Young artists from around the world are sharing their gifts with southeast Minnesota

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CHATFIELD, Minn. (KTTC) – A group of talented young artists from places like Vietnam, Germany, and Jamaica are keeping a summer tradition alive in southeastern Minnesota.

The Songs of Hope concert program performed in Chatfield Monday night. This year’s concert is a mix of light-hearted songs about ice cream and potatoes chips and well as songs with a timely message about immigration.

Upcoming Performances:

TUESDAY, JULY 16 – First Congregational Church of Lake City – Lake City – 7:30 pm

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17 – Old School Arts Center – Sandstone – 7:00 pm

THURSDAY, JULY 18 – Free Music in Library Park – Mora – 6:30 pm

FRIDAY, JULY 19 – Pilgrim Congregational UCC – Duluth – 7:00 pm

SATURDAY, JULY 20 – Encore Performing Arts Center – Cloquet – 2:00 pm

SUNDAY JULY 21 – Nicollet Island Pavilion (Sister Cities Day) – Minneapolis – 1:30 pm (20 minutes)

TUESDAY, JULY 23 – Friendship Village – Bloomington – 7:00 pm (AIS)

THURSDAY, JULY 25 – Lutheran Church of the Redeemer – St. Paul – 7:00 pm

SATURDAY, JULY 27 – E.M. Pearson Theatre, 312 Hamline Ave N, St. Paul – 7:30 pm

SUNDAY JULY 28 – Boyd Park, Selby and Virginia, St. Paul – 6:30 pm – Community Picnic at 5:30

NewsCenter’s Linda Ha reports.

Linda Ha

Linda Ha

Reporter | @LindaHaTV | lha@kttc.com

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