The Hall Pass Tour, a high energy concert for grades K-12, is making a stop in Delta Monday, Oct. 1. Artists j.RENEE and ScienZe headline the tour, with the help of talented students from Delta who successfully auditioned for the event.
Delta Middle School student Trinity Moore will co-host the Hall Pass Tour. Taylor Armendariz, Tori Dockter and Lauren Davey, also from Delta Middle School, will perform a dance routine as one of the opening acts.
Also opening the show are the Delta Opportunity School Crew depicting the pillars of CFES; DMS student Cassidy Parker, a guitarist; Delta High School students Stephen Davignon and Taylor King; and Delta High School students Lia Bate and Jake Johnson. King will toss a flag like the ones they use for marching band while Davignon does some tumbling. Bate and Johnson are a vocal duet with Johnson playing the guitar as well.
The Hall Pass Tour is sponsored by College For Every Student, and is jumpstarting its fall tour in Delta thanks to the combined efforts of Delta Middle School, Delta High School and Delta Opportunity School.
The event is designed to help kids from underserved communities get excited about leveraging higher learning to achieve their dreams.
The concert is open to the public; all ages are welcome. It will be held at the Delta Center for the Performing Arts beginning at 6 p.m. Oct. 1. Tickets are $5 and will be available at the door or from CFES members at every school. The proceeds will be used by the CFES chapters for field trips and tours of college and technical school campuses. A contest is currently taking place among the three schools, with a pizza party as a reward for the top sellers.
The Hall Pass Tour culminates with a benefit concert in New York City, and includes workshops and pep rallies across the country.blog comments powered by Disqus