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The Lied Center for the Performing Arts (frequently shortened to Lied Center) is a multi-venue performing arts facility located in Lincoln, Nebraska, United States. It opened in 1990 and is located on the southern edge of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's City Campus. The Lied Center is used for orchestra, theater, and speaking events. Fundraising for a dedicated arts facility on campus at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln began in the early 1980s under the leadership of the University of Nebraska Foundation president Woody Varner. Seventy-one donors contributed to the project, which also received public funding, and Varner's fundraising goal was met in 1986. Construction began shortly thereafter and was completed in 1990; Opera Omaha performed Madama Butterfly to open the facility. The center was named the Lied Center for Performing Arts in memory of Ernst and Ida Lied, whose foundation made a significant contribution to the project. The Lied Center contains three performance spaces: the Lied Center Main Stage, which seats 2,258 and is the facility's primary performance area; the Carson Theater, a black box theater named after Johnny Carson used for smaller productions; and the Lied Commons. Kimball Hall, which is located just north of the Lied Center and houses NU's Glenn Korff School of Music, is also operated by the Lied Center and can provide seating for 850 spectators. The Lied Center of Kansas is a multi-purpose performance facility located on the University of Kansas campus in Lawrence, KS. It consists of a main stage with more than 800 seats and two other side stages that can accommodate up to 350 people each. Since its opening in 1993, the Lied Center has hosted millions of people from around the world to some truly unforgettable performances. Lawrence is a vibrant college town located along the banks of the Kansas and Wakarusa Rivers. It is home to world-class art galleries, live music venues, bustling farmers markets, several parks for recreation, and the University of Kansas. There is something for almost every taste or entertainment need, such as luxury spas, top-notch restaurants, unique boutiques, two renowned performing arts centers, Hoglund Ballpark, and festivals. From high-quality performances to captivating lectures, the Lied Center of Kansas offers something for everyone. If you're in Lawrence, KS, or the surrounding area, make sure to take time out of your busy schedule to visit and explore the many wonderful things waiting for

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Ashley Davis Dec 17, 2023 From $43 8
Ira Glass Jan 27, 2024 From $72 275
Mean Girls Jan 31, 2024 From $288 113
The Westerlies Feb 3, 2024 From $54 218
Voices of Service Feb 9, 2024 From $57 254
Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra Feb 26, 2024 From $79 149
Leo Kottke Mar 1, 2024 From $68 177
Lawrence Brownlee Mar 19, 2024 From $68 169
Juilliard String Quartet Mar 25, 2024 From $68 174
Camila Meza Mar 27, 2024 From $68 188