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Experience a wide variety of entertainment at the Lerner! You can easily buy tickets online for any of our upcoming shows.
For more information, please call the Box Office at (574) 293-4469 or (800) 294-8223
Saturday Apr 18 Doors open 6:30PM Show starts 7:30PMBuy TicketsReserved Seating
In just a short time Shawn Klush has emerged as the world’s top professional Elvis Tribute Artist. He began by performing in the famous Poconos region followed by a tour of Canada where he entered and won the “Worldwide Elvis Competition” in Montreal. This caught the attention of the award winning Las Vegas show, “Legends in Concert” where he starred as “Elvis in their Las Vegas, Branson, Myrtle Beach and Atlantic City show rooms.
- NC Productions
Sunday Apr 19 Doors open 1:30PM Show starts 2:30PMGeneral Admission
A free commemorative concert marking the 150th anniversary of the Civil War’s conclusion. Featuring a performance of Aaron Copland's Lincoln Portrait, John Philip Sousa, and The Finale of Tchaikovsky's Symphony Number 4. Also featuring an authentic Civil War era Brass Band from 1:45-2:15pm
Friday Apr 24 Doors open 7:00PM Show starts 8:00PMBuy TicketsReserved Seating
meet & greet,
and a signed poster.
VIP Meet & Greet is 6:30
to 7:30. Patrons will need their
VIP ticket stub for access.
John Lennon's sister, Julia Baird, will be appearing at The Lerner as part of this event, signing copies of "Imagine This: Growing Up with My Brother John Lennon." She also will participate in the VIP meet-and-greet.
This is not your ordinary Beatles tribute band. Find out why John Lennon’s sister, Julia Baird, says, “There are a lot of Beatles’ tribute bands from all over the world and I have seen them all, but The Mersey Beatles are the best I’ve heard."
The ONLY ALL LIVERPOOL BORN Beatles cover band; house band for 10 years at the world famous CAVERN CLUB, where the Beatles got their start. They have played 20 countries selling out shows worldwide … but never on U.S. soil. It has been 50 years since the Beatles’ U.S. Invasion - and now four new lads from Liverpool are making their U.S. debut!
VIP Meet & Greet is 6:30 to 7:30. Patrons will need their VIP ticket stub for access.
Eligible for the Gateway Mile Loyalty Card discount.
Saturday Apr 25 Doors open 7:00PM Show starts 8:00PMBuy TicketsReserved Seating
It's been a long and dusty road since 1922 when, at a dig in the desert south of Tunis, Professor Nigel Quentin Fontanelle Dumblucke IV (1895-) unearthed the ruins of an ancient discotheque to find a dozen undead Egyptian mummies inexplicably throwing down what he dubbed, "Terrifying Funk From Beyond the Grave." From these hovering souls, who called themselves Here Come The Mummies, Professor Dumb Iucke learned of the powerful curse that doomed them to wander the earth, seeking the ultimate riff, the one that may allow their spirits to rest after eons of, as they put it, "banging out solid fly grooves, y'all."
But their story was murky at best... What is clear is that these saucy specters resurfaced around the turn of the Millennium. Without so much as a hot bath, HCTM would open for P-Funk and AI Green, rock Super Bowl Village 2012, become regulars on The Bob and Tom Show and at massive festivals like Summerfest and Musikfest, and make themselves the darlings of sell-out crowds over wide swaths of North America. Maybe that's why the ladies (and some dudes) can't stop losing their minds over these mayhem-inducing mavens of mirth.
2013 saw HCTM pool what remained of their dusty hearts, addled brains, and withered appendages to make Cryptic, their acclaimed sixth studio album. 2014 has been HCTM's most prolific year to date! Three of five scheduled 5-song EPs have been released so far: A La Mode, Pull it Off, and Shocker. An adapted version of Rejuvannihilation, a new full-length concert film, is airing across the US on Public Television's Front and Center.
Some say they were cursed after deflowering a great Pharaoh's daughter. Others claim they are reincarnated Grammy-Winning studio musicians. Regardless, HCTM's mysterious personas, cunning song-craft, and unrelenting live show will bend your brain, and melt your face. Get ready, Here Come The Mummies.
Sunday Apr 26 Doors open 1:00PM Show starts 2:00PMBuy TicketsReserved Seating
$6 Children 6 and Up
Children Under 6 Free
Dance recital presented by the Elkhart Youth & Community Center
Wednesday Apr 29 Doors open 10:00AM Show starts 11:00AMGeneral Admission
Edward Jones Investments presents Lunchtime Live! Featuring Swingin' Senior Saxes and Heart City Brass.
The Swingin' Senior Saxes & Company (SSS & Co) started as a sax choir shortly after Pauls Schulz and Larry Shaeffer founded the New Horizons Band of Elkhart in 2000. The original membership was saxophones only, and was called a saxophone choir. After a couple of weeks, Norm Heaton on drums and Al Norris on piano were added. Since then, more saxophones, a clarinet. trumpet and bass have been added, so that the current group consists of 12 people, all of them members of the New Horizons Band, playing music from the 1900;s to the 1970's and 80's. Some of the tunes are stock arrangements and some are arranged by Al Norris. The group plays at retirement homes, nursing homes, churches, and service clubs. The present group consists of 12 members, as follows: Alto Sax: Wayne Stutsman, Betty Plunkett, Duane Peterson, Jane Slabaugh; Tenor Sax: Jim Blacklaw, Leonard Skinner, Marlene Schroeder; Clarinet: Judy Defries; Trumpet: Karen Wesdorp; Bass: Jim Baker; Drums: Norm Heaton; Piano, arranger, & director: Al Norris