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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, or to reserve wheelchair seating, please call the Box Office at (574) 293-4469 or (800) 294-8223

  • Saturday Apr 01 Doors open 7:00PM Show starts 8:00PM
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    The Marshall Tucker Band

    Years of rigorous tour schedules earned The Marshall Tucker Band the respect of critics and countless dedicated fans. With hit singles like "Heard It In a Love Song," "Fire On The Mountain," "Can't You See," and "Take The Highway," The Marshall Tucker Band earned seven gold and three platinum albums while they were on the Capricorn Records label. During the 90's, the MTB scored four hit singles on Billboard's country chart and one on Billboard's gospel chart.

    Still led today by founding member and lead singer Doug Gray, they represent a time and place in music that will never be duplicated. Gray is quick to credit the band's current dynamic members with carrying on the timeless essence of The Marshall Tucker Band sound. Together they present a powerful stage presence as they continue to tour the country and continue to be powerful force in the world of music.

    The Marshall Tucker Band wows critics and influences major country acts with its definitive blend of rock, rhythm & blues, jazz, country, and gospel. Now, thanks to the expanding scope of today's music, a new generation of fans is learning what the rest of their fans have known for so long- that good music knows no boundaries. Along the way, the band has recorded 22 studio albums, three DVDs, three live albums and many compilations.

    Opening for the Marshall Tucker Band are The Easthills. The Easthills released their highly anticipated 12 song full-length new album Fear and Temptation in 2016. Fear and Temptation follows the 2013 critically acclaimed album Death Of A Salesman and the 2014 EP World Class Prick. The band also released a series of singles in advance of Fear and Temptation including ”Mothers & Fools”, “Snake In My Gut (Caroline’s Heart), “Holiday Women”, and most recently “Here Without Me”.

  • Friday Apr 07 Doors open 6:30PM Show starts 7:30PM
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    $17.50 Adults
    $15 Seniors
    $12.50 Students
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    Silent Movie Experience: The King of Kings

    With this silent-era spectacle, Cecil B. DeMille cemented his reputation as the master of the biblical epic. Calling the “King of Kings” a cinematic masterpiece barely begins to do it justice, and this Criterion Collection release is absolutely beautiful, turning the widespread notion of silent movies completely on its head.  This print looks like it could have been made yesterday, not 1927, boasting some incredible special effects for it time. Featuring organist Brett Valliant.

    After driving the sin out of Mary Magdalene (Jacqueline Logan) and raising Lazarus (Kenneth Thomson) from the dead, Jesus (H.B. Warner) enters into Jerusalem, where Judas (Joseph Schildkraut) conspires to have him turned over to the authorities. After the Last Supper, Jesus goes to Gethsemane, where he is taken prisoner, and thereafter tried under Pontius Pilate (Victor Varconi) and crucified. He is buried and, as foretold in scripture, resurrected three days later.

  • Saturday Apr 15 Doors open 6:30PM Show starts 7:30PM
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    $30 Adults
    $25 Seniors
    $15 Students

    Eligible for the Gateway Mile
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    Elkhart County Symphony: Hillary Reynolds and Peridot - It Takes Three

    Enjoy Hillary Reynolds’ smooth vocals of introspective folk with her trio featuring cello, guitar and other instruments and artfully  presented with the Orchestra.  She said "We marry folk songs with pop melodies, drawing inspiration from elusive emotions that we all feel, but often struggle to articulate. They’re subtle and powerful and they aren’t easily described by familiar words like 'love' and 'heartbreak.' Most of the time, they are more complicated than that. Peridot is an exploration of universal emotional hues, and we hope every song is a fingerprint." - Hillary Reynolds, Peridot. Also discover the winner of our Annual Wanna Be a Conductor Campaign.

    Eligible for the Gateway Mile Loyalty Card discount.

  • Saturday Apr 22 Doors open 7:00PM Show starts 8:00PM
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    Molly Hatchet & Davy Knowles

    In the early 1970s, a new form of music was emerging. A mixture of blues, country, gospel and the English invasion gave rise to "Southern rock" - music filled with style and emotion. The Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd and a band from Jacksonville called Molly Hatchet paved the way.

    Molly Hatchet's self-titled debut album included Danny Joe Brown, Dave Hlubek, Duane Roland, Steve Holland, Banner Thomas and Bruce Crump in the lineup and reached multi-platinmum status.  The band quickly established its reputation of working hard, playing tough, and living fast through intense touring with such bands as Aerosmith, Bob Seger, The Rolling Stones and many more.

    In 1979, Flirtin' With Disaster was released and history was in the making. After a quarter-century with 250 live shows a year, the band celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2003 with the highly acclaimed and charting live double album, "Locked and Loaded." Following the passing of both Danny Joe Brown and Duane Roland, founding member Dave Hlubek has kept Molly Hatchet's signature sound alive.

    Opening for Molly Hatchet is Davy Knowles. Blues, rock, roots and Americana all have a promising future in Knowles' talented hands. Now on his own after fronting Back Door Slam, he has played opener slots for Warren Haynes & Gov’t Mule, Jeff Beck, the Sammy Hagar-Joe Satriani “super group” Chickenfoot, The Who, George Thorogood, Kid Rock and Lynyrd Skynyrd.

  • Wednesday Apr 26 Doors open 10:00AM Show starts 11:00AM
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    Lunchtime Live! Free Concert Featuring Johnny Dawson

    Johnny Dawson has been playing music all his life. He started out as a drummer in a little 4 piece rock & roll band in the late 60's (Beatles inspired of course). He decided, after a couple of years, that he wanted to sing. So he picked up a guitar.

    The rest, as they say, is history. Johnny has played in country, country rock, and rock & roll bands for years. Because of some encouragement by family and friends, he started performing solo. He added some new technology, such as a vocal harmonizer and a modern drum machine, and he's having a ball.

    Johnny plays a mix of classic rock, pop, blues, a little country, and some things you've never heard before.

  • Saturday Apr 29 Doors open 6:30PM Show starts 8:00PM
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    1964 the Tribute

    Since the early eighties, 1964 the Tribute has been thrilling audiences around the globe by taking them on journey through a quintessential moment in music history that will live forever.

    Over twenty years of researching and performing have made "1964" masters of their craft. They are hailed by critics and fans alike as THE most authentic and endearing Beatles tribute... which has earned them the distinction from Rolling Stone magazine as the "Best Beatles Tribute on Earth."

    "1964" recreates an early '60s live Beatle concert with period instruments, clothing, hairstyles, and onstage banter with an accuracy that is unmatched.

  • Sunday Apr 30 Doors open 1:30PM Show starts 2:30PM
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    Elkhart Municipal Band Free Spring Concert

    The Elkhart Municipal Band celebrates spring with an afternoon of the favorite musical works of American composer Aaron Copland. Copland's claim to fame arose from a series of ballets that gave him notoriety as "The Composer of American Music." Selections of these works will be performed in the program:

    • The award winner for the 1945 Pulitzer Prize for music, "Appalachian Spring."
    • The Great Depression love story, "The Promise of Living," from The Tender Land Suite.
    • The traditional American folk tune, "Rodeo Dance Suite," is being played from the original scores of "The President's Own" U.S. Marine Band Library

    "Fanfare for the Common Man" is a composition inspired by a speech in 1942 proclaiming the new era of a "Century for the Common Man."

    Along with the Copland music, Elkhart's hometown band will showcase its own musicians with exciting and entertaining solos:

    • Chloe Holmes on Trumpet
    • Bryce Cone on AltoSax
    • Michael Coleman on Xylophone

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