"Sweet Caroline" World Tour
Aug 10, 2019 | 8:00PM
Heartlight Entertainment, together with the Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana, announced today that the Neil Diamond-inspired Sweet Caroline Tour arrives in Evansville for a Benefit Concert performance on Saturday, August 10, 2019 at 8 pm at the Victory Theater to benefit the Parkinson's Awareness Support Association of the Tri-State.
The Sweet Caroline World Tour was created in response to Neil Diamond’s retirement from the stage due to his Parkinson’s diagnosis announced in early 2018. It’s stated two-year Mission is to raise awareness and $5 Million Dollars to support Parkinson’s organizations worldwide. This one-of-a-kind Benefit Concert is headlined by the # 1 Neil Diamond performer in the world –
Jay White – and features a 9 piece musical ensemble that includes two Neil Diamond Band members – legendary percussionist/conga player King Errisson and orchestrator/keyboardist Mark Levang.
For more information on the Tour and headliner Jay White, please visit www.JayWhiteLive.com.
Sponsorships and show proceeds directly benefit Evansville Parkinson patients and caregivers. Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana Director Erika Branch stated: “We are thrilled to invite the community to this exciting concert event to support the Evansville Parkinson Community!”
Tickets are $28, $41, $51 and $78
A limited number of VIP ($78) packages are available and include Premium seats, cocktail reception, backstage passes for a Meet & Greet with Artist and Neil Diamond Band Members and early admission for Soundcheck.
About the Parkinson Support Group of Kentuckiana:
The Parkinson Support Center is a independent non-profit organization dedicated to providing access to care, education, and social assistance to patients and families affected by Parkinson’s disease in Kentucky and Indiana. Our mission is to promote a healthier and improved quality of life for those living with Parkinson’s disease in our communities. We have two main areas of focus:
1) Programs and services for people with Parkinson’s disease; and
2) Public education and awareness.
For more information please visit http://parkinsoncenter.org/.