Shout! A Beatles Celebration with Glenn Gass” at 8 p.m. March 2 at Flix Brewhouse in Carmel.
The event is a benefit for Metropolitan Youth Orchestra, a youth and family development program of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Gass, Indiana University provost professor of music, developed a series of courses on the history of rock and popular music, including historical survey courses and courses devoted to the music of the Beatles and Bob Dylan.
Gass’ courses on rock and pop music were the first to be offered through a school of music and are believed to be the longest-running courses of their kind world-wide, according to his Jacobs School of Music biography. He is the author of “A History of Rock Music: The Rock and Roll Era” in 1994.
The $75 ticket includes a pre-show meal from Flix Brewhouse, two drink tickets and a question and answer session with Gass following the show.
There will be a reception and silent auction in the Flix lobby.
For more, visit flixbrewhouse.com/carmel/shout-a-beatles-celebration-with-glenn-gass.