SAULT STE. MARIE, MICH. – Bruce Williams and Terry Ree return to DreamMakers Theater on Saturday, Sept. 2 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 3 at 4 p.m. Tickets are available now for $12.50 and can be purchased online at tickets.kewadin.com or at the Kewadin Box Office.
For over four decades, Williams and Ree have entertained audiences with their music and humor.
Their routine, The Indian and The White Guy, is filled with messages of love, harmony and just enough truth about their differences to have audiences rolling in the aisles.
Their observations on world events and human nature have launched this duo into legendary status as one of America’s favorite comedy teams.
“Williams and Ree are crowd favorites who have headlined events across the country,” said Russ McKerchie, Kewadin Casinos representative. “Having these two seasoned comedians return to Sault Ste. Marie is very exciting.”
The concert joins a lineup of internationally renowned artists to perform at Kewadin Casinos.
In recent months, Kewadin Casino Sault Ste. Marie and Kewadin Casino St. Ignace have been the sites of performances by Lita Ford, Air Supply, Howie Mandel, Starship and Bret Michaels.
Country singers Josh Turner and William Michael Morgan will perform at Kewadin Casino St. Ignace in August. Kewadin Casinos continues to be a premier entertainment venue in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
“Providing a line-up of high-quality entertainers has always been a top priority for Kewadin Casinos,” McKerchie said. “Crowd favourites and respected comedians such as Williams and Ree provide memorable shows to audiences of all ages.”
This August is a busy one for Kewadin Casinos. On top of a packed entertainment calendar, Kewadin is giving away a Chrysler 300 every Saturday from Aug. 5 to Sept. 2 during its Kewadin 300 promotion. Those coming to watch the Williams and Ree performance can play for their chance to win a car.
Besides the Kewadin Casinos in Sault Ste. Marie and St. Ignace, the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians owns and operates casinos in Manistique, Christmas and Hessel.
Located in one of the most scenic regions of North America, Kewadin Casinos currently offers 2,031 slot machines, 55 table games, hotels, dining and other amenities at five properties in Michigan’s eastern and central Upper Peninsula.
Owned and operated by the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, Kewadin Casinos are the premier gaming destinations for people who live in and visit the Upper Peninsula, which is bordered on the south by Lake Michigan and Lake Huron, on the west by Wisconsin, and on the north by Lake Superior and Canada.
For more information or to purchase tickets visit tickets.kewadin.com or at the Kewadin Box Office, 906-635-4917 or 1-800-539-2346 (1-800-KEWADIN).