Frostiball Proceeds Support Overture; HAMILTON Ticket Raffle and More

Frostiball Proceeds Support Overture; HAMILTON Ticket Raffle and More

Overture's Frostiball returns in 2019 on Saturday, Jan. 26 to raise money for the state's largest nonprofit arts organization, Overture Center for the Arts. Proceeds from Frostiball support Overture's community programming such as Kids in the Rotunda, OnStage Student Field Trips, Community Ticket programs and more.

Gala attendees will enter a whimsical space inspired by Broadway's FINDING NEVERLAND to experience live performing and visual arts throughout the evening, including Chicago's UpBeat Orchestra, who will play live music for the main event, as well as DJ Pain 1 providing music for the Isthmus After Party.

In addition to a Ho-Chunk Gaming Room, fundraising game "Drop the 'O'" and the "Spotlight Silent Auction," attendees of Frostiball will also have an opportunity to purchase raffle tickets for the "HAMILTON VIP Experience at Overture" when the Broadway show makes it stop in Madison during the 2019/20 Broadway at Overture season.

The center features seven state-of-the-art performance spaces and five galleries, is home to ten resident organizations and offers more than 20 programs, many free and low-cost, which engaged individuals in 600,000 artistic and educational experiences last year.

"We look forward to hosting Madison's premier fundraiser for the arts at Overture Center," said Sandra Gajic, Overture's president and CEO. "This will be my first year attending the event, but I can see that the incredible work our staff has put into planning - the entertainment booked, the fundraising activities solidified, the menu perfected - all to celebrate the arts and raise funds to continue our work in providing access to the arts for all."

Overture Center for the Arts in Madison, Wis., features seven state-of-the-art performance spaces and five galleries where national and international touring artists, ten resident companies and hundreds of local artists engage people in 600,000 educational and artistic experiences each year.

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