The Owensboro-Daviess County Christmas Parade is coming up at 5pm, Saturday, November 23rd.  Yesterday, parade officials named this year's route.  And we are thrilled with the latest batch of news as well.  Owensboro artist Aaron Kizer was recently named the Honorary Grand Marshal!

Aaron Kizer's official Facebook page

Aaron is quickly becoming one of the biggest stars in the world of pop culture art.  He is currently performing at events all over the country and has painted and painted for all sorts of celebrities.  He, like this year's Grand Marshal, Jenny Beth Willis from American Idol, has represented Owensboro on various national stages.  We are so proud of Aaron and his accomplishments and cannot wait to cheer for him in the parade.

And the Owensboro-Daviess County Christmas Parade is the second of two big weekends for Aaron locally.  This weekend, he will be performing live at Pangea.  Take my advice and go.

If you've never seen Aaron Kizer paint in person, you are missing out on one of Owensboro's real treasures.  His art will completely mess with your mind.  You will be amazed at how quickly he can bring something to life and be even more amazed to learn that he typically does these paintings upside down.  The way that Aaron sees the world is truly a gift.  And the way he breathes life into his creations is a gift to us.  And, Saturday, November 16th, Aaron is going to prove why he is "A Piece of Work."

Tickets for Aaron Kizer's newest live performance are available now by CLICKING HERE!

"A Piece of Work" is 8pm, Saturday, November 16th at the Pangea Center on Carter Road in Owensboro.  General admission tickets are just $20 per person.  V.I.P. tickets are $40 per person and include special seating and a limited edition Kizer print.

This event will feature Aaron and his friend Byron Doty, who is an accomplished tattoo artist, will be performing live as well.


Get your tickets for "A Piece of Work" now.  Aaron Kizer is an incredible talent and we are so fortunate to have him here in Owensboro.  And what better way than honor and recognize him than declare him Honorary Grand Marshal at the 2013 Owensboro-Daviess County Christmas Parade.