Event at The Smith Center to feature ‘America’s Got Talent’ Finalist, Daniel Emmet, and Comedian Brad Garrett as Master of Ceremonies
LAS VEGAS – Sept. 14, 2021– Nathan Adelson Hospice, the largest and only non-profit hospice in Nevada, will once again celebrate more than 40 years of caring for people in the community with its 25th Annual ‘Serenades of Life - Doctors in Concert’ on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021 at 6:45 p.m. at The Smith Center.
Las Vegas headliner and musical sensation, Daniel Emmet, will light up the stage with his band to take guests on a journey of multilingual and multi-genre music, something the “America’s Got Talent” finalist has been acclaimed for. The event will also feature friend of the hospice and legendary comedian, Brad Garrett, as Master of Ceremonies.
The evening will showcase the extraordinary musical talents of local physicians, including Henry Wang, M.D., Linda Woodson, M.D., and the band Alter’d Ego, featuring members Edwin Kingsley, M.D., David Miller, M.D., and June Sigman, M.D. as well as Ken Woloson, Esq., Phronsie Markin, Ira Spector, Larry Tindall, and Brad Torchin.
“We look forward each year to this special event, which raises funds and highlights what Nathan Adelson Hospice provides to our community,” said Nathan Adelson Hospice President and CEO Karen Rubel. “We are thankful to all the performers who participate and everyone who joins us for an evening of music and fun to support the important care we provide to all who need it.”
The event will adhere to The Smith Center’s COVID-19 guidelines. Guests will need to show: Physical proof of at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, present a physical copy of their COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, physical proof of a Negative COVID-19 antigen test taken within six hours of performance start time, OR a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of performance start time. Masks will be required for all guests, regardless of vaccination status. Entry will be denied for guests who do not provide documentation as required and listed above.
Proceeds from the concert will benefit the Bonnie Schreck Memorial Complementary Therapies Program, established in memory of philanthropist Bonnie Schreck. This crucial program aims to improve the quality of life for patients and loved ones by relieving emotional and physical discomfort. Patients and their loved ones receive various therapies, such as Pet Therapy, Reiki Energy Work, Massage Therapy, Art Therapy, Reflexology, and Aromatherapy.
Ticket prices vary and must be purchased from The Smith Center at https://thesmithcenter.com/tickets/2122/serenades-of-life/ or by calling The Smith Center Box office at 702-749-2000. For more information and The Smith Center’s complete COVID-19 policy, please visit https://thesmithcenter.com/visit/safety-and-security/