Let Freedom Sing

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Let Freedom Sing is a patriotic celebration produced by Arts Express in recognition of America, the continued hope for world peace and those who have served to protect our freedom. The annual performance takes place in conjunction with the July 4th holiday. Each year, American favorites such as The Star Spangled Banner, America the Beautiful and The Battle Hymn of the Republic are performed by the Arts Express Choir and Orchestra along with selections by such notable American composers as John Phillip Sousa and Irving Berlin. Various patriotic themes are explored, showcasing the vast depth of talent in Arts Express, as well as guest artists from the Tucson Community.

General Seating FREE with suggested $10 donation, Reserved Seating $20 pp

Let Freedom Sing

Address : 1020 E. Univercity Blvd. Tucson Az 85721 Tucson AZ
Phone : 520-319-0400   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : General Seating FREE with suggested $10 donation, Reserved Seating $20 pp

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