Free tickets to Heritage Chorale’s Pops Concert for seniors and kids (limited – so act soon)

The Heritage Chorale is holding their Pops Concert on May 31st at St. Mark’s School. Thanks to grants, they are offering 50 free tickets to seniors and 50 more to kids accompanied by a paying adult.

The concert, titled “And the Winner Is…!” features award winning songs and songs from award winning plays or movies. The concert showcases family friendly selections:

Starting in 1935 with “Lullaby of Broadway,” other songs and shows like “Just the Way You Look Tonight”, “Steam Heat” and “Hernando’s Hideaway” from The Pajama Game”, the movie Jersey Boys, “Bridge Over Troubled Water”, a medley from Broadway’s The Lion King, a medley from Wicked, and ends with Disney’s animated phenomenon, Frozen, including “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?”, and “Let it Go.”

A reception follows the concert.

To reserve the free senior and child tickets on a first-come-first served basis, write to, subject line “Free tickets” or call 1-508-270-3999. The limited free tickets are sponsored by grants from MutualOne Bank Charitable Foundation and the Southborough Cultural Arts Council. 

If you don’t qualify for the free tickets, take advantage of discount advance tickets offered online through April 29th for $5 off the door price.

The concert takes place on Sunday, May 31 at 4:00 pm. Starting at 2:30 pm, a shuttle bus will run every 15 minutes from Woodward School lot for overflow parking. (Drivers may drop passengers off at St Mark’s, then park at Woodward.)

For more concert details, including a concert and parking map and a musical preview, visit Heritage Chorale’s website.


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