The DoMo Piano Bar, presented by Amdocs, will be held Thursday, October 4, 2018, from 6:00 to 9 PM. This interactive show will feature Queen Anne’s Revenge Dueling Pianos on the Skent-N-Dent Stage at Bella Stanza, located at 231 Desiard St., in the heart of downtown Monroe. Garlington’s Restaurant will be on site selling food, and Doe’s Eat Place will have a cash bar. Complimentary beer samples will also be available from Choice Brands.
Queen Anne’s Revenge, originally from Jonesboro, Arkansas, has played from the beaches of Florida to the alleys of Memphis’ Beale Street, Wisconsin, and Illinois. This show encourages audience participation while two pianists sing and humor the audience.
Tickets to this exclusive event are limited. VIP experience tables located in the first two rows may be reserved for $300 which seat eight and include a bucket of beer, complimentary of Choice Brands, along with appetizers provided by Garlington’s Restaurant. Individual tickets are available for $25 which gains entry to the event. Must be 21 or older to attend.
Tickets may be purchased on Eventbrite.com or by calling 318-329-3254.
All proceeds benefit the continuation of the Downtown River Jam concert series hosted by the Downtown Monroe Alliance. Downtown Monroe Alliance would like to thank the following DoMo Piano Bar sponsors for their support: Amdocs, Skent-N-Dent, Matt’s Music, Lagniappe Media, Lamar Advertising, Choice Brands, James Machine Works, Doe’s Eat Place, Progressive, Century Marketing Solutions, CenturyLink, Kelsey Klean, Patrick Electric, and Bella Stanza.
The Downtown Monroe Alliance started the Downtown River Jam in 2010 to bring more entertainment to the Downtown area. For more information about the Downtown River Jam Concert Series or the Downtown Monroe Alliance, visit www.downtownmonroe.org. The Downtown Monroe Alliance/ Monroe Main Street is a 501©3non-profit established to make Downtown Monroe the vibrant heart of the city. DMA follows the Main Street 4-point approach. Some of the past projects of DMA are the facelift of Bry Park, trash cans added throughout downtown, Downtown River Jam, and marketing the businesses, events, and beautification and projects of downtown.