Friday July 28th 2017

Mindi Abair at The Genesee- FREE CONCERT

genesseeWho says there is no such thing as a “free lunch”. Well, it may not be lunch, but the Genesee Theatre, located in Downtown Waukegan, is offering a free presentation on Thursday, May 19th at 7 p.m.

Ms. Abair, a renowned musician, will put on a show . Her music! 8 albums with 10 #1 Jazz hits, Grammy Nominee “Wild Heart”, Two seasons on American Idol! Ms Abair has recorded with the Backstreet Boys, Greg Allman, Max Weinberg, Aerosmith and many others.

She is a graduate of Berkley College of Music, has authored a book “How To Play Madison Square Garden” and is a magazine staff writer for Wine and Jazz Magazine.minditheoposter_edited

This is a chance for you to experience the woman and her music as well a sthe beauty of this treasure of the NorthShore, The Genesee.

There are two ways to get your tickets:

You can pick them up at the box office- FREE or if you prefer, order at www.Ticketmaster.com, where you will pay a service charge of $5.00

For more information, call 1-847-263-6300 or visit www.geneseetheatre.com

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