Make-A-Wish Benefit Performance FRANK SINATRA: A Man And His Music

(WTNH)– Community & Media Relations Manager, Make-A-Wish Connecticut Michael Dominick talks about the Benefit Performance FRANK SINATRA: A Man And His Music.

Frank Sinatra: A Man And His Music” is a 90-minute Sinatra re-enactment, taking place in the 1960s at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas. Sinatra shares the journey of his early career and rise to stardom, up through his 50th birthday, through short stories, jokes, and of course, through his most famous works of music.

Buffet dinner is included in admission to the show at Cinzano’s Restaurant in Fairfield. The show is Friday February 27th 2015 (7:00PM Dinner / 7:30 Performance) at Cinzano’s Restaurant – Fairfield Connecticut. Tickets – Michael Patrick Dominick (215.272.5032 / Michael@ct.wish.org / CT.WISH.ORG)

Make-A-Wish grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. Since 1986, Make-A-Wish Connecticut has grants over 2,500 wishes, over 180 in its last Fiscal Year alone.

For more on Make-A-Wish and the benefit performance, check out the video.

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