The BYU-Idaho College of Performing and Visual Arts will present its second major July concert to celebrate American patriots and pioneers. Tenor George Dyer will join more than 300 students, including the Men’s and Women’s choirs, Symphonic Band, dancers, and narrators in the patriotic tribute. The production will be held in the new 15,000-seat BYU-Idaho Center. George Dyer is a gifted performer of musical theater and opera, and has enchanted countless audiences in the United States and Europe, including performances with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
Tickets go on sale June 13. $6 for general public, $3 for BYU-Idaho students. No children under 6. To make the concert affordable to families, a special $15 family rate is available at the Kimball Ticket Office or by calling 496-3170 (not available online).