FREE OUTDOOR CONCERT
Sponsored by Patty Cress
The Ogle Center at Indiana University Southeast will present THE FABULOUS EQUINOX ORCHESTRA on Monday, September 20 at 7:30 p.m. at the Caesars Foundation of Floyd County Amphitheater located behind the Ogle Center on the IU Southeast campus, 4201 Grant Line Road in New Albany. Admission is FREE, but advance registration is strongly recommended. To register, visit oglecenter.com.
ABOUT THE FABULOUS EQUINOX ORCHESTRA
Meet your next two best friends — Jeremy Davis and Clay Johnson, along with their fabulous big band!
All across America and around the world, audiences have fallen in love with these two sophisticated Southern gentlemen and the high-energy show featuring the Fabulous Equinox Orchestra. Along with the greatest songs, the best original arrangements, and phenomenal musicianship, these two bring their rich camaraderie and charm to the stage. Inspired by the style and swagger of legendary entertainers like Frank and Dean and Sammy, Davis & Johnson are making their own revisions to the Great American songbook. This recipe for 100% audience approval includes the favorite melodies from recent history–a dash of Motown, a shot of Country, some folk and rock sprinkled on top–and the stories behind them, serving up a musical banquet that feeds every soul.
After more than a year, the Ogle Center is thrilled to once again invite audiences to the IU Southeast campus — specifically to our outdoor† Caesars Foundation of Floyd County Amphitheater — for world-class entertainment. What’s more, thanks to the generous sponsorship by a long-time friend of the Ogle Center, Patty Cress, we are delighted to offer this outdoor† concert free of charge and with only minimal COVID* restrictions (see below). Some seating will be provided, but we encourage the audience to bring folding chairs.
†NOTE: In the event of cancellation due to weather, this performance will not be rescheduled.
As this is an outdoor event, the wearing of masks outdoors will not be required but is encouraged. However, in accordance with Indiana University policy, masks will be required within any building on campus (i.e., to access restrooms, vending machines, etc.). Free masks will be provided at entrances to the Ogle Center and Knobview Hall.