COLDWATER – With replica costumes and Elton John’s trademark outrageous glasses, Yellow Brick Road, an Elton John tribute concert, will take the stage at Tibbits on Friday, September 10 at 7:30 pm, sponsored by Coldwater Township Sunrise Rotary.
“Yellow Brick Road” features trained jazz pianist and Elton John performer Gerald Brann, along with his talented five-piece band. They will entertain at the evening concert with classic Elton John hits including “Rocket Man,” “Your Song,” “Candle in the Wind,” and “Crocodile Rock.”
The performance is being sponsored by Coldwater Township Sunrise Rotary. Rotary International is a service-oriented club that provides humanitarian service and support to people and organizations, and advances goodwill and peace in the communities they serve. The Sunrise Rotary has supported scholarships at KCC, the food bank, numerous shelters and non-profit organizations in Branch County. It helped form the COVID Task Force which joined with other organizations to purchase masks for all area schools and a low temp freezer for Vaccine storage to Promedica Hospital in the past year.
“As a club who values Service above Self, we strive to support projects and activities that improve the quality of life for all residents of Coldwater and Branch County,” said Sunrise Rotary President David McMillan.
Tickets for “Yellow Brick Road” go on sale to Tibbits members on June 1, with tickets to the general public on sale June 8. For more information or to purchase tickets once they go on sale, visit Tibbits.org, stop in at Tibbits business offices at 93 W. Chicago St. in Coldwater, or call 517.278.6029. The performance will be held at Tibbits Opera House, located at 14 S. Hanchett St. in Coldwater, MI. All current restrictions and guidelines such as social distancing and universal masking will be followed at the time of the concert.
Those looking to become involved with the Sunrise Rotary Club should visit their website at www.ccoldwatersunriserotary.com.