GENERAL ADMISSION: $20 in advance, $25 day of show.
Children 12 & under – FREE with accompanying adult.
Call 508-487-0477 for more information.
St. Petersburg’s exuberant 120-voice chorus returns to the Palladium with their unique blend of songs about social justice, civil rights, diversity and equality, and sheer entertainment. Now in their fourth season, they give performances that have been described as “joyous, uplifting and beautifully sung” by Creative Loafing who honored them with a Best of the Bay Award for “Best Voices Raised Together in Song.” The titles of some of their songs suggest their mission of helping make the world a better place: “Rise Up,” “Hope, Struggle and Change,” “Pride: In the Name of Love,” “Takin’ It to the Streets,” “Born This Way,” “If You’re Lookin’ for Freedom.” They’ll also perform an inspiring new song by local singer/songwriter and OCC member Tim Burnaman called “How We Doin’ Dr. King?” They’ll be joined by the gospel-singing Alumni Singers who have been singing together for 40 years.
The concert will be ASL interpreted.