The country’s leading mentalist, Sidney Friedman, will make his first ever appearance in Corpus Christi on Thursday, April 6, at the Solomon P. Ortiz Center. Friedman is internationally known for his predictions and has appeared on the Today Show, The View, and 20/20. Sidney is known for his “Mind Power Show” of intuitive telepathic feats, and for his uncanny prognostication accuracy on TV news and talk shows.
“Friedman will blow your mind!” – TIMEOUT MAGAZINE
“A few people are better at seeing the future than others, like mentalist Sidney Friedman. We love Sidney.” – Hoda Kotb, host of NBC-TV’s TODAY SHOW
Sidney combines his musical training from the Eastman School of Music with his mental gifts into an astounding demonstration of what he calls “Music Mind Reading, where he senses the exact songs on people’s minds, then plays them on the piano.
“Sidney has telepathic talents, extraordinary ESP, and other mind-blowing abilities… He even attempts to sense songs from several minds at once, then play them all on the piano.” – Susanna Negovan, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES
Friedman brings his amazing talents to Corpus Christi to entertain at the 13th biennial “Harvest of Hope” fundraising event hosted by the Food Bank of Corpus Christi. Proceeds from the event benefit the Food Bank, which works to eliminate hunger and food insecurity in 11 Coastal Bend counties through food distribution and nutrition education.
Included in the event will be music by David & Barbara Brown, photo booth opportunities, raffle baskets, and a ranch style barbeque dinner catered by the Corpus Christi Mustangs.
Tickets, tables, and sponsorships can be purchased online at www.foodbankcc.com or by calling 361-887-6291 x119.
For more information, please contact Lori Wille at 361-887-6291 x119 or LWille@FeedingAmerica.org.
The Food Bank of Corpus Christi is a nonprofit organization that solicits and distributes food which might otherwise go to waste or be discarded by manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers. Since 1982, the Food Bank has been fighting hunger in the Coastal Bend by providing food and personal care products to various charity and service agencies in the 11–county service area. The Food Bank’s mission is “To reduce hunger in South Texas through food distribution and nutrition education”.