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The Talleys

Today, 7:00pm
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Doug Stone

Friday, January 24, 2020, 7:00pm
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Jason Crabb

Saturday, January 25, 2020, 4:00pm
Showtime: 4:00pm | Doors Open: 3:30pm Prices: Tickets Only - $44.95 | Dinner and Theater - $61.95 This concert will be held at the Blue Gate Music Hall Buy My Tickets Now! GRAMMY® winner Jason...

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Find special events and one-of-a-kind things to do in Shipshewana and LaGrange County all-year long. With so much going on in Amish Country, it's impossible to see all the great local events during your visit. Special events in Shipshewana, Indiana and neighboring towns run year-round, ensuring that you'll always experience unique festivals, fairs, exhibits, theater & concerts when visiting us in LaGrange County.

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The Talleys

Showtime: 7:00pm | Doors Open: 6:30pm Prices: Tickets Only - $24.95 | Dinner and Theater - $42.95 (plus tax & fees) This concert will be held at the Blue Gate Music Hall This show on sale Nov 8th, 2019 at 10am! The Talleys have become one of the most beloved and respected groups in Christian music. The east Tennessee family's unmistakable style of progressive southern gospel has kept them at the forefront of gospel music for many years. The hallmarks of the "Talley" sound are their lush arrangements, close-knit harmonies and powerful vocals. The Talleys' top priority in concert is to lift up Christ in their music while presenting the message with class and excellence. Their professionalism is only superseded by their ability to connect with an audience through warmth and sincerity. They have enjoyed 10 number one singles, with 2 streaks of consecutive chart-toppers. Their most awarded, recognizable and requested songs include the hits: Searchin' The Healer I Love The Lord The Answer Is Christ Jesus Saves His Life For Mine The Debt The Broken Ones That's Enough Life Goes On

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1/18/2020 7:00pm - 10:00pm
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Blue Gate Music Hall
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Doug Stone

Showtime: 7pm | Doors Open: 6:30pm Prices: Tickets Only - $39.95 | Dinner and Theater - $57.95 This Concert will be held at the Blue Gate Music Hall Buy My Tickets Now! Contemporary country star Doug Stone made his name as a lonesome baritone balladeer, though he's also adept at hard uptempo country. Stone was born and raised in Newnan, GA, and learned guitar from his mother -- also a country singer -- starting at age five. As a teenager, he performed in skating rinks in his hometown and later moved on to playing area bars while working long hours as a mechanic during the day. Stone was already several years past 30 when a Nashville-based manager saw his act and helped him finally land a record deal with Epic. His self-titled debut was released in 1990 and broke him in a big way with the despairing lead single "I'd Be Better Off (In a Pine Box)," which shot into the country Top Five. Stone landed three more Top Ten hits from the album, including "Fourteen Minutes Old," "These Lips Don't Know How to Say Goodbye," and his first number one, "In a Different Light." He quickly completed a follow-up album, I Thought It Was You, for release in 1991, which confirmed his downtrodden persona and became his second straight million-seller on the strength of three Top Five hits: the title track, "Come in Out of the Pain," and a second number one in "A Jukebox with a Country Song." Shortly before the release of his third album, From the Heart, in 1992, Stone underwent quadruple bypass surgery; he recovered in time to issue the holiday album The First Christmas by year's end. Meanwhile, From the Heart kept spinning off one hit after another: "Warning Labels" and "Made for Lovin' You" went Top Ten, and both "Too Busy Being in Love" and "Why Didn't I Think of That" topped the charts. Stone continued his frantic hitmaking pace with 1993's More Love, which contained three Top Ten smashes in "Addicted to a Dollar," "I Never Knew Love," and the title track. Like From the Heart, More Love went gold, and Stone followed it in 1995 with the compilation Greatest Hits, Vol. 1, whose newly recorded "Little Houses" went Top Ten. Later in the year, Stone returned with Faith in Me, Faith in You; while it featured hits in the title track and "Born in the Dark," nothing reached the Top Ten. To make matters worse, his health problems continued: in December 1995, he suffered a near-fatal heart attack, and the recuperation time put the recording of his next album on hold. In 1997, Stone was nearly killed in a plane crash, and all the near-death experiences led him to slow down his touring and recording pace. He eventually parted ways with Columbia and went to Atlantic for 1999's Make Up in Love, his most pop-oriented offering to date. Thanks to declining sales, it was his only album for the label, and he subsequently moved to the independent Audium label for 2002's The Long Way. Live at Billy Bob's Texas was released by Smith Music Group in 2009.

Date & Time
1/24/2020 7:00pm - 10:00pm
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Blue Gate Music Hall
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Jason Crabb

Showtime: 4:00pm | Doors Open: 3:30pm Prices: Tickets Only - $44.95 | Dinner and Theater - $61.95 This concert will be held at the Blue Gate Music Hall Buy My Tickets Now! GRAMMY® winner Jason Crabb is well known as one of the most compelling voices in any genre of music. With his power, range, and passion, he has moved easily among musical styles including gospel, country, pop and southern gospel. With his Reunion Records debut, Whatever The Road, fans of that incredible talent will gain a deeper understanding of the heart behind the voice. In recording his fifth solo album, Crabb poured himself into his songwriting and the payoff is his most personal album yet. In further expanding his creative resume, the dynamic young artist explores the things that matter most and the greatness of the God he serves. "You have to reach in deeper places to write music, and with songwriting you have to stay there for a little bit," says Crabb, who co-wrote seven of the album's ten songs. Working with producers Jason Ingram (Chris Tomlin, Tenth Avenue North, Kari Jobe), and Paul Mabury (Lauren Daigle, One Sonic Society), Crabb takes a bold new step forward, not just lyrically but stylistically, and has finely honed a collection of anthems for the church that have sophisticated pop sensibilities as well as deep, substantive lyrics. "I've never wanted to be pigeon-holed. I just wanted to make music. I finally found that if you're part of the creative process of the song, then it becomes you. With this record, I feel like it's a little more of who I am than what I've been. It's where I want to be and it's wonderful." Crabb unleashes his passionate voice on the most potent collection of songs yet in his already distinguished career. There's a strong current of hope running throughout the album, particularly with the song, "He Won't Leave You There." In the chorus, Crabb sings, "When the darkness overwhelms you and the fear just won't subside, when your questions outweigh answers on those long and lonely nights, when you've got to keep on moving, He is with you in the valley of despair, and He won't leave you there." "I just want to encourage people and give them hope," Crabb says. "The album is titled Whatever The Road, and I want people to know that whichever direction or whatever road you're headed down, God is going to walk with you." Crabb also doesn't shy away from tackling tough topics such as the album's first single, "He Knows What He's Doing," which was inspired by an 11-year-old fan named Lily. "Lily showed up at a concert and wanted to sing 'Love is Stronger' with me on stage," Crabb recalls, smiling as he remembers their duet. "So this song is about her. She was battling cancer when we first met and she's gone home to be with the Lord now." Another poignant moment on the album is the tender ballad, "Home," which was written by Jason's father Gerald Crabb, a Dove Award-winning songwriter. "I had already recorded it and then grandma passed," he says of losing his maternal grandmother, Billie Richardson, in early 2015. "When I recorded it, I didn't know that that was going to be my song for her at that moment, but you know? I'm thankful. When I sing it, I just close my eyes and think of her in her little blue house, fixin' everybody something to eat, but I'm not going to see her ever again like that, and that's a big chapter closed." Though the album has a few heart-tugging moments, Whatever The Road also includes the buoyant tune, "It's a Good Life." Stylistically, the song is reminiscent of Tom Petty's earthy anthems, but lyrically, it's strictly autobiographical. "If I Shout" is a vibrant celebration of how Jesus can change a life. "Chance for a Miracle" is a thought-provoking anthem that demonstrates Crabb's ability to wring every drop of emotion out of a well-crafted lyric. "This Life for You" is a heartfelt declaration of faith with a Celtic-flavored melody that underscores the bold message. The album closes with "Mysterious Ways," a clever story-song about a young man who survives a car accident with a twist at the end that induces chills. From inspiring ballads to jubilant, up-tempo tunes, the common denominator in every song is the passion and authenticity Crabb brings to every vocal performance. It's a gift he's cultivated from a young age. A native of tiny Beaver Dam, Kentucky, Crabb rose to prominence singing with his siblings as the Crabb Family. The talented, musically progressive family band broadened the scope of southern gospel music and became one of the most successful groups in the genre. When his siblings decided to pursue separate ministries, Jason released his first solo album in 2009, and it earned him his first Grammy the following year. Since then, he's amassed numerous industry accolades, among them 21 Dove Awards, including wins in the "Artist," "Male Vocalist," and "Song of the Year" categories. In addition to his recording career, Crabb is also an actor and author. He shared his life story in the inspiring book, Trusting God to Get you Through, and has written a series of successful children's books. To honor Jason Crabb, his hometown of Beaver Dam recently named the road adjacent to their new amphitheater after him - "Jason Crabb Drive." In everything he does, Crabb's constant goal is to bring glory to his heavenly Father. He's always been known as a gifted vocalist, but on Whatever The Road, Jason Crabb reveals more through his songwriting than he ever has before. In an already impressive career, Whatever The Road is a landmark album but recognition isn't what Crabb is looking for at all. "I love making music. I love singing. I love throwin' down and having a blast on stage," he smiles, "but what an honor it was to get to share my life in these songs."

Date & Time
1/25/2020 4:00pm - 7:00pm
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Blue Gate Music Hall
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Laura Story

Showtime: 7:00pm | Doors Open: 6:30pm Prices: Tickets Only - $49.95 | Dinner and Theater - $67.95 This Concert will be held at the Blue Gate Music Hall Buy My Tickets Now! It's one thing to write compelling, heart-stirring, emotionally rich songs of worship, praise and honor to Christ. People have been doing it for centuries, forming the backbone of faith traditions the world over. It's another thing entirely to bare your soul, share your vulnerabilities and risk criticism and career success by challenging the mold and daring to say that God is not necessarily a God of happy endings. Instead, He is the God of every story. This is what Laura Story is learning day by day. "The truth is, I don't necessarily understand the story God is writing in my life," she says with her characteristic matter-of-factness. "But that doesn't mean that God is any less faithful. For better or worse, this is definitely the ministry God has called us to. I know it wasn't a coincidence. Seven years ago I was offered a record deal and Martin [my husband] was diagnosed with a brain tumor within 48 hours. I thought we would be doing ministry with a nice tidy bow on it. We haven't gotten a nice, tidy bow. But that's part of what makes it so real - I mean who really ever gets the nice tidy bow anyway?" The personal struggle and joy Laura has walked in this season is what poignantly inspired God Of Every Story. The intersection of a new opportunity and a tragedy is also what originally spawned her runaway hit "Blessings," that took home a GRAMMY, a Billboard Music Award and three Dove Awards. Laura's unabashed conviction to write and sing truth about life's ups and downs and heartache and joy, and everything in between, touched a heartstring that resonated around the world as others continue to see how God was present in their own circumstances and stories that just made no sense. "The response I got from writing from such an intimate place with 'Blessings' was really surprising and so freeing," Laura shares. "When I saw I wasn't alone and how my honesty was able to minister, I feel like I tapped into this whole other place of writing. That's where I wrote from on this album. It's by far the best collection of songs I've ever put together. I like the other CD. I love this CD. I truly feel proud of what the Lord had me say in this collection of songs." A sure favorite on God Of Every Story is "Keeper of the Stars," which Laura describes as "a continuation of 'Indescribable,'" the song that she wrote and was recorded by Chris Tomlin. "It's been amazing to see what God has done with 'Indescribable,'" says the artist who also leads worship at Atlanta's Perimeter Church. "But the last couple of years God has been challenging me to take it a step further. If I can trust Him to hold the stars in place and orchestrate the sun and the moon and superintend the seasons, how much more should I trust Him with our daily details? It's not just that He is seen in creation. He is also our sustainer-a reliable and faithful God." Those daily details have become even more intricate, exhausting and glorious as Laura and Martin have welcomed their first child into their family. "Becoming a mom has been by far the greatest adventure Martin and I have embarked upon thus far in our lives," shares Laura. "She is an amazing little girl, and a true picture of grace. That God would truly know me, how flawed a human being I am, and entrust to me this new and wonderful person... It's beyond me." But wouldn't you know...God didn't leave it at that. In the midst of her awe, another song arose-from the spark of Creation, to the miracle of birth to the weight of what God the Father sacrificed upon that cross. "'You Gave Your Life' is a song I wrote for our church this past Easter," Laura shares. "I was seeing the Easter story in a new and fresh way. It was my first Easter with a daughter. I hadn't thought about it much, but when I was reading John 3:16, I just stopped right there. I've read it a thousand times, but never with the gravity of a parent giving their only child. I delight in Josie so much as an imperfect and selfish person. How much more did God delight in His son, yet still gave Him. It's a whole other level of love that we can't even fathom." For Laura, this new dimension of love juxtaposed with the discovery of a new chasm of neediness unlike any she has experienced before, is ultimately what threw away the blinders about the reality of pain and her own ability or inability to reconcile that truth with the inexhaustible covenant of an unconditional, unrelenting love story. "The baby is the epitome of neediness," says Laura with a laugh. "She can't do anything on her own. But it's a delight to take care of her. God delights in us needing Him too. It's not like we should ever graduate to a place where we need God less." That's a lesson that did not come overnight or without serious internal reflection and surrender. "I play a good many roles in my life. Worship leader, songwriter, artist, mom, wife of a disabled husband. And often I find myself trying to play the extra role of God," Laura shares. "I find myself trying to take on tasks I was never meant to do. Not necessarily trying to part of the sea of Atlanta traffic, but I find myself trying to manipulate situations that are out of my control. That's not just blasphemous; it's futile. I would be a terrible God. I'm barely a decent me. I hate to appear that I'm needy, but I am a needy person because God created me that way. I'm learning just to submit and honor His role as God in my life." That's what Laura is writing about and revealing on the song 'I Can Just Be Me,' the album's debut single. That's the journey...the heart...the transparency that makes God Of Every Story more than just another album or great collection of songs. It's more than eloquent words to an infinite, omnipotent, omnipresent God. More than another happy ending... More than just another story. It's every story.

Date & Time
1/31/2020 7:00pm - 10:00pm
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Blue Gate Music Hall
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Pajama Day Sale

February 1, 2020 Shipshewana IN - The inns, hotels and B & B's have already started to accept your reservations for the annual Shipshewana Pajama Sale, as hundreds make plans for their annual trip for overnight pajama parties, and early morning shopping in their jammies. Most stores open doors at 6 a.m. and some even earlier.

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2/1/2020
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Throughout Shipshewana
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Mylon Hayes Family

The Mylon Hayes Family, from Hudson, NC, is a complete family ministering on full time basis. Mylon is originally from Boone, NC and has sung most of his life with his family, The Hayes Family. Wendy is originally from Morganton, NC and sang solos in her church throughout her life as well. Mylon and Wendy were married in 1995. God has blessed them with 3 wonderful children, twin boys Conner and Bailey who are now 20 years old and a daughter Kennedy that is 16. Kennedy is homeschooled, allowing them the flexibility they need to travel.

Date & Time
2/1/2020 2:00pm - 4:00pm
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Blue Gate Music Hall, 760 S Van Buren St, Shipshewana
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Darryl Worley Trio

Showtime: 7pm | Doors Open: 6:30pm Prices: Tickets Only - $44.95 | Dinner and Theater - $62.95 This Concert will be held at the Blue Gate Music Hall Buy My Tickets Now! The rich, reedy tones and all-American, blue-collar themes in his #1 hits "I Miss My Friend," "Awful, Beautiful Life" and "Have You Forgotten?" are reminders of the down-to-Earth, Haggard-like Darryl Worley you always knew. The island vibes and blue-eyed soul in new songs "It's Good To Be Me," "Lay It On Me" and "Lonely Alone" suggest there's another, almost-funky, version of Worley that's been kept under wraps. The alternate sides are both on display in Second Wind: Latest and Greatest, a project that mixes the traditional-country history he established in Nashville with the ragged soul that's deep in the bones of Muscle Shoals, a musical Alabama hotbed where Worley got his start. The area hosted hit sessions for Aretha Franklin, Bob Seger, Wilson Pickett and The Rolling Stones, and the sweaty swagger of the region's recording studios was a perfect fit for Worley as he recorded an album that re-establishes him in country culture.

Date & Time
2/7/2020 7:00pm - 10:00pm
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Blue Gate Music Hall
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The Return - Ultimate Beatles Experience

THE RETURN got its start back in 1995 when four young friends got together to play their favorite Beatles songs just for the fun of it. It wasn't long before they played in front of an audience at the request of a friend and as it turned out, were very well received. That show-which was supposed to be a one time thing--led to another gig, which led to another and so on until the band found themselves playing on a regular basis. They decided to go ahead and make it official. They named themselves the Roaches. As time went on, they began to polish up their act a bit and became fixated on the idea of striving for the highest level of authenticity possible. They wanted to recreate the early sixties Beatles concert experience from the tiniest detail (John Lennon's on-stage gum-chewing) to the biggest, most expensive details (using exact replicas of the instruments and gear the Beatles used). While they were learning to comb their moptops just right and finding the right Beatle boots and black suits to wear, they were also learning each song note for note, rhythm for rhythm-getting the signature moves and 'looks' of the Fab Four down pat, too. They practiced relentlessly--with a growing passion for getting their show just right. In the years that followed a few members came and went, and the band took on a more professional presence. They got an agent, changed their name to the Return, and began to command the attention of more widely renowned clients not only in the United States, but in multiple other countries as well-including England. "They are known as one of the best Beatles cover bands in the country for a reason, and it was evident from our fans' reaction to hearing them play." - Scott Cunningham ~ Director of Entertainment ~ Atlanta Braves Today the band still strives to maintain the utmost level of authenticity in their show. In fact, they are known for it. They've played thousands of shows -theatres, festivals, fairs, casinos, cruise ships, colleges and universities, weddings, birthday parties, bar mitzvahs--as well as countless corporate events for companies like Coca Cola, ABC, Hard Rock Cafe, and Volkswagen International--and the reaction is the same every time. People are amazed at how much the Return sounds and looks just like the Beatles. "They were great! Their energy and enthusiasm jumps off the stage. It was quite fun to watch them and imagine what it must have been like at an actual Beatles concert!" - Tony Perkins ~ Good Morning America The Return has crafted a truly authentic, entertaining, and very exciting show. And in doing so, the band not only delivers a near perfect reproduction of a live Beatles concert--they capture the very essence of the Beatles themselves.

Date & Time
2/8/2020 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Location
Blue Gate Music Hall, 670 S. Van Buren St., Shipshewana, IN 46565
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The Return - Ultimate Beatles Experience

THE RETURN got its start back in 1995 when four young friends got together to play their favorite Beatles songs just for the fun of it. It wasn't long before they played in front of an audience at the request of a friend and as it turned out, were very well received. That show-which was supposed to be a one time thing--led to another gig, which led to another and so on until the band found themselves playing on a regular basis. They decided to go ahead and make it official. They named themselves the Roaches. As time went on, they began to polish up their act a bit and became fixated on the idea of striving for the highest level of authenticity possible. They wanted to recreate the early sixties Beatles concert experience from the tiniest detail (John Lennon's on-stage gum-chewing) to the biggest, most expensive details (using exact replicas of the instruments and gear the Beatles used). While they were learning to comb their moptops just right and finding the right Beatle boots and black suits to wear, they were also learning each song note for note, rhythm for rhythm-getting the signature moves and 'looks' of the Fab Four down pat, too. They practiced relentlessly--with a growing passion for getting their show just right. In the years that followed a few members came and went, and the band took on a more professional presence. They got an agent, changed their name to the Return, and began to command the attention of more widely renowned clients not only in the United States, but in multiple other countries as well-including England. "They are known as one of the best Beatles cover bands in the country for a reason, and it was evident from our fans' reaction to hearing them play." - Scott Cunningham ~ Director of Entertainment ~ Atlanta Braves Today the band still strives to maintain the utmost level of authenticity in their show. In fact, they are known for it. They've played thousands of shows -theatres, festivals, fairs, casinos, cruise ships, colleges and universities, weddings, birthday parties, bar mitzvahs--as well as countless corporate events for companies like Coca Cola, ABC, Hard Rock Cafe, and Volkswagen International--and the reaction is the same every time. People are amazed at how much the Return sounds and looks just like the Beatles. "They were great! Their energy and enthusiasm jumps off the stage. It was quite fun to watch them and imagine what it must have been like at an actual Beatles concert!" - Tony Perkins ~ Good Morning America The Return has crafted a truly authentic, entertaining, and very exciting show. And in doing so, the band not only delivers a near perfect reproduction of a live Beatles concert--they capture the very essence of the Beatles themselves.

Date & Time
2/8/2020 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location
Blue Gate Music Hall, 670 S. Van Buren St., Shipshewana, IN 46565
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Valentines Celebration with Ken Davis

Showtimes: 7:00pm | Doors Open: 6:30pm Prices: Dinner and Theater Couples Package: $139.50 per couple This concert will be held at the Blue Gate Music Hall Buy My Tickets Now! Ken Davis Ken Davis is one of the country's most sought after motivational and inspirational speakers. His mixture of side-splitting humor and his powerful insights on living fully alive have inspired audiences around the world. Okay! I confess that I actually wrote the above sentence. However, I could not bear to begin the sentence with, "I am one of the most sought after speaker in the universe etc" But I can't pretend someone else is writing this, so here goes. I am an award winning author of 12 books. The film "Fully Alive" based on my latest book by the same name was shown in theaters across the U.S. and is now enjoying a popular run on Netflix. I have kept a full calendar speaking to a diverse group of corporate and faith based audiences around the world. I am president of Ken Davis Productions and Lighten Up ministries which produce inspirational, and motivational live shows, DVDs, books, seminars and conferences designed to make a positive difference in the quality of people's lives. I was born in beautiful Northern Minnesota and lived there until my blood began to freeze. I now live in Franklin TN with my wife Diane. I am in love with one wife, Diane, five grandchildren, and two daughters. Because I love those people so much I have decided to let my two sons in law live. I am an intensely competitive athlete with no athletic ability to back it up. I regularly compete in triathlons, play racquetball, try to work out an hour a day and occasionally sleep in. I excel at competitive sleeping. The Dallas Morning News said of me, "One of the funniest comedians to come down the pike." but that was 30 years ago. I've gotten much better since then. Boastful resume and attempts at humorous self deprecation aside, I can promise you this. Whether you bring my live show to your community, decide to spice up your next corporate convention, or invite me to speak to your church community, I will custom design an unforgettable experience that will leave you laughing, thinking and ready to live more fully alive. I love seeing auditoriums of people laugh until they require medical attention, I love to awaken in my audience the courage to raise above circumstances and the passion to live Fully Alive! Something tells me that the same desire burns in you as well.

Date & Time
2/13/2020 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Location
Blue Gate Music Hall
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Michiana Home and Yard Show

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2/14/2020
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Michiana Event Center
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Valentines Celebration with Ken Davis

Showtimes: 7:00pm | Doors Open: 6:30pm Prices: Dinner and Theater Couples Package: $139.50 per couple This concert will be held at the Blue Gate Music Hall Buy My Tickets Now! Ken Davis Ken Davis is one of the country's most sought after motivational and inspirational speakers. His mixture of side-splitting humor and his powerful insights on living fully alive have inspired audiences around the world. Okay! I confess that I actually wrote the above sentence. However, I could not bear to begin the sentence with, "I am one of the most sought after speaker in the universe etc" But I can't pretend someone else is writing this, so here goes. I am an award winning author of 12 books. The film "Fully Alive" based on my latest book by the same name was shown in theaters across the U.S. and is now enjoying a popular run on Netflix. I have kept a full calendar speaking to a diverse group of corporate and faith based audiences around the world. I am president of Ken Davis Productions and Lighten Up ministries which produce inspirational, and motivational live shows, DVDs, books, seminars and conferences designed to make a positive difference in the quality of people's lives. I was born in beautiful Northern Minnesota and lived there until my blood began to freeze. I now live in Franklin TN with my wife Diane. I am in love with one wife, Diane, five grandchildren, and two daughters. Because I love those people so much I have decided to let my two sons in law live. I am an intensely competitive athlete with no athletic ability to back it up. I regularly compete in triathlons, play racquetball, try to work out an hour a day and occasionally sleep in. I excel at competitive sleeping. The Dallas Morning News said of me, "One of the funniest comedians to come down the pike." but that was 30 years ago. I've gotten much better since then. Boastful resume and attempts at humorous self deprecation aside, I can promise you this. Whether you bring my live show to your community, decide to spice up your next corporate convention, or invite me to speak to your church community, I will custom design an unforgettable experience that will leave you laughing, thinking and ready to live more fully alive. I love seeing auditoriums of people laugh until they require medical attention, I love to awaken in my audience the courage to raise above circumstances and the passion to live Fully Alive! Something tells me that the same desire burns in you as well.

Date & Time
2/14/2020 7:00pm - 10:00pm
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Blue Gate Music Hall
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Michiana Home and Yard Show

Date
2/15/2020
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Michiana Event Center
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Valentines Celebration with Ken Davis

Showtimes: 7:00pm | Doors Open: 6:30pm Prices: Dinner and Theater Couples Package: $139.50 per couple This concert will be held at the Blue Gate Music Hall Buy My Tickets Now! Ken Davis Ken Davis is one of the country's most sought after motivational and inspirational speakers. His mixture of side-splitting humor and his powerful insights on living fully alive have inspired audiences around the world. Okay! I confess that I actually wrote the above sentence. However, I could not bear to begin the sentence with, "I am one of the most sought after speaker in the universe etc" But I can't pretend someone else is writing this, so here goes. I am an award winning author of 12 books. The film "Fully Alive" based on my latest book by the same name was shown in theaters across the U.S. and is now enjoying a popular run on Netflix. I have kept a full calendar speaking to a diverse group of corporate and faith based audiences around the world. I am president of Ken Davis Productions and Lighten Up ministries which produce inspirational, and motivational live shows, DVDs, books, seminars and conferences designed to make a positive difference in the quality of people's lives. I was born in beautiful Northern Minnesota and lived there until my blood began to freeze. I now live in Franklin TN with my wife Diane. I am in love with one wife, Diane, five grandchildren, and two daughters. Because I love those people so much I have decided to let my two sons in law live. I am an intensely competitive athlete with no athletic ability to back it up. I regularly compete in triathlons, play racquetball, try to work out an hour a day and occasionally sleep in. I excel at competitive sleeping. The Dallas Morning News said of me, "One of the funniest comedians to come down the pike." but that was 30 years ago. I've gotten much better since then. Boastful resume and attempts at humorous self deprecation aside, I can promise you this. Whether you bring my live show to your community, decide to spice up your next corporate convention, or invite me to speak to your church community, I will custom design an unforgettable experience that will leave you laughing, thinking and ready to live more fully alive. I love seeing auditoriums of people laugh until they require medical attention, I love to awaken in my audience the courage to raise above circumstances and the passion to live Fully Alive! Something tells me that the same desire burns in you as well.

Date & Time
2/15/2020 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Location
Blue Gate Music Hall
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