Heritage Center to Bring “Comfort & Joy at Home” to Audiences Virtually
Nov 18, 2020 | University Relations staff
DUBUQUE, Iowa – University of Dubuque Heritage Center has partnered with Jim Brickman to bring Comfort & Joy at Home to audiences at the push of a button.
Tickets are available now for digital access to Jim Brickman’s Comfort & Joy at Home at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 8. A portion of each ticket purchased will benefit Heritage Center.
Grammy-nominated songwriter and piano sensation Jim Brickman will present Comfort & Joy at Home, a unique virtual concert experience fans can enjoy from the comfort of home. Brickman will bring the live concert experience up close and personal by blending yuletide memories and holiday carols with his own hit songs such as “The Gift,” “Sending You A Little Christmas,” “Angel Eyes,” and “If You Believe.” Brickman will warm the hearts of all as sweet sounds of faith and love make spirits bright, bringing families and friends together virtually for anything but a silent night.
Heritage Center’s audience members will enjoy the one-of-a-kind performance with an audience from the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama, bringing patrons from across the country together virtually.
Brickman is the best-selling solo pianist of this era, earning 22 No. 1 albums and 33 Top 20 Billboard singles. He has garnered two Grammy nominations, gospel music’s Dove Award, two SESAC Songwriter of the Year Awards, and the Canadian Country Music Award.
Three ticket packages are available for Comfort & Joy at Home. A YouTube link to watch the concert is $40, and the deadline to purchase is 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 7. A “Stocking Gift” containing a ticket, program, Comfort & Joy CD, T-shirt, autographed photo, and more plus a link to an interactive Zoom Room is $75 and must be purchased by Tuesday, Nov. 24. A “Stocking Gift,” link to an interactive Zoom Room, and a virtual meet and greet after the concert is $125 and registration closes Tuesday, Nov. 24, as well. To purchase a ticket, please visit www.jimbrickman.com.
The performance is part of a new Heritage Center series called Full-Length Features.