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La. Tech Liberal Arts Department to present "Concert in the Quad"

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RUSTON, La., (KNOE 8 News) – The Louisiana Tech University College of Liberal Arts' Department of Music and the Northeast Louisiana State Farm Agents will present "Concert in the Quad" on April 19.

"Concert in the Quad" will be held from 6-8 p.m. that evening and will feature music from the Louisiana Tech Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Lawrence Gibbs, as well as special guest Jeremy Davis and the Fabulous Equinox Orchestra.

Three types of tickets will be offered: corporate tables priced at $350, table seating priced at $30 per person and a blanket ticket priced at $20 per person for guests that want to enjoy the concert while sitting on a blanket or in their lawn chairs. All ticket prices include a boxed dinner with a beverage.

A wonderful ambience will be created in the Tech Quad with string lighting and paper lanterns hanging from the oaks. It's the perfect setting for an evening of big band music under the stars. Don't miss this opportunity to hear some great music and support the Louisiana Tech Department of Music.

Tickets are currently on sale at the following locations:

  • Community Trust Bank Financial Center, 1511 North Trenton St., Ruston
  • Community Trust Bank Financial Center, 2211 N. 7th St., West Monroe
  • Community Trust Bank Financial Center, 1800 Hudson Ln., Monroe
  • Bank of Ruston, 505 North Vienna St., Ruston
  • Marbury Alumni Center, 900 Tech D., Ruston

In case of rain, the concert will be moved inside Howard Auditorium.

For more information, visit http://music.latech.edu or call 318-257-2711.

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