Art Garfunkel to perform at Westminster Arts Center September 6

Art Garfunkel

Legendary singer/songwriter Art Garfunkel will open Westminster Arts Center’s 2013-2014 season Friday, September 6 with a rehearsal-style performance entitled "An Intimate Evening with Art Garfunkel", managing director Gregory Allen announced August 14.

A one-night event, Garfunkel will treat guests to songs, anecdotes, prose and a unique audience question-and-answer session. Doors will open for the performance at 7 p.m. on the evening of the show, with the performance beginning at 8 p.m. All seating will be on a first-come, first-serve basis, with attendance limited to 290 patrons. Ticket prices for the event are set at $40.00 per person.

“We are thrilled to be able to start our season with this intimate evening with Mr. Garfunkel," Allen said of the performance. "This evening of music and prose greatly illustrates the diversity of arts we offer the campus and community here at Westminster Arts Center.”

Because of the intimate nature of the program, please use discretion with regards to purchasing tickets for children younger than ten years of age. By purchasing tickets, you are verifying that you do not intend to report the details of this event or submit a review of this event to any commercial media outlet of any kind.

To purchase tickets to "An Intimate Evening with Art Garfunkel", visit brownpapertickets.com/event/445695.

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