Members of the Seward community,
Thanks to the overwhelming excitement of Concordia supporters, both in Seward County and beyond, demand for Christmas at Concordia concert tickets has been unprecedented, selling out in less than 20 minutes. In addition, the wait list is at capacity and is, therefore, closed. While the four concerts are sold out, we hope you will take part in the other activities that weekend, including the 20th Annual Scholarship Parade of Homes and the inaugural Community Christmas Reception in the Janzow Campus Center – which is free and open to the public - from 4 to 7 p.m. on Dec. 7.
We apologize for any challenges that you may have experienced when attempting to secure tickets through the website and/or phone due to the record demand. The team of individuals in the call center and managing the website worked diligently to accommodate your needs. We anticipate that demand for future Christmas at Concordia concerts will continue to be high, as we are unable to add more concerts to the schedule in order to allow the college students to prioritize their educational schedules and commitments during the busy time of year. We do, however, encourage the community to enjoy other events in November and December that showcase the musical talents of Concordia’s students:
Concordia and Jones National Bank & Trust Co., the presenting sponsor for Christmas at Concordia, thank you for your interest in this event. We are blessed to be part of this community!
All concerts are held at St. John Lutheran Church, 919 N. Columbia Ave. Seward, Neb.
Scholarship Parade of Homes is a fundraiser underwritten by Jones National Bank and Trust Company. Net proceeds go to a scholarship program to benefit high school seniors from Seward County who will be attending Concordia University, Nebraska in Seward or Southeast Community College in Milford.
Concordia will also host a community reception in celebration of the Christmas season in the Janzow Campus Center on Sunday, Dec. 7, from 4 to 7 p.m. This reception will include refreshments and is free and open to the public.