Urban Shakedancers Reunion with Tommy Thompson
Doors at 8 PM, 21 and over, Sorry no refunds
TYPES OF TICKETS
There are no bad views of our stage at The Vista, even if you are standing! Often these are the best tickets if you want to be up close and personal with your favorite artist. Be aware that holders of Standing Room - Main Floor tickets have not purchased a seat and are not guaranteed a seat. This means that for sold out shows, holders of these tickets will likely be standing. If you want to assure the exclusivity and comfort of a reserved table at a show that is likely to sell out, we recommend purchasing a Reserved Table. However, at most shows, we only allow up to half the tables to be saved as reserved and the remaining will be available for General Admission ticket holders. Any reserved tables not purchased will be available for General Admission.
Don’t like standing or bumping elbows, or maybe you want to take the worry out of fighting traffic to be early to get a table? Exclusivity may be for you! Reserved Table tickets provide ticket holders the option to have a table saved for you. When the doors open to our venue, your reserved table will be waiting for you. Please note, Reserved Table tickets must be purchased in groups of 4 or 6, as there are 4 or 6 seats per table.
Food menu and full bar service available. Outside food and drink may not be brought into the Vista Room.
Please call us at 404-321-5000 for any questions before the show.
As Governor of Wisconsin from 1987 to 2001, Thompson repeatedly cut taxes while holding the line on state spending. Under Thompson, Wisconsin led the nation in moving tens of thousands of families off of the dependence on a welfare check to the independence of a paycheck. He removed government from the schoolhouse door for thousands of minority students in Milwaukee by allowing them to choose where they go to school – no matter where they live or how much money their families earn. He gave hard-working families access to affordable health care by expanding coverage to tens of thousands hard-working families who lacked insurance but made too much money to qualify for government health programs.
Thompson took that willingness to innovate and ability to get things done to Washington as the Secretary of Health and Human Services from 2001 to 2005. Thompson led the way in rebuilding our nation’s crumbling public health infrastructure after 9/11. He worked tirelessly to provide prescription drug coverage to our nation’s seniors once and for all. And as Chairman of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, he was the driving force in America’s unprecedented investment to stop the spread of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria around the world.
Thompson, now a senior partner in a law firm and heading a health care think tank, announced in December that he formed an exploratory committee as he considers a run for President in 2008.
Thompson was born in Elroy, Wisconsin, where his father ran a gas station and country grocery store. He and his wife Sue Ann have three children – Kelli, Tommi and Jason – and five grandchildren.
-Tommy Thompson Exploratory Committee