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Posted on: May 10, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Music Highlights Summer Fun in Pontiac

Inside the Pontiac Museum Complex, you will discover a wonderful "Life in the 1040s" exhibit. After you browse the exhibit and learn about life back in that turbulent decade, come to the Eagle Performing Arts and Conference Center to enjoy hearing the music and stories live.


MUSIC OF THE FORTIES

Ron Selle and Darlene Agner will be live at the Eagle Performing Art and Conference Center on July 1 and July 15 to present their popular musical program that features the songs of the "Big Band" era. They were exciting years, those years of the big band, when, for less than a dollar, you could spend an entire evening watching, listening, and dancing to the songs of your favorite orchestra and singers. Audiences back then thrilled to the sounds of Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey and others.

Selle and Agner will guide you back through time with stories and songs that stand as musical mileposts through the turbulent decades of the 1940s.

On July 1, there will be a Matinee show with lunch catered by Bernardi's II. Reservations are required for the luncheon show and tickets are priced at $25 per person. The meal service begins at Noon.

On July 15th, the performance will not include a meal. However, it will include the full performance. Tickets for the July 15 performance without food service are priced at $10 per person and reservations are recommended. Call (815) 844-1187 to make your reservations today.

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