Tickets available soon. Word of Peace Lutheran, Rogers Concert Choir Tour
Southwest USA June 11-28 Various Locations TBA SingOut: Summer Music Camp July 30 – August 4, 2018 Land of Lakes Choirboys On the Road with the Concert Choir June 30, 2017 / by Aaron Carpenter “Oh Yes, They Make Signs for You”, Day 18, June 29th The boys came home yesterday! We traveled from Rothschild, WI… June 29, 2017 / by Aaron Carpenter “O Say, Can You See”, Day 17, June 28th June 28, 2017 / by Aaron Carpenter “I’m Not Good at Defining Things” Day 16, June 27th June 27, 2017 / by Aaron Carpenter “It Looks Like Valley Fair on Steroids!” Day 15, June 26th June 26, 2017 / by Aaron Carpenter “Friday the 13th”, Day 14, June 25th READ THE FULL TOUR BLOG
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