New holiday concert announced; Huston performance rescheduled

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New holiday concert announced; Huston performance rescheduled

The 402 Band
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The 402 Band

Lincoln favorites The 402 Band will take the Lied Center for Performing Arts’ virtual stage at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 19.

“The 402 Christmas Party Concert” will feature Christmas classics, party favorites and more. As a Lied Live Online event, the concert will be available to watch free on the Lied Center’s Facebook page and website. Patrons can also choose to add a donation to support the Lied Center when reserving their ticket online.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Hannah Huston’s “Believe in Christmas” livestream, scheduled for Dec. 15, has been canceled. However, Huston will perform at the Lied Center on Feb. 18. The Lied Live Online concert will be presented in partnership with the Arts for the Soul Music and Fine Arts Series. All in-person or webcast tickets from the December date will be honored.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming Huston back to the Lied Center this spring for a concert of original and popular music,” said Bill Stephan, the Lied’s executive director. “Meanwhile, I’m happy to announce that The 402 Band will take the Lied stage on Dec. 19. I invite you to break out the disco ball and enjoy your own Christmas party at home. The 402’s high-energy music will be just the thing to lift spirits and help make the season merry and bright.”

For more information on the Lied’s schedule, click here.

Hannah Huston will present "Believe in Christmas" Dec. 15 for Lied Live Online. The performance will be livestreamed from the Lied Center.
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Hannah Huston

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