber. The LCSO’s quality and dedication to symphonic music is beyond exceptional.”

Chairs will be available for use in the Celebration Meadow; however, guests are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs or blankets. No outside food or drink allowed in the venue.

Both the LCSO and FBG ask that guests practice socially distanced seating and wear face coverings when it is not possible to stay at least 6 feet away from others outside of their own family and friends.

For more information about the LCSO and other upcoming concerts, visit www.lcso.net.

Friendship Botanic Gardens is located at 2055 East US Highway 12, Michigan City, IN 46360. For more information call (219) 878-9885, send an email to events@friendshipbotanicgardens.org or visit www.friendshipbotanicgardens.org.

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