makes it easy with a Valentine's Day package that includes room and dinner at the hotel for $149, and they're running it in tandem with a special jazz concert at the McConnell Arts Center on February 14. Add in a few hours to take in some of your favorite Worthington hotspots—like Denig Jewelers, Igloo Letterpress, House Wine, The Candle Lab, and the Shops at Worthington Place, to name a few—and you've got a romantic getaway.
The concert, which is presented by the Urban Jazz Coalition and the Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center, features the Urban Jazz Coalition and Trippin 'N' Rhythm recording artist Nick Colionne, as well as special guest Elizabeth Mis. It's part of the Live @ The MAC Concert Series. Tickets are not included in the hotel package, but they're available online at mcconnellarts.org and urbanjazzcoalition.net. You can also call 614-431-0329 for more information.
Back at the Holiday Inn Worthington, the dinner menu will include split lobster tail stuffed with crab meat, petite filet with demi-glace, twice-baked potato, sautéed asparagus, and chocolate lava cake with vanilla bean ice cream. This delectable dinner is part of the package and a wonderful complement to the evening.
To reserve your package, call the Holiday Inn Worthington at 614-436-0700 and ask for the Valentine Package. For more information about things to do in and around Worthington, go to visitworthingtonohio.com.
About the concert.....
With a jazz style that is both urban and contemporary, Nick Colionne has blazed a trail to the top of the smooth jazz music world and is one of the most in-demand artists in the genre. Combining all of the various influences of his music career, from jazz and R&B, to blues and rock, Colionne has created an unmistakable sound and a vibe that is instantly recognizable.
Elizabeth Mis is an emerging soprano saxophone superstar who was originally introduced to Columbus music fans by Urban Jazz Coalition. The Cleveland native gave a crowd pleasing performance at The 2013 Jazz & Rib Festival and has gained a strong national fan base among smooth jazz lovers.