Division of Music presents Stayin’ Alive Canada

MINOT, N.D. – The musical group Stayin’ Alive Canada — a Bee Gees tribute band — will perform at Ann Nicole Nelson Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 24 as a Minot State University Division of Music fundraiser.

Stayin’ Alive Canada will perform a full Bee Gees playlist while showcasing big screen video clips, photos, and stunning imagery. Doors open at 6 p.m. with the show starting at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are available at the door during box office hours or can be purchased in advance online at beegeesminot.com. The event has an exclusive VIP ticket package and a special promotion where purchasing four tickets will earn an entry into a drawing for VIP ticket upgrades.

All profits from the concert will benefit the Minot State University Division of Music Concert Choir and their Norway tour.

The choir departs in May, 2019 for Skien, Minot’s sister city, in Telemark, Norway, and will travel to a variety of locations such as Rauland, Notodden, and Oslo. The schedule of events includes participating in Syttende Mai — Norwegian Constitution Day — celebrations, recording a CD in the blues and jazz capital of Europe, and visiting Langesund Fjord for a joint concert with a men’s shanty choir.

“Most of these kids in the choir are going to be music educators and going abroad is such an important life-enriching experience. What better group to have this experience than people who are going to be investing in the next generation of children,” Emerson Eads, Minot State director of choral activities.

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Published: 11/16/18   

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