Under the direction of the choral directors from CSMA and/or the individual schools, each school's chorus will sing one song. The entire group of more than 500 children will open the show and also will perform a medley of songs from the sixties as part of a grand finale. Both admission and parking are free for this public event (held rain or shine), which is part of the Shoreline-CSMA Partnership in Commitment to Arts Education. Gates and concessions open at 5 pm, with the concert beginning at 6:30 pm on Shoreline's Main Stage.
Attendees are invited to Shoreline Amphitheatre prior to the Choral Fest to picnic and to socialize with students, families and other community members. From 5-6 pm on the lawn picnic area, attendees will enjoy pre-show entertainment by the Crittenden Jazz Band and Crittenden Latin Dance Club.
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