SilverSounds Northwest will pay tribute to the long-running TV show ‘American Bandstand’ with their own Rockin’ version called B-Town Bandstand at the Highline Performing Arts Center at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 21.
“SilverSounds Northwest salutes American popular music from the sixties through today by performing hits like, Help Me Rhonda, Fire and Rain, The Man in the Mirror, and Don’t Stop Believin’,” reads an announcement.
SilverSounds is a group of retired folks who believe “You’re never too old to rock ‘n roll.” Under the direction of Paula Hawkins, SilverSounds delights audiences of all ages. With this, their third concert ever, the ensemble combines energetic singing with clever staging and choreography to create a fun-filled show.
Families hunting for affordable entertainment will delight and parents looking for a risk-free way to introduce their children to the joys of choral music can rest easy because Northwest Associated Arts youth ticket program lets young people 17 and under in free with a paid adult ticket.
SilverSounds Northwest, a Burien-based chorus of 40 men and women, has developed a loyal and growing following with family-friendly shows that offer much more than the usual “choral concert.” SilverSounds Northwest is part of Northwest Associated Arts, which includes ChoralSounds Northwest KidSounds Northwest, YouthSounds Northwest, and TeenSounds Northwest.
WHEN: Sunday, April 21 @ 2 p.m.
WHERE: Highline Performing Arts Center – Burien
TICKETS: $15 (17 & under free with a paid adult ticket) www.northwestassociatedarts.org or 206-246-6040.