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Vocal Edge: A Cappella At MAC in January

We have plans to keep your winter blues away when we bring the a cappella group Vocal Edge to the Fine Arts Theater on Mineral Area College’s Park Hills campus. The performance is set for 7 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 14.

Tickets are $10 and may be purchased online, at the Mineral Area College Bookstore, and at the door as supplies last. Tickets to the concert would make a perfect holiday gift for that hard-to-buy-for person in your life.

“These guys are stellar performers who put on a high-energy show that makes you forget that their voices are the only instruments,” Basler said. “The concert will appeal to music lovers of all ages. No matter if your first introduction to a cappella was years ago when you enjoyed a barbershop quartet or just this year when you stumbled upon a great beatboxer on YouTube, you’ll love Vocal Edge!”

See for yourself!

Vocal Edge is the premier professional men’s a cappella group in St. Louis, performing all a cappella music ranging from classic pop songs of the ‘50s and ‘60s, to current pop songs, jazz and doo-wop. Many in the area will remember them as the entertainment at the 2016 Park Hills-Leadington Chamber Banquet. We’re pleased to be bringing them back to the area for this feature performance.

The Mineral Area Council on the Arts is offering a ticket to this performance as part of a special 2016-2017 Performance Series Spring Ticket 3-pack. For $25, you may purchase a ticket to the three remaining Arts Council shows in 2017: Vocal Edge on Jan. 14; The Theatreworks USA Production of “Junie B’s Essential Survival Guide to School” on Feb. 24; and St. Louis Wind Symphony on April 2.

“The 3-ticket package makes a great holiday gift, guarantees your seat at the three remaining shows and offers the convenience of having tickets mailed directly to your home,” Basler said. The package may be purchased on Eventbrite.com

For more information about the Vocal Edge concert, Spring Ticket 3-Pack or other Arts Council events contact Danielle Basler, (573) 518-2125. Financial assistance for this project is provided by the Missouri Arts Council, a state agency.

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