Ten Tenors to Hempstead Hall in Hope, AR – Dec. 16


Many a Christmas wish will come true this Wednesday evening, December 16, at Hempstead Hall in Hope, as the Ten Tenors present a holiday celebration show, “Home for the Holidays, at 7:30 p.m. Favorite Christmas standards such as “White Christmas, Joy to the World, and “The Little Drummer Boy” will get everyone into the holiday spirit, while opera and rock and roll tunes will provide something for everyone. The talented Ten Tenors from Australia, currently touring the United States, have six platinum and gold records and have sold over 3.5 million concert tickets. They have performed alongside countless music legends, including Andrea Bocelli, Keith Urban, Rod Stewart, Alanis Morissette, Willie Nelson and Christina Aguilera.

Celebrated for their wonderfully vast repertoire, breathtaking arrangements and powerful live performances, the Ten Tenors have enjoyed 16 years of sell-out performances, including over 2000 headline concerts. More than 90 million people worldwide have witnessed their charm, camaraderie and vocal power, while enjoying their tight harmonies, choreography and friendly manner during a concert. They have also appeared on some of the worldbiggest television events, including performing for Oprah Winfrey, appearing on the MDA Telethon, on Extreme Home Makeover, the Today Show and many more.

“The opportunity to see this caliber show is wonderful for southwest Arkansas and the surrounding area, said Dolly Henley, director of Hempstead Hall on the University of Arkansas at Hope campus. “Tickets start at just $22, she said. “What a fantastic early Christmas present it will be for a whole family to attend this event at such an affordable price. Individual and group tickets are available at hempsteadhall.com or 870.722.8565.

The Ten Tenors is a co-presentation of Hempstead Hall and the Southwest Arkansas Arts Council. Hempstead Hall is located at 2500 S. Main Street in Hope on the UA-Hope campus. For more information, contact Henley at dolly.henley@uacch.edu or 870.722.8565.

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