Celebrating the marvelous voice and songs of Tony Bennett who bravely announced he is living with Alzheimer’s, the Alzheimer’s Association chapters across North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia are hosting a special virtual event exclusively for registered participants of The Longest Day. Raise or self-donate $100+ from Feb. 22 through Mar. 5 in order to earn your ticket to this virtual concert that is sure to make you “Smile” and see “Orange Colored Skies” as you relax with a drink of choice and enjoy some of your favorite Tony Bennett tunes.
Cocktails & Cabaret
April 8 | 6:00-6:30 PM
Ways to fundraise (and earn your VIP ticket):
- Set up your Facebook Fundraiser through your TLD Participant Center. All donations received through your Facebook Fundraiser will be credited to your fundraising total and reflected on your personal fundraising page. Video instructions can be found here.
- Make a self donation.
- Ask 4 friends to donate $25 or more.
- Use our The Longest Day Mobile App to automatically deposit checks. Instructions can be found here.
Get starting on earning your VIP ticket today at alz.org/thelongestday.
About the show:
Dan Britt: Dan has delighted audiences across the United States with his dramatic voice and comedic timing. Classically trained as an operatic baritone, Dan has had the privilege to perform in operatic, musical theatre genres for more than three decades. He has held leading roles in productions of Don Giovanni, Gianni Schicci, Carmen, Carousel, Phantom, La Boheme, Jeckle and Hyde and many more. He has been seen on the stage of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Glimmerglass Opera and The National Opera Company and in Atlanta with Atlanta Lyric Theatre performing at the Cobb Energy Center. Incidentally, Dan is also the Senior Director of Development for Relationship Events and The Longest Day for the Alzheimer’s Association, Georgia Chapter.
Amy Holloway: Amy is an established vocalist, pianist and award-winning composer. She has performed leading roles in several plays including Sound of Music, The Tempest, Lil Abner, Oklahoma, Look Homeward Angel, Man of La Mancha, South Pacific and To Kill a Mockingbird. She came to Atlanta from Knoxville, Tennessee, to perform as staff accompanist at the former Northside School of the Arts. In addition to being an accomplished pianist, Amy also is a delightful nuanced singer and can be seen as lead vocalist with the Sentimental Journey Orchestra. One of the highlights of singing with SJO was being invited to sing at Jimmy Carter’s Nobel Peace Prize celebration. Amy has a clear, intimate singing style that is loved from the first moment she is heard. Amy has performed in cabaret settings both as a singer and an accompanist.
Dan’s cabaret work is well known in Atlanta where he and Amy have performed together hundreds of times since 2001. Dan and Amy have built a great performing partnership that works hand in glove, which will be sure to show in this VIP opportunity honoring the musical stylings of Tony Bennett.
WE ALL HAVE A REASON TO GET CREATIVE IN THE FIGHT FOR A WORLD WITHOUT ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE. Start planning your own The Longest Day Fundraiser today.
The day with the most light is the day we fight! On The Longest Day, thousands of participants from across the world will come together to fight the darkness of Alzheimer’s through an activity of their choice. Together, they will use their creativity and passion to raise funds and awareness for the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association®. Whether participating at home, online or in-person, we have plenty of fun ideas to engage family and friends in The Longest Day. Join the fun today!