Date: Thursday February 27, 2020

Start Time: Doors open at 6:30PM, Show at 7:15PM (VIP Entry opens at 5:15PM)

Details: Reserve your tickets today for the first ever Dueling Piano showdown staged in the prestigious Hawthorne Hotel ballroom in Salem, MA. This entertaining weeknight all-out battle will be a guaranteed crowd pleaser with top notch, high energy pianists that will surely keep you laughing, signing and clapping along to all your favorite requested songs!! These two longtime pianists will be dueling it out with the help of the audience to see who can raise the most money for our nonprofits, Stepping Stones for Stella and Northeast Arc. 

Light refreshments, desserts and coffee station included in ticket price.
Limited Tickets are Available
Ticket Types:
General Admission – $75 
VIP Tickets Entry – $125 (Premium seating, cocktail hour with 3 passed hors d’oeuvres & drink voucher)
Tables Sponsors – $1000 for 10 guests. Perks of the VIP Ticket and includes recognition during the event introduction and in the event program.

Traveling to Salem: Use the Newburyport/Rockport Commuter Rail! (Chelsea, Lynn, Swampscott, Beverly, Hamilton/Wenham, Ipswich, Rowley, Newburyport, Beverly Farms, Manchester, Gloucester, or Rockport to Salem)

Accommodations: Have Friday off or traveling from afar? Why not make a night of it and stay at our host hotel, please call guest services and mention you are attending this event.

More about the event causes:
Stepping Stones for Stella is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide Buggies to children with disabilities to ensure they and their families experience the joy and freedom of the great outdoors to its fullest. Since 2013, SSFS has donated over 450 buggies to families with children with disabilities and has raised over $400,000. The production of one buggy is approximately $600 and all proceeds go directly to the manufacturing of these buggies. Learn more:

Northeast Arc is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization that focuses their mission in helping people with disabilities become full participants in the community; choosing for themselves how to live, learn, work, socialize and play. Their programs have expanded to support children and adults with a broader range of disabilities, including autism and physical disabilities. Their organization currently serves approximately 15,000 people in nearly 190 cities and towns.  Learn more:

Refunds: Attendees can request refunds up to 7 days before your event’s start date.

Event Questions: Email  or call 978-594-7050