The Power of Words at IU Auditorium
The Friends of the Library and Monroe County Public Library present The Power of Words with civil rights icon Congressman John Lewis (GA-5), co-writer Andrew Aydin, and local artist Nate Powell.
The Power of Words is a free ticketed event and takes place Monday, September 21, at 7:30 p.m. in IU Auditorium.
The Power of Words at IU Auditorium is presented in partnership with the Indiana Memorial Union Board.
The Power of Words is a free event. There are no free tickets remaining, however, there are still many seats available. If you did not get a ticket and want to attend The Power of Words, you are encouraged to join the stand-by line at IU Auditorium Monday evening. All empty seats will be filled from the stand-by line 15 minutes before the program begins.
If you do have a ticket, please make sure to be at IU Auditorium and in your seat by 7:15 p.m.
The stand-by and ticket lines will be recognized by IU Auditorium at 5:30 p.m.
Free parking is available at IU's Atwater and Poplar parking garages, including a free shuttle to and from IU Auditorium. Full parking and shuttle information.
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