October 28th, 2021
Celebrate both the New Ulm Shopping and the Deer Hunting Openers with “Duelly Noted,” a one-of-a-kind act with both sass and class. “Duelly Noted” will perform at the State Street Theater on Friday, November 5, 2021 starting at 6:30 pm for desserts, and performance at 7:30 pm. Your ticket will include admission to the concert and a sweet treat. A cash bar, including a specialty spritzer, will be available.
Duelly Noted will play favorite hits from the ’60s to today. As a female duo, they stand out among other groups in the male-dominated dueling pianos scene. Whether you want to hear All About That Bass, Don’t Stop Believing, or I Will Survive, Duelly Noted will have you on your feet and singing at the top of your lungs. It’s all about you! What do you “wanna” hear? It’s suggested as a date night experience or a night out with the girls.
Advance tickets are available at $17 at the New Ulm Chamber of Commerce, Hy-Vee, and online at statestreetNEWULM.org. Limited seats are available so make sure to get your ticket early. If the concert is not sold out, tickets will be available at the door at $22. Student rush tickets at $10 will be available at the door. Student IDs are required for student tickets. For those wishing to purchase rush tickets, visit the table labeled “Student Rush” in the front lobby of the theater no earlier than 7:15 pm.
The performance will take place at State Street Theater Co., 1 North State Street, New Ulm, MN. The handicap entrance is through the backstage door in the parking lot off Washington Street.
State Street Theater has adopted protocols that address social distancing and other related procedures for rehearsals and productions for audiences and actors alike. For more information, contact us at email@example.com or 507-359-9990.
This performance is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council and the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and through a grant from the New Ulm Area Foundation.