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December 3, 2016: Tickets are available at the door. Plenty of seating is available.
The Potter Family performs with Acappella Chorus for One-time Event for 2 Christmas Concerts in One Night
LEAD, SD – The award-winning Potter Family of Rapid City is known in the Black Hills for their rich vocals and professional presence. All five talented family members will join together for a special Christmas concert of well-known holiday music and also the Shrine of Democracy chorus, a 30-member acapella singing group also of Rapid City, on Saturday, December 3rd at 7:30 p.m. at the Historic Homestake Opera House located at 313 West Main Street, Lead.
These award-winning professional performers are Black Hills favorites and will touch the hearts of young and old alike with the spirit of Christmas. Be prepared to laugh, cry, and sing along as their amazing voices and rich harmonies satisfy the music lover in everyone. The Mount Rushmore Chapter and the Shrine of Democracy Chorus promotes, encourages, and perpetuates the barbershop style of singing in both the chorus and quartets by bringing men together in harmony and fellowship, thereby enriching their lives through singing and performances. With their wide variety of iconic music, warm family humor, and engaging shows, these groups never fail to bring nostalgia while delivering amazing vocals.
Admission is $15 adults, $10 for members and $5 for students. Seating is open/first-come, first served.
Cookies and coffee are provided, and a variety of wine, beer, and soda is available for purchase.
To purchase tickets, stop in to the Homestake Opera House office in the back of the building at 308 Julius Street, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., or call the box office at 605-584-2067, or purchase online at HomestakeOperaHouse.org.
Proceeds from the event support ongoing music programming, restoration projects, and operations at the Historic Homestake Opera House.
Free parking is located behind the building, on Main Street, and lot parking within four blocks or less from the theater. The building is wheelchair accessible and assistive listening devices are also available.
For more information contact the HHOH office at 605-584-2067 or visit HomestakeOperaHouse.org.
The HHOH is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to returning the building to productive use for the enrichment of the community and to provide arts and culture and educational opportunities for generations to come.
Support for the HHOH is provided in part by the HHOH annual members, the City of Lead, and the Adams-Mastrovich Family Foundation. The HHOH is a equal opportunity provider and employer.
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Historic Homestake Opera House
"A Theater Built by a Gold Mine" in 1914 hosts year-round concerts, theatre, dances, educational presentations and tours. Tours are 45 minutes in length and are $10.00 per person. A new Interpretive Exhibit showcases the original theater seats, light fixtures, archival photography and the entire story of the building that boasted a 1,000-seat theater along with a billiards hall, heated indoor swimming pool, bowling alley, social hall, and more.