PIANO MEN National Tour RESCHEDULED March 4 (Feb. 11 Show Cancelled)

Mattie Kelly Arts Center


2/8/2017 - THE PIANO MEN – Rescheduled to March 4 (Feb. 11 Show Cancelled)

The national tour appearance of “The Piano Men: A Tribute to Billy Joel & Elton John” has been RESCHEDULED TO SATURDAY, MARCH 4 at 7:30 pm at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center in Niceville. The show was originally scheduled for February 11 (cancelled) but had to be moved to a new date due to a health issue with the show’s star, Canadian recording artist Jim Witter. Those with tickets to the cancelled February 11 date can use the same tickets for the new March 4 date (no need to get a new ticket). Those who cannot attend the rescheduled date may contact Arts Center Director Jeanette Shires at (850) 729-6004 to request a refund. Tickets are available for purchase for the new March 4 date of the show. Contact the Mattie Kelly Arts Center Box Office at (850) 729-6000 Monday to Friday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

A musical celebration of the 1970's -- hit-by-hit – this amazing tribute to the music of Billy Joel and Elton John features Dove Award and Canadian Juno Award nominee, recording artist Jim Witter and his sizzling band from Montreal. PIANO MEN tickets are $35 each and available exclusively from the Mattie Kelly Arts Center Box Office (850) 729-6000 or online www.MattieKellyArtsCenter.org.

Award winning Canadian recording artist Jim Witter and his band lead an expertly crafted tour of an entire decade that begins with “Your Song” and winds us along on a musical time machine, saluting two of the century’s most popular contemporary songwriters. Utilizing spectacular visuals on a giant screen behind Witter and his band, we return to the newspaper headlines, the automobiles, the people, the events, the toys and even the TV shows that shaped a decade. Along the way, the sounds of “My Life”, “Candle in the Wind”, “Rocket Man”, “Just the Way You Are”, and many more classic hits create an evening that’s so much fun, you won’t want it to end. By the time you hit 1979, you’re begging these musicians to move back to 1970 and start all over again.