African Childrens Choir Bring Their Energy To Ballymena

The world famous African Childrens Choir are set to play two concerts in Ballymena soon.
They will sing at All Saint’s Parish Church on Thursday 10th December 2015 before moving on to Cullybackey College the following evening, (Friday 11th December)
Pupils from St. Colmcille’s Primary School will be taking part in the both shows. Their peers at Cullybackey College hope to join them on night two along with children from The Diamond and Fourtowns PS.

Tickets are priced at £8 or £5 concession with all proceeds going towards Music For Life, the official fundraising charity of the African Childrens Choir.
The organisation works in seven different African nations and has educated 52,000 children as well as impacting the lives of over 100,000 people through its relief and development programmes.

The African Childrens Choir travel the world as ambassadors for some of Africa’s most vulnerable children.

As its members travel throughout the world, the choir acts as an ambassador for some of Africa’s most vulnerable children. Funds raised go not only towards the education and care of the young people on tour but also the continuing development of Music of Life programme’s which supports some of the continent’s particularly vulnerable youngsters. This, in turn, affords them better opportunities and helps them to become Changemakers for the future of Africa.
A beacon of talent, energy and enthusiasm, the choir has numerous celebrity fans. One of their biggest moments in recent years saw the children perform with Take That frontman, Gary Barlow on his number one single, ‘Sing’, a track composed for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
To get your tickets for the African Childrens Choir Ballymena shows, contact the schools who will host or perform at these events.
Further information is also available if you log on to their website here or their Facebook page here.