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CFCArts Presents “Welcome to the ’60s”

CFCArts Presents “Welcome to the ’60s”

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 15 May 2014 until 16 May 2014
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Location
Northland Church

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Take a journey back in time as non-profit arts organization Central Florida Community Arts (CFCArts) proudly presents Welcome to the ’60s, a joint venture of their 250-voice Community Choir, members of their Community Orchestra, and the CFCArts Dance Team.

Welcome to the ‘60s is not just another jukebox musical revue. Bring your tribe out to Northland to commune with ours in a groovy night of nostalgic music that will recap the events that revolutionized a decade. This is CFCArts’ “Year of Inspiration”, so what better way to inspire our community than to share our favorite hits of that era with you. The ‘60s was a period of great change and you will experience that IMPACT with songs ranging from Motown to the Beatles to the Beach Boys!

Welcome to the ’60s will be held at Northland Church at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 15 and Friday, May 16. General Admission tickets are $10 each, and children age 3 and under will be admitted for free. Tickets are on sale now at CFCArts.

Joshua Vickery, founder and Executive Director of Central Florida Community Arts, created the organization to create opportunity for artists of all ages to come together and perform. Ticket prices to CFCArts’ shows are intentionally kept low to help make the arts accessible and affordable. Proceeds of all tickets purchased will go to the Central Florida Community Arts organization, which also includes the CFCArts Orchestra, Gospel Choir and Classical Choir, age-specific Children & Youth Arts programs and the CFCArts School of Performing Arts.

Central Florida Community Arts (CFCArts) is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) entity whose mission is to create a cultural platform where every person of every age can join an artistic family and connect, serve and perform to advance the arts in Central Florida. Besides producing seasonal concerts, the heartbeat of CFCArts is to give back to the community by partnering with local non-profits and performing, for free, at their fundraisers or for the clients they serve. Immediate future plans include their monthly Spotlight Series, as well as the continuing Spring 2014 seasons of the organization’s Community Choir, Classical Choir, Gospel Choir, String Orchestra, Wind Orchestra, Children & Youth programs and extended classes in their School of Performing Arts.