The Southwest Florida Symphony is asking for your help to unravel the clues and solve a mystery on Friday, Oct. 30 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at the Burrough's Home in downtown Fort Myers.
The Southwest Florida Symphony's Board of Directors invite you to join them playing a live, interactive game of "whodunit" all the while enjoying frighteningly superb wine and devilishly delicious food to feast on from the area's finest chefs, bid on impressive silent auction items and be entertained by the Southwest Florida Symphony Chorus.
Feel the eeriness of the "supposed" haunted Burrough's Home as you wonder through and listen to musicians tell the tale of woe through music, immerse yourself in the mystery and determine the murderer. The right answer could get you the grand prize.
The Southwest Florida Symphony will introduce one suspect a week on our Website www.swflso.org.
All of the suspects will be wondering the grounds during the course of the game to assist guests in narrowing down their choices of which musical instrument was involved as the weapon, which room the terrible plot occurred and who performed the deadly blow.
If you want to treat yourself and not get tricked, there are VIP tickets available for $125 per person. If you fear that VIP is not for you, $75 will get you entered into this event.
To purchase tickets, call the Southwest Florida Symphony box office at 239.418.1500 or visit us online at www.swflso.org/tickets. Costumes or themed attire are encouraged.