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VENUE CHANGE for Alison Krauss to Century CenterStarting at $65.00
Due to a building issue at the Morris Performing Arts Center, which was shared earlier this week, the Alison Krauss concert will be moved to the Century Center, just two blocks away from the Morris in downtown South Bend.
The Alison Krauss concert will remain at the same date and time – Wednesday, September 12 at 8 p.m. Eastern. The relocated concert will take place in the Exhibit Hall of the Century Center, which is located at 120 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, South Bend, IN 46601. “We appreciate your understanding of this unforeseen situation and apologize for any inconvenience this causes fans,” said Aaron Perri, Executive Director of South Bend’s Venues Parks & Arts.
The doors to the Century Center will open at 6:30 p.m. Eastern for ticket holders to enter. Doors to the concert hall open at 7 p.m. All guests are strongly encouraged to arrive at least 30 minutes in advance of the show starting, which is at 8 p.m.
Ticket holders who purchased their tickets with an email address or phone number were contacted with detailed instructions regarding the change in location for this event.
Alison Krauss’ new album, Windy City, is her first project away from her band, Union Station, in a decade. The album, which is her debut project for Capitol Records and produced by the legendary Buddy Cannon, has received critical acclaim and two GRAMMY nominations. Alison has won 7 Country Music Association Awards and 27 GRAMMY Awards, including five for Raising Sand. Her collaboration with Robert Plant won Album of the Year and Record of the Year in 2009. Alison Krauss and Union Station’s 2011 Paper Airplane album won the GRAMMY Award for Best Bluegrass Album and topped Billboard’s Folk, Country and Bluegrass charts.
$65.00 – $95.00
*No ticket refunds, unless a show is cancelled.
Convenient garage parking is located at the public garage on the corner of Main and Colfax and at DoubleTree by Hilton/1st Source Bank complex. Parking is also available on the streets within walking distance of the Morris and also at the Leighton Center on Washington Street between Main and Michigan Streets.
PLEASE NOTE: The surface parking lots immediately to the north of the Morris Performing Arts Center are private lots. No public parking is permitted in the Hoffman or LaSalle Building lots. Vehicles risk being towed.