Lake Junaluska Singers perform “Songs by the Lakeshore”

The Lake Junaluska Singers’ “Songs by the Lakeshore” concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 18-19 in Stuart Auditorium. 

Song selections include “Battle of Jericho,” “It is Well,” “On Broadway,” “Old Man River,” “Empty Chairs, Empty Tables,” and much more.

Since 1954, the Lake Junaluska Singers have served as musical ambassadors for Lake Junaluska and The United Methodist Church. With concert repertoire including classical choral music, hymn arrangements, spirituals, and musical comedy, this 16-voice professional ensemble presents seasonal concerts at Lake Junaluska. In addition, the group tours across the country and around the world, sharing God’s love through inspiring music.

Reserved seating is $20 per person and general admission is $17.50.  Children 18 and under are free in general admission seating only. Purchase tickets online at www.lakejunaluska.com/concert-tickets or at the Bethea Welcome Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

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