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Ever wonder what 250 Santas would look like? Neither have I…until now. The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus is making the trek up north to give an exclusive concert at the Center for Spiritual Living on Saturday, Dec. 1 at 6 p.m. And just as the name suggests, all 250 of them will be ho-ho-hoing in red suits and fluffy white beards, spreading Christmas joy through animated song.
The concert not only rings in the holiday season, but also falls on World AIDS Day. It serves as a benefit to our local Face to Face, the Sonoma County AIDS Network whose purpose it to “improve the lives of people affected by HIV, and eliminate new infections.” The funds raised helps the group to continue with their mission and to fund the daily needs of the agency.
Tickets to the concert are $25/advance, and $30 at the door. Limited concert tickets that include a pre-concert food & wine reception can be bought for $35. Advance tickets can be found at f2f.org.
The Center for Spiritual Living is located at 2075 Occidental Rd. in Santa Rosa. For more information, call 544-1581 or visit f2f.org.
P.S. The SFGMC are also performing this concert at the Davies Symphony Hall on December 6 at 8pm and the Castro Theater on December 24 at 5, 7 and 9pm (both in San Francisco). Check out their promo video:
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