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That’s the ticket for WinterPledge

Watch it at home, see it live when you donate

When you make a donation to KET during WinterPledge, you can choose tickets to area concerts and events as our thank-you gift to you!

Just like on KET, there’s something for everyone: the Wild Kratts for the kids; for the Anglophiles, Celtic Thunder and the Fabby Abbey Ball — and for those about to rock, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

Choose your ticket by clicking the links below, or donate without a thank-you gift at KET.org/donate. Each donation of at least $50 includes a year’s subscription to Visions, KET’s program guide and member magazine. With a $75 donation, you receive our Member Card, which you can use to take advantage of two-for-one savings at restaurants, hotels, and attractions throughout the state.

And be sure to tune in for all the exciting and enriching programs we’re airing this year Nov. 28-Dec. 7 during WinterPledge 2014.

Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Dec. 11, Rupp Arena, Lexington


Straight No Chaser

Dec. 17, EKU Center for the Arts, Richmond

Wild Kratts Live
Jan. 25, EKU Center for the Arts, Richmond


Celtic Thunder

March 31, Norton Center for the Arts, Danville

Fabby Abbey Ball
April 25, Spindletop Hall, Lexington


Kentucky Collectibles Appraisal Fair

May 30, the Frazier History Museum, Louisville

A Summer Celebration is coming!

UK Coach Mark and Chantel Stoops host Lexington event

 

For 26 years now, each summer KET has hosted a night of entertainment and fun, with proceeds of the event going toward our programs and services. This year we’re turning up the heat at Summer Celebration with the theme “Sizzle & Salsa.”

It’s June 6 at Donamire Farm in Lexington from 7 pm to midnight.

You can hobnob with some local celebrities too, as UK Coach Mark Stoops and his wife, Chantel, serve as honorary hosts. Also in attendance will be Lacey Schwimmer of Dancing with the Stars fame. Look to her for inspiration for your own dance moves! Music is by the Jimmy Church Band.

There’s always a silent auction with plenty of great jewelry, vacations, art, home furnishings and more to grab — including lower-arena Rupp season basketball tickets.

Interested in joining us? Tickets are $150 a person or $1,500 for a table of eight, and include a buffet and open bar. Get them now by calling (800) 866-0366.

Here’s a thriller you won’t forget

John Hannah and Brendan Coyle

 

In the mood for a gritty, psychological thriller to start  your summer off right?

Look no further than Amnesia, which follows the crumbling life of Detective Sergeant “Mack” Stone, a black-out drunk, and his dangerous obsession with an unsolved mystery.

Stone is played by John Hannah, who starred as the grasping nobleman Batiatus in the brutal Starz miniseries Sparticus: Blood and Sand.

For all those longing for a familiar face from Masterpiece, Amnesia features “Downton Abbey’s” own mystery man, Mr. Bates, in the role of D.C. Ian Reid.

In Amnesia, while investigating the disappearance of his wife, Stone loses his grip on reality, hones in on amnesia patient John Dean and pursues him relentlessly. But as Stone’s behavior becomes more erratic, his claims seem less credible — leaving him to question his own memory.

A suspenseful story packed with intricate twists, this intelligent drama will keep you guessing until the very end, as the two flawed protagonists move towards their thrilling final confrontation.

Amnesia airs Sunday, June 1 at 9/8 pm on KET and Thursday, June 5 at 9/8 pm on KET2.


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