Liberace Museum – 30 Years of Music History
Photo courtesy of: Liberace Foundation-Museum
This is a follow-up to our original Liberace Museum story. It’s a must see for all fans of iconic Liberace.
The life and legacy of pianist and entertainer Liberace will be celebrated on Wednesday, April 15 with the 30 year anniversary of Mr. Showmanship’s best encore performance. The celebration will be held at the glittering Liberace Museum.
The Liberace Foundation is a non-profit organization and is offering a full day celebration at the Liberace Museum. The festivities will run from 9 AM until sundown.
This monumental Liberace event will be hosted by the Honorable Lorraine T. Hunt-Bono and Dennis Bono, who are serving as the event’s Rhinestone Chairs.
Admission to thee museum will only be 30 cents, and includes free performances by past Liberace scholarship recipients and Liberace Piano Competition winners.
Liberace opened his Museum on Easter Sunday, April 15, 1979. It is located close to his Las Vegas home on Shirley Street, as well as the famed Las Vegas Strip where he performed for many years.
So many lives have been positively impacted since Liberace himself created his own Museum and Foundation. Over the years, there are many unique stories to be told through Liberace Scholars from across the U.S. who’ve received monies.
The Liberace Museum will also debut a new exhibit titled, the 30th Anniversary Exhibit. It will run through May 31 and commemorate three decades of milestones since the museum’s opening in 1979. The event will celebrate musical legend Liberace’s amazing career and his contribution to the Las Vegas and international entertainment scene.
Make this an event you can’t miss and remember, don’t forget your bling.
For more information, please go to: www.Liberace.org