Mid-Columbia Mastersingers to host first live concert since Feb. 2020
RICHLAND, Wash. – After nearly a year and a half, the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers are ready to get back on stage to perform live for Tri-Cities music lovers on Sunday, June 6.
According to a release issued by the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers on Wednesday morning, the group will host its first live, in-person concert since February 2020. The Summer Pop Music Concert will include some of the greatest hits from the 1970s to current day by local vocalists and musicians.
Participating singers include Tiphony Dames, Hannah Evans, Katie Evans, Daphne Jackson, Janet Krupin, Ashley Luksic, and Craig Sutton. Additionally, Michael Novakovich will perform on the drums throughout the concert. The event will be emceed by two local radio personalities: Raleigh Hawthorne from Mix 105.3 and Reka Robinson from Power 99.1.
This concert will be held on the HAPO Stage at John Dam Plaza, which is located at 815 George Washington Way in Richland. There will be two performances — One at 3:00 p.m. and another at 6:00 p.m. on June 6.
The suggested ticket price for adults is $10, but children K-12 can attend for free.
Please be advised that proper masking and social distancing guidelines will be in place to ensure that the event is held as safely as possible.
Here’s more about the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers from the group itself:
Led by Artistic Director Justin Raffa, Mid-Columbia Mastersingers is an auditioned ensemble of experienced singers in eastern Washington. We envision a community where choral singing is valued, supported, and accessible to all cultures, ethnicities, and generations. It is our mission to transform lives through the power of choral music.
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