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Lipizzaner Stallions
HORSE SHOW The Lipizzaner Stallions will perform at the Scott County/Forest Coliseum on Thursday, March 8, at 7:30 pm. Tickets for the show are $16.50 for adults. Children 12 and under and seniors 60 plus save $2 per ticket. Tickets are available at the Forest Coliseum Office and T. Brown Western Outfitters. For more information, call (601) 469-2928 or to charge by phone, call (888) 464-2468 or www.tickets.com.
Over the years, 23 million people throughout North and South America, Europe, Australia and Hawaii have seen this internationally acclaimed spectacle. Harkening back to a time when the horse was a symbol of grace and majesty, the Lipizzaner Stallions are truly a great experience to be enjoyed by the entire family!
In Concert:
Adult contemporary Christian music artist Mark Schultz will be in concert March 4 at Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church. The concert will begin at 6 p.m. and is free to the public. Special guest will be Ben Glover. Schultz, youth pastor for a Presbyterian church in Nashville, held the No. 1 position for several consecutive weeks on the Adult Contemporary Christian radio charts with "I Am the Way," the first single from his self-titled debut album. The song was the first debut single from a new artist to hit the top of the AC radio charts in 2000. The Nashville-based singer/songwriter's other releases from the album include "He's My Son," "Let's Go" and "Remember Me." For more information about the concert, call 485-4113.
Keith Sweat in concert March 3
Silver Star Hotel and Casino announces the return of R&B Superstar Keith Sweat live in concert, Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Silver Star Conference Center.
Keith has walked tall over the pop and R&B world for more than a decade, achieving the kind of success that only a handful of contemporary artists have attained. From his R&B smash album "Make It Last Forever" to his quadruple platinum, multi-award winning 1996 effort, "Keith Sweat," he has always been about taking chances. This multi-dimensional artist, who has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide, has now put his Midas touch to his newest album, appropriately titled "Still in the Game."
The Harlem-born singer credits his New York background with instilling in him a tremendous drive to succeed. Born around the corner from New York's famous Apollo Theater, Keith graduated from New York's City College, working on Wall Street before launching his singing career. "I remember those days," he laughs. "And I also remember some bumps and bruises along the way in my recording career. That's why I picked the title of the album "Still in the Game." I still enjoy it. The challenge now is to keep taking it to that next level."
Tickets may be charged by phone at (800) 557-0711 or purchased at the Silver Star Box Office. All tickets are non-refundable.
Cancelation:
The Billy Ray Cyrus concert at Casino Magic in Bay St. Louis has been cancelled. Any purchased tickets will be refunded at the original place of purchase.
Philadelphia:
Tickets may be purchased at the Silver Star box office by calling (800) 557-0711. All tickets are non-refundable. Must be 21 years or older to attend. The Silver Star Conference Center is a non-smoking facility.
March 3, Keith Sweat, 8 p.m., tickets on sale Feb. 3
April 21, Wynonna, 8 p.m., tickets on sale, March 21
Tunica:
To charge by phone, call (601) 355-5252 in Jackson; or (228) 385-2600 in Biloxi. Tickets may also be purchased through Ticketmaster Online at www.ticketmaster.com
All events are held in Tunica:
March 18, Target Stars on Ice, DeSoto Civic Center, $55, $40, $30
New Orleans
Tickets may be purchased at all Ticketmaster centers, through Ticketmaster Online at www.ticketmaster.com.
April 7, George Strait, tickets on sale Feb. 17.
March 17, Papa Roach, tickets on sale Feb. 23.
Memphis:
March 28-April 21, Phantom of the Opera, times vary, Orpheum Theatre, prices vary

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