Namen Namen at the Embassy Theatre

Embassy Theatre Namen Namen
The Namen Namen rock band. Photo courtesy of The Embassy Theatre.

Embassy Theatre news release regarding an upcoming virtual concert by the Namen Namen rock band:

Live Virtual Performances Highlight Local Musicians
First band is Namen Namen this Saturday

FORT WAYNE, INDIANA (January 18, 2021) – The Embassy Theatre presents five live virtual performances with local musicians and artists on the Embassy stage starting this Saturday, January 23. Each event will be hosted on Saturdays in January and February and feature the band or performer on the Embassy stage at 7 p.m. for a 45-minute performance.

The Embassy felt this was a solution to the winter blues for patrons who love the local music scene and wanted an option from the comfort of home. Also, this gives the bands an opportunity to perform during a time when live events have been limited or canceled. All five performances are varied and showcase the variety of musical talent the city has to offer, everything from country to pop to rap. The Embassy will be providing video footage to each band for use in future promotion and marketing efforts.

These events give patrons the chance to support the Embassy and the artists during the pandemic. The Embassy intentionally chose a lower ticket price to encourage more patrons to attend and support these artists during a time with gathering has been limited due to the pandemic. The organization encourages viewers to donate to any virtual tip jars provided during the performances.

FIRST UP: Namen Namen is a four-piece rock band that includes Dylan Record (vocals), Ron Record (drums), Kellen Baker (guitar), and Zara McCord (bass). The band formed a year ago and has a solid set comprised of original music with the occasional cover. They are fighting through this COVID-19 era with their creativity and energy! The band members are between the ages of 18 and 20 and have been performing since they were young. Dylan and Ron (brothers) have been playing together since they could walk, and Ron and Kellen first played together in a Beatles cover band when they were 11 and 12 years old at Rock the Plaza. All four band members attended the Sweetwater Academy.

Those who can’t make the live event will have a video on demand option starting Jan. 27 for Namen Namen. This same video on demand option will be available on the Wednesday following all performances.

As a way to enhance the viewing experience, the Embassy has created a 2021 Snack Pack to have on hand while watching virtual events. Patrons can pick up a snack pack at the Embassy on the day of the show between 4 and 6:30 p.m. It features two small buttery popcorns, two bottles of water, one bag of caramel corn and choice of two candies for just $21. No pre-order necessary. The organization is trying to make this easy and quick. Drive up to the STAR Bank box office, pay and pick up with thorough COVID-19 protocols in place.

TICKETS: Virtual tickets for all five performances can be purchased for $10 (plus service fees) at (see specific links below for all performers). A valid email address is required at checkout. A private live stream link will be sent to the patron’s email to be viewed at show time only. One virtual pass per household. If you have any questions, contact the STAR Bank box office at the Embassy (260.424.5665) at 125 W. Jefferson Blvd., Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Namen Namen – January 23, 2021: Link to purchase Saturday 7 p.m. LIVE virtual ticket

Moser Woods – January 30, 2021: Link to purchase Saturday 7 p.m. LIVE virtual ticket

Night to Remember – February 6, 2021: Link to purchase Saturday 7 p.m. LIVE virtual ticket

Mason Dixon Line – February 13, 2021: Link to purchase Saturday 7 p.m. LIVE virtual ticket

Sankofa – February 20, 2021: Link to purchase Saturday 7 p.m. LIVE virtual ticket

More details to come on each Saturday’s performers the week of each event. Also, follow the Embassy on Facebook and Instagram for updates.

These unique events are sponsored in part by Chuck and Lisa Surack and Sweetwater.

Activities at the Embassy are made possible in part by Arts United of Greater Fort Wayne and the Indiana Arts Commission, which receives support from the State of Indiana and the National Endowment for the Arts.


About the Embassy Theatre
Built in 1928, the Embassy Theatre is Indiana’s largest self-sustaining historic theater. Originally known as the Emboyd, with the adjoining seven-story Indiana Hotel, the majestic movie palace and vaudeville theater introduced Indiana to the biggest stars of stage and screen. Today, the Embassy is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Combining the beauty of a bygone era with the energy and diversity of today’s performers, the Embassy is the showplace of Northern Indiana. Many choose to host events and weddings at the Embassy, as it offers flexibility and a unique event experience in an iconic piece of Fort Wayne history. Visit the Embassy at for more information.

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