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Spring Activities

The Art Lover's Guide to Fort Wayne, Indiana

When I moved to Fort Wayne from Ann Arbor, MI in 2015, I felt some trepidation. Most of my fellow graduates from the University of Michigan’s Master of Music program were moving to New York or Chicago, with their bustling arts communities; when I told them I was moving to Indiana to take a full-time singing position, they raised their eyebrows. Little did they--and I--know that I was walking into an arts goldmine…

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The Clyde Theatre: A Fort Wayne, Indiana Treasure Revived

The Clyde Theatre is an old Fort Wayne, Indiana favorite, with a history dating back to 1951. It started out as a movie theatre, changed names, closed, became a church, and now rises from the ashes as an impressive concert venue with a capacity in the thousands. And national artists are noticing: in their first few months, The Clyde is hosting The Used, The Flaming Lips, B.B. King’s Blues Band, and more…

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Tour Fort Wayne Like a Local

Fort Wayne is a fun place. We’ve come a long way in the nearly four decades I’ve called this town home. The locals find more and more to do each year. Discover how you can live like a local in Indiana's second-largest city…

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Miranda Sings Live at the Embassy Theatre

I first became aware of Miranda Sings while I was studying opera at the University of Southern California. It was 2010 when a friend told me I just “had to” watch Miranda Sings’ California Gurls video: I remember feeling a mixture of amusement and horror while watching the video, and I was relieved to find out the truth behind the woman on the screen. Since 2010, Miranda Sings has earned international acclaim and will be performing in Fort Wayne’s very own Embassy Theater on September 15…

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