Branson show performing at Danville High to benefit music programs

Branson show performing at Danville High to benefit music programs

DANVILLE — The Branson, Mo., production of "Forever Young" will give a performance later this month at Danville High School to benefit its choral music programs.

The performance will be at 7 p.m. Sept. 30 at the school's Dick Van Dyke Auditorium. The award-winning show takes five friends on a musical journey back to the days of their youth and is packed with pop, rock and country classics.

The evening also includes concessions, a large silent auction and opening performances by the DHS Delegation and North Ridge Redcoats show choirs.

Tickets are $20 for adults and $17 for students 17 and under. They're available at Landmark Credit Union, Danville Gardens, Culver's and Royal Donut or online at danvillechoirs.org.

Topics (3):Education, Music, Theater

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