Ballet Quad Cities Rescheduled For May 29th
If you were planning on attending the Ballet Quad Cities this Saturday, May 8th, it has been officially been rescheduled. The new show time has been moved to the end of the month and tickets are still on sale for this event.
In a press release sent out on Wednesday afternoon, officials from the Adler Theatre in Davenport announced that Ballet Quad Cities has been rescheduled. Originally set for this Saturday, May 8th, officials announced that Ballet Quad Cities has been moved to Saturday, May 29th.
In the press release, the Adler Theatre says that Ballet Quad Cities and the Quad City Symphony Orchestra’s Trio will co-headline a performance at the Adler Theatre on Saturday, May 29, at 8:00 p.m. Aaron Fullan, an actor, composer and social media influencer from Clinton will be a special guest of the show.
The May 29th show will feature audience favorites such as the baseball themed “Players,” the jazzy “Sugar Rum Fairy,” the sunny “Dream a Little Dream,” Meghan Phillips’ “Where Ever the Wind Takes Us,” and more.
Three superb Quad City Symphony Orchestra musicians, associate concertmaster Emily Nash, violist Bruno Silva, and associate principal bass Kit Polen, will perform Music of Appalachia.
Reserved tickets are just $25. Tickets for Ballet Quad Cities on May 29th are available at the Adler Theatre Box Office and online at Ticketmaster.com. Tickets are just $10 for students and seniors (60 years & up).
Tickets will be sold in pods to maintain social distance. Guests must purchase all seats within a selected pod. Face coverings are required, unless you are actively eating or drinking.