Tornadoes battered their school and their homes. Their spring break was filled with cleanup and recovery work that has only just begun. But for one night, students at a southern Indiana high school hope to put all that aside to enjoy an evening that one of country music’s biggest acts planned just for them.
By Rick Callahan, Associated Press
, May 17, 2012
The Valley City Area Concert Association will present its final concert, Metales M5, a brass quintet from Mexico, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Vangstad Auditorium on the campus of Valley City State University. The cost is $10 per person for those who are not members of the concert association.
Metales M5 features two trumpets, a French horn, trombone and tuba.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Black Keys and English indie darlings Florence and the Machine will headline this year’s three-day Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago, Jane’s Addiction lead singer and Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell announced Wednesday.
By Caryn Rousseau, Associated Press
, April 12, 2012
When the Jamestown Civic Center and its parking lot were transformed into “Sandbag Central” more than a year ago, operations were forced to change.
The Shrine Circus and a Girl Scouts convention were postponed, the Home and Garden Show was cancelled and the annual police concert relocated along with Jamestown College’s Dine and Bid and a wrestling tournament. On top of that, the Civic Center had to be cleaned of sand and dirt after indoor sandbagging.
The Valley City State University Concert Choir and University Singers, under the direction of Dr. Leesa Levy, and the VCSU Saxophone Quartet, will perform a series of concerts on tour from Nov. 2–4. The tour will take the ensembles to communities in eastern North Dakota and western Minnesota.
Christmas in the Jamestown area always means a variety of entertainment and activities sure to get you into the holiday spirit.
From elementary schools to college, Christmas programs abound. This weekend the Jamestown College Choir Christmas Concert, “Prince of Peace,” will provide three opportunities at St. James Basilica for residents to enjoy the sacred music of the season. Along with local elementary school offerings, the Anne Carlsen Center will present its student and staff program, “Celebrating Christmas,” on Dec. 19.
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