Tickets on Sale for The Really Big Show

The Really Big Show, a benefit for The Arc of Evansville, presented by Old National Bank and Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana, will take place on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at 7 p.m. at the Old National Events Plaza in downtown Evansville. This year’s show will be the seventeenth show produced to support The Arc of Evansville.

The Really Big Show is a community variety show featuring comedy, music, and dance performed by local residents. The show is written, created, and produced by a nearly all volunteer cast and crew. Net proceeds from the show benefit the areas of greatest need at The Arc of Evansville, a non-profit agency dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities in achieving their full potential. The 2018 show raised more than $87,000 to support The Arc of Evansville.

The 2019 show will include performances by:
• The Cold Stares
• 2018 Tri-State’s Got Talent Winner Veronica Rodionova performing Bollywood Dance
• Magician Brandon Baggett & Abbi Marie
• F.J. Reitz High School Choir
• Ken Goans
• The Arc of Evansville’s Really Little Dancers
• River Brass Six
• Katie Watts
• Legacy Dance Company
• Phoenix Bellydance
• Kimberly Hilliard
• The Evansville Children’s Choir
• And More!

Many community leaders will also take the stage at the show with a few surprise performances to support The Arc of Evansville! Tickets for the show are $20 for adults and $10 for children age 12 and younger. They may be purchased at the Old National Events Plaza box office, at or by calling 1-800-745-3000.

VIP ticket packages, which include prime seating to the show and admission to the Curtain Call Reception with hors d’oeuvres, beer, wine, desserts, music, and a silent auction following the show, are $100 each and may be purchased by calling The Arc of Evansville at 812-428-4500 ext. 309 or may be purchased online at

About The Arc of Evansville
The Arc of Evansville is a not-for-profit organization with the mission to empower individuals with disabilities to build relationships, gain independence and achieve their full potential. Founded in 1954 by a group of parents frustrated with the lack of services for their children with disabilities, the organization has become a leading advocate for the rights of individuals with disabilities. Innovative services range from training and supports for employment, transition services from high school to adult life, volunteer opportunities in the community, and the development of life skills, in addition to an inclusive child care center for children with and without disabilities.