Suits That Rock


SUITS THAT ROCK is The Carnegie’s annual sell out fundraiser and local music tradition that features community and corporate leaders leaving the boardroom in favor of the stage.  We are honored to announce that this year’s concert raised over $210,000 for arts education in our region, a new record for the event.

Thank you to everyone who supported SUITS THAT ROCK this year.  This incredible achievement would not have been possible without our sponsors, the Suits, audience members, staff members, friends and family.

In total, the Suits have raised over $1.7 million dollars for The Carnegie Arts Education programs serving students who otherwise, may not have access to the arts


Presenting Sponsor: St. Elizabeth Healthcare


Gold Sponsors

Rich & Lisa Boehne; CIG Communities; Cintas; Corporex; Fidelity; Friends of the Carnegie; HSD Metrics; Mega Corp Pavilion at OVATION, UBS Financial Services; PNC Bank; Qual IT Resources; Ladislas & Vilma Segoe Family Foundation.

Fanzooka Sponsors

Champlin Architecture; Qual IT Resources; CVG International Airport

Silver Sponsors

altafiber; Barleycorn’s; Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine; Deloitte; Lisa & Normand Desmarais; Dinsmore & Shohl; Duke Energy; Frost Brown Todd; Greater Cincinnati Foundation; Hellman Clothiers; Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky; Mariner Wealth Advisors; Refinery Ventures, Rumpke Waste & Recycling; Robert & Dell Ann Sathe; Victory Wholesale Group; Western & Southern Financial Group.

Bronze Sponsors

 84.51; AAA Club Alliance; Adams Law; Aronoff, Rosen & Hunt; Sara & Richard Behrman; BHMK Law; Chris & Valerie Bopp; C-Forward; DBL Law; Encore Technologies; getWITit; Kelly Bros. Lumber + Design Co.; Midland Atlantic Properties; Houchens Insurance Group; Our Heritage Bank; Ken & Beth Shumate; John & Jan Steinman; Jan & Tim Timmel; Union Home Mortgage; The Vories Team; Walt’s Hitching Post; Ward Family Foundation; WesBanco Bank; Westcott & Schaff Picture Framing.

Host Sponsors

 BAIRD Private Wealth Management – The Tapke Tapke & Dammel Team; Fifth Third Bank; The Hughes Group; Insight Enterprises & NetApp; Mazak; Precision Motorcars; Rudler, PSC; Strauss Troy Attorneys at Law; Towne Properties; Pine Gate.

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LANGUAGE: Sexual references, mild obscenities, and homophobic slurs.

ALCOHOL: Alcohol is consumed.

VIOLENCE: There is a boxing match in the musical.

FOR WHICH AUDIENCE: Kinky Boots is a mature musical comedy. The play is best suited for Grade 8 and up.

RATING: If it were a movie, Kinky Boots would be rated “PG-13.”


SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN is a family-friendly production, appropriate for all ages.

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