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Fall in Fort Wayne

Coming to a Stage in Fort Wayne

Summer is such a fantastic time of year for music. There are festivals and tours galore, and many of the performances are out in the open air. I myself am currently ticking off the concerts I want to attend in Fort Wayne in the coming months. If you are too, be sure to consider some of the world-famous acts that will be gracing the city in the later part of the summer…

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Get to Know a Fort Wayne Philharmonic Musician

From their family-friendly performances that helps introduce classical music to the young to their sell-out Pops concerts that bring together crowd favorites like Harry Potter Filmsand classic scores, don’t miss any opportunity to enjoy a Fort Wayne Philharmonic performance…

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The 90s Invade Fort Wayne

Calling all children of the 90’s! Fort Wayne will host the I Love the 90’s Tour at the Memorial Coliseum on Thursday, November 3. So whether you’re already planning to visit during that time or are looking for a way to kick off a fun weekend here, this is a concert you won’t want to miss…

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Two Great Concerts at Foellinger Theatre

The Foellinger Theatre's 2016 concert series is insane! Fort Wayne, Indiana, is proud to host a "who's who" of rock ‘n' roll legends all summer long. The lineup kicks off this month with Ann and Nancy Wilson - aka Heart - hitting the stage on Friday, May 13 and the "Spend the Night With Alice…

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Barry Manilow Back in Fort Wayne

Every writer, I'd venture to guess, has, at least, one idea for a screenplay. I have a few, including an adaptation of one of soft rock's greatest hits, Rupert Holmes' "Escape (The Piña Colada Song)." I've thought about this a lot, and the biggest hurdle I'd need to overcome is deciding what tone…

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Celtic Woman at Embassy--World-Class Style

  To see Mairead Nesbitt, the female fiddler for Celtic Woman, on stage reminds me of a wild woodland sprite. She dances, jumps, and spins around on stage, while simultaneously strumming a complex tune on her violin. It almost makes me dizzy to watch her. We had watched several of their shows on our local PBS station and during a previous experience when they appeared in Fort Wayne…

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