TUNE IN with us for an exciting online entertainment experience!
See performances and special appearances by household names like the Oak Ridge Boys, Jim Brickman, Kristin Chenoweth and more
Like many arts organizations across the country, the Honeywell Foundation needs your support to continue providing arts opportunities for all.
On Tuesday, Aug. 25, we are hosting an exciting NEW online entertainment experience and fundraising event, Tune in Together: Raising Spirits & Funds to Benefit the Honeywell Foundation.
What is Tune in Together?
Tune in Together will feature national, regional, and local talent while raising support for the Honeywell Foundation.
We'll enjoy performances from the Oak Ridge Boys, Dennis DeYoung (formerly of Styx), Jim Brickman, Larry Stewart of Restless Heart, Richie McDonald of Lonestar, Time for Three, Ira Dean of Trick Pony, for KING & COUNTRY, John Tesh, Kristin Chenoweth, Steve Seskin, Scotty McCreery, Candie Cooper, and more! We'll also hear a series of stories from artists, performers, supporters and staff who know and love the Honeywell Foundation.
The event will stream publicly, but as a fun way to raise support, virtual "seats" to this fundraising event are available for a $35 donation. If we "fill the house" by selling 1,500 seats, that's $50,000 to support our virtual and socially distanced programming!
Why all of these artists?
The common connection woven among each of these groups and artists is their affinity for the arts and understanding of their importance.
Art connects and unifies. It uplifts and inspires. It heals and grows. It speaks to people of all ages, backgrounds, cultures, and circumstances. Art is important. That's why we're joining together on Aug. 25 to celebrate and support the arts!
Why should I donate?
Just as we believe art is essential for the human spirit, your support is essential for the Honeywell Foundation to continue providing artist, social, cultural and recreational opportunities for all.
Although our venues closed in March due to COVID-19, we have continued bringing joy and enrichment through virtual programming and socially distanced outdoor entertainment including live concerts at the 13-24 Drive In, virtual art and theatre camps for students, VirtuArt workshops for all ages, online arts integration for teachers and students, virtual Clark Gallery exhibits, and more.
To support these programs as well as the future of the Honeywell Foundation, we established the Art Is Essential Relief Fund.
Our goal for the Art is Essential Relief Fund is to raise $1 million to aid our recovery from the economic effects of recent months. This will support operations, programming, and the heart of our organization - our people. Your donation will ensure that the Foundation emerges from this difficult time stronger than ever.
All proceeds from Tune In Together will benefit this important initiative.
Be sure to Tune In!
Join us us for Tune in Together: Tuesday, Aug. 25 at 7 p.m. EST via www.tuneintogether.org
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It’s going to be an exciting online event! Know that we will be watching along with you and hope you enjoy every minute.
Fun Facts about Tune in Together!
Ira Dean filmed his song “Somethin’ bout a Sunday” from the Eagles Theatre stage.
Production for Tune in Together was completed under the oversight of the Honeywell Foundation's in-house production team.
Media Arts students from Heartland Career Center lent a helping hand in production.
The newly renovated Eagles Theatre stage and editing studios were utilized to produce this virtual event.