Six time GRAMMY ® winner Amy Grant to host a unique and intimate concert series to benefit worldwide children’s advocacy organization Compassion International for ten shows this fall on the “Pieces of Our Lives” tour featuring a personal concert from Grant along with an exclusive art gallery reception.
The “Pieces of Our Lives” art gallery reception will showcase exclusive art, photography, paintings and lyrics reflecting themes found in Grant’s signature songs. Select items will be available for auction after tour. Each event will be limited to only 300 guests.
The intimate concert series will benefit Compassion International’s Leadership Development Program. The LDP program is geared towards taking young people out of poverty, equipping them with a college education and empowering them to make a difference within their home community.
To find out more about the “Pieces of Our Lives” events, special ticket prices and event concierge service, visit http://www.piecesofourlives.com. A list of tour dates are listed below.
“I’m extremely excited about these special evening events,” says Amy Grant. “I love music, but I love it most in small intimate venues where I get to really connect with the audience. The structure of these evenings is so unique and elegant. Anytime you can combine music, art and a great cause, I think you have something very special. The evenings are really about telling stories, singing songs and sharing art – all to benefit the lives of students and children in need.”
“Pieces of Our Lives” tour
* all dates subject to change, visit www.piecesofourlives.com for most up to date tour info
Sept. 28 Houston, TX – The Hobby Center, Zilkha Hall
Sept. 29 Austin, TX – One World Theatre
Sept. 30 Dallas, TX – The Eismann Center
Oct. 5 Atlanta, GA – The Opera House at Atlanta Events Center
Oct. 6 Orlando, FL – Vision 360 Global Collaboration Ceter
Oct. 12 Chicago, IL – River East Art Center
Oct. 13 Minneapolis, MN – The Metropolitan Ballroom & Clubroom
Oct. 26 St. Louis, MO – Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, Lee Theatre
Oct. 28 Oklahoma City, OK – Oklahoma History Center
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