* The Reminders, a hip-hop duo inspired by world music and reggae that delivers insightful, socially conscious lyrics with raw gritty vocals. The Reminders, who have opened for the likes of Lauryn Hill, Mos Def and Snoop Dogg, will play the Lied on Oct. 1.
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* “STONO,” the 30-minute film co-commissioned by Lied that marks the 281st anniversary of the Stono Rebellion, the largest insurrection of enslaved African Americans in North America, will be shown Sept. 9. Tickets will be required for the free 6:45 p.m. screening that will be followed by a panel discussion.
The postponed show is: “Wisteria.” The Nebraska premiere of the collaborative narrative and musical that pays homage to the voices of women who lived during the Jim Crow era, developed by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor’s Professor of English Kwame Dawes and composer Keven Simmonds, will be rescheduled in 2021.
Those who have purchased tickets to a canceled event as part of a season ticket package will have their accounts automatically credited with the value of tickets, which can be used for any other Lied Center event. Refunds are available by contacting the Lied Center ticket office at 402-472-4747.
Those with tickets to a postponed or replaced event will have their tickets automatically honored at the new date or new event. Refunds are available by contacting the ticket office.
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