Story by Hal Goodtree with Nancy Caggia. Picture by Bob Moore.
Cary, NC – If you like Pops music, treat yourself to what might be the largest Pops show ever in Cary. It’s this Tuesday, April 5 at Booth Amphitheatre starting at 7 PM.
The Big Show
Musical education has always been a big part of our community, in schools, at home, in churches and civic groups. Many adults continue to teach, play and perform, setting a good example for our children.
Youthful performances have a certain energy and freshness not common in more mature adults. By high school, many Cary kids are accomplished musicians, strong singers and compelling performers. If you’ve been to a high school musical or heard one of our nationally prominent high school marching bands, you know what I mean.
The big pops show at Booth on Tuesday will feature approximately 90 Green Hope High School Choir students and 70 Symphonic Band students. Together, they will perform the best-loved music from Broadway, the movies and popular classics.
It promises to be a big sound under the stars on Tuesday night.
Tickets are available for Lawn General Admission seating at $6 for Adults and $4 for kids, students and seniors. Kids ages 2 & under are free. Wake County Public School System Employees are free with ID. Tickets can be purchased by walk-up at the Booth Amphitheatre box office or online at www.ticketmaster.com; Charge-by-phone at 1-800-745-3000
Parking lots open at 6pm and parking is free. Patrons are permitted to bring food/beverage items into the park for this event. Booth Amphitheatre will also have a variety of food/beverage items available during the show.