Tickets for the Vocal Point concert in Coeur d’Alene sold out on Nov. 4 – but that doesn’t mean the local host of the event has stopped hearing from Inland Northwest residents still holding out hope.
The show on Saturday, Nov. 16 at the Schuler Performing Arts Center on the campus of North Idaho College has been marketed for months by the Spokane chapter of the BYU Management Society with promotional material in many of the LDS buildings throughout the region. Events Chair Shaun Brown of the Spokane Valley Stake says the interest has been encouraging – even after the last ticket was sold.
“We are thrilled at the response from the Spokane/Coeur d’Alene region,” Shaun said. “Emails and phone calls have been constant with individuals hoping there are still a few tickets to be had.”
The concert features the internationally renowned ensemble of nine vocalists from Brigham Young University – sans backup band – as they run through a set list that includes contemporary pop hits, traditional spirituals and most musical genres in between.
Proceeds from the concert will fund scholarships for local high school students and returned LDS missionaries awarded each year by the BYU Management Society. The Vocal Point show is the latest in an impressive series of benefits sponsored by the... Read Full Story →