Save on 2023 No Limits Celebration Tickets This Memorial Day Weekend
By: Seth Johnson
This Memorial Day Weekend, you can save on tickets to the 2023 No Limits Celebration featuring An Evening with A.J. Croce as part of a special Memorial Day Weekend four-pack ticket offer.
From May 26-29, four-packs of tickets to the 2023 No Limits Celebration will be available for $180, equating to a savings of $60 or four tickets for the price of three. Set to take place in the historic 1930s-style auditorium at Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ISBVI), the concert will be preceded by a reception featuring local jazz pianist Steven Jones and a meal catered by the Jazz Kitchen — all of which is included with the price of admission. Following A.J.’s performance, attendees are also encouraged to stick around for a post-concert Q&A in the ISBVI auditorium between Croce and event emcee Kathy Nimmer.
The No Limits Arts Series aims to strengthen inclusiveness and remove social barriers in the arts for individuals with disabilities. In keeping with the goals of No Limits: An Arts Series Focused on Access for All, made initially possible by the Strengthening Indianapolis Through Arts and Cultural Innovation grant from Lilly Endowment, IBCF in partnership with ISBVI, brings artists of all abilities to the stage that mirror the strengths and abilities of students at ISBVI. The public is invited onto the school grounds to not only experience internationally known artists and musicians but learn about the programs at ISBVI helping students succeed academically and socially.
“The Indiana Blind Children’s Foundation is passionate about bringing high-caliber artists to the ISBVI auditorium stage each year whose career and artistry shine a light on abilities and confront perceived notions surrounding those with vision impairments. A.J. Croce is a multi-talented performer - pianist, singer, and songwriter, who will transform the audience musically and challenge any limiting perceptions,” says IBCF executive director, Laura Alvarado.
A virtuosic piano player, A.J. Croce toured with B.B. King and Ray Charles before reaching the age of 21, and over his career, he has performed with a wide range of musicians, from Willie Nelson to the Neville Brothers; Béla Fleck to Ry Cooder. Son of the late Jim Croce, A.J. has blazed his own trail as an artist, releasing 10 studio albums including 2021’s By Request.