Christmas with the Mastersingers

December 19, 4:00pm

The REACH Museum

1943 Columbia Park Trail
Richland , Washington 99352

  • Admission: $15
  • Time: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Join Mid-Columbia Mastersingers for Home for the Holidays: Season 2, an extravaganza of none concert events sponsored by STCU.

Our final live show in the series will be a festive concert of traditional Christmas Favorites, featuring seasonal songs about the weather, sleigh rides, Christmas trees, and holiday gatherings with family and friends.

One performance will be given on Sunday, December 19, 4:00pm at the REACH Museum, 1943 Columbia Park Trail in Richland.

Tickets are $15 general admission and can be purchased in advanced through our website, K-12th grade students are free but require a ticket. Due to reduced capacity and audience spacing, ticket sales will be limited, and we expect this concert to sell out.

As community arts organizations, we are committed to ensuring the safety and health of not only our staff, volunteers, and performers, but also our audiences and patrons. To help fulfill that commitment, we have adopted the following requirements for attending in-person performances, beginning October 29 and in effect until further notice:
• Masks must be worn properly at all times when inside a venue for anyone over the age of 2.
• Audience members must show verification of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test dated within 72 hours of the performance they are attending. The COVID-19 test must be from a doctor, a testing site, a community health center, or a pharmacy that shows the date and time of the test. Performers are all vaccinated and may not be masked while singing.
• Children under 5 years of age may attend by showing proof of a negative home antigen test taken within 24 hours of the performance they are attending.
In addition to our title sponsor, STCU, this program is supported in part thanks to generous support provided by Amentum, Central Plateau Cleanup Company, Women Helping Women Fund Tri-Cities, and the Three Rivers Community Foundation.