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Lorrie Morgan at Caloosa Sound Amphitheater Nov. 21

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The free concert series at Caloosa Sound Amphitheater continues Nov. 21 with country music legend Lorrie Morgan.
Located adjacent to Luminary Hotel & Co. in downtown Fort Myers, the new riverfront Caloosa Sound Amphitheater kicked off its Rockin’ on the River concert series Sept. 13 with The Fixx, followed by Pablo Cruise on Oct. 30.
The four-part series wraps up Dec. 12 with contemporary swing revivalists Big Bad Voodoo Daddy.
All shows begin at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 6 p.m.
General admission tickets are free, with no additional service charges, but must be claimed in advance at www.CaloosaSoundAmp.com.
In addition to the free general admission tickets in the lawn area, concerts will now offer three paid ticket options: $20 general admission tickets that include an unassigned seat in a reserved area; VIP tickets starting at $35 that include a reserved seat in front of the stage (within the first five rows) one complimentary drink and access to VIP restrooms; and $50 Super VIP tickets that include all VIP ticket benefits plus an exclusive meet-and-greet with the artist.
Free concerts in the Rockin’ on the River series will now include a charitable component to help support recovery from Hurricane Ian. When claiming their free ticket, concertgoers will have the opportunity to make a donation online and are also encouraged to bring canned food items to donate at the door. All funds and donated goods will go to the Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida.
Lorrie Morgan is undeniably one of the most eloquently emotive vocalists of modern times. The first woman in her genre to begin her career with three consecutive platinum albums, Lorrie is back in the studio with award-winning producer Richard Landis, working on a new album.
On records such as “A Picture of Me Without You” and “I Guess You Had to Be There,” the ache is palpable. She is feisty and sassy on “Watch Me,” “What Part of No,” “Five Minutes” and “I Didn’t Know My Own Strength.” She has kicked up her stiletto heels in fun on her hits “Except for Monday” and “Go Away.” On her epic “Something in Red,” she is an honest, struggling everyday woman.
The amphitheater is a result of a public-private partnership between Luminary Hotel & Co. and the City of Fort Myers.
Located at 2101 Edwards Drive, the 4,000-capacity amphitheater opened this summer along the Caloosahatchee River, adjacent to Luminary Hotel & Co. and the Caloosa Sound Convention Center.

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