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Tears for Fears’ Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith are pleased to announce that they have rescheduled their concert at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. The concert originally scheduled for June 6 will now take place on Monday, September 26. Tickets purchased for the June 6 concert at Meijer Gardens will be honored for the new date.
Members may buy tickets for the rescheduled date during a members-only presale beginning at 9 a.m., June 24 through midnight, July 1. If tickets remain available after the members-only presale, sales to the public will begin at 9 a.m., July 2.
Refunds will be available at point of purchase until August 1. Please note, after August 1, all tickets for the original June 6 date become non-refundable. Tickets purchased for the September 26 date are non-refundable. Ticket prices are $75 during the members-only presale. After July 1, tickets are $78 for members and $80 for the public.
Lectures & Workshops
Debuting in October 2016, this new lecture will feature doctors who are also highly accomplished writers and speakers, as we explore the parallels of writing and medicine and the power of art—in this case the written word—to heal. The inaugural event in this new series will feature Dr. Abraham Verghese.
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park is honored to host Dietrich Klinge at the11th Annual Charles Schoenknecht & Ward Paul Sculpture Lecture. This is an unusual event for the internationally renowned sculptor and printmaker, who rarely speaks publicly and has never accepted such an opportunity in the United States. An Evening with Dietrich Klinge will offer an intimate and personal public appearance as part of a conversation with Chief Curator and Vice President of Collections and Exhibitions, Joseph Becherer.
RSVP: 616-975-3144 or email@example.com Captioning service will be provided. This annual lecture is made possible by Charles Schoenknecht and Ward A. Paul.