VERO BEACH — Tickets for the Annual May Pops Concert on Sunday, May 2 to benefit the Indian River Medical Center Foundation are now available. “A Celebration of Stage and Screen” is the theme of this year’s event, with the Brevard Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Christopher Confessore, bringing to life songs that were first hits on Broadway and found their way to the Big Screen. Tony Award winner Debbie Gravitte will be the guest vocalist. From the Wizard of Oz to James Bond, from Gypsy to Funny Girl, and Harry Potter to Mamma Mia and Wicked, this year’s performance will have something for everyone.
The concert will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 2nd on the polo field at Windsor. Gates open at 3:30 p.m. for picnicking prior to the concert. Gourmet picnic baskets are available with advance reservations by calling Catering by Culinary Capers at 562-9194. For more information visit www.culinarycaperscatering.com.
Lawn tickets are available for $25 ($30 at the gate), VIP tickets are $200, which include covered seating, preferred parking and a cocktail reception prior to the concert. In addition, private cabanas with seating for 10 or 12 people are available. Children under 12 are admitted free to the lawn area only.
General Admission ticket locations include both Marine Bank locations on Beachland Boulevard and U.S. 1, The Bottle Shop on A-1-A, the IRMC Lobby Gift Shop, and in Sebastian at the Seacoast Bank inside Wal-Mart and the West location on Roseland Road. Both General Admission and VIP tickets are available online at www.maypopsinvero.com.
All proceeds from the May Pops concert directly benefit special programs at Indian River Medical Center. Event co-chairs are Dr. & Mrs. W. Clark Beckett, Dr. & Mrs. Marc C. Rose and Mr. & Mrs. R. Champlin Sheridan. Presenting Sponsors are Helen and Dick Post; Go-Green Sponsors are Steve Coley, Patty Flaherty, Howard Gray, Bill Hutchison, Lee Klinetobe, John Peterson and Don Tribus; Lounge Sponsors are Peter and Phyllis Meyer; and Soloist Sponsors are Marilyn and John McConnell.