Magi Fund concert tickets now on sale for one show Nov. 13 in Salisbury

Posted 10/13/21

The Magi Fund will hold an all-new holiday concert, “A MAGIcal Christmas,” for one performance only 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 13 in the 2,000 seat Emmanuel Church Auditorium on Beaglin Park …

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Magi Fund concert tickets now on sale for one show Nov. 13 in Salisbury

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The Magi Fund will hold an all-new holiday concert, “A MAGIcal Christmas,” for one performance only 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 13 in the 2,000 seat Emmanuel Church Auditorium on Beaglin Park Drive in Salisbury.

It will feature the renowned National Christian Choir. Joining them will be the Salisbury Children’s Choir.

The Magi Fund, an all-volunteer nonprofit organization, has for three decades staged musical events as fundraisers for the Joseph House Center and the Christian Shelter. Throughout its existence, the Magi Fund has devoted 100 percent of ticket proceeds to benefit those two charities, which provide meals, housing and crisis intervention for the region’s needy.

"After a hiatus caused by COVID-19, we’re back,” said Magi Fund Chairman Bonnie Luna. “We have been asked repeatedly to do an event to kick off the Christmas season, and God made a way this year for us to do so.”

Mrs. Luna said most tickets will be pre-sold by mail. A limited number will be available at the Country House in Salisbury and all branches of First Shore Federal Savings including Pocomoke City.

“Tickets for Magi concerts have always been in high demand,” Mrs. Luna added. “The fact there will be only one show this year will just make this more so. I urge anyone interested in attending to get their tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment."

Tickets are $15 in advance. If any remain on the day of the concert, they will be $20 at the door.

For additional information about the event or the Magi Fund itself, call Bonnie Luna at 410-749-1633 or visit the Magi Fund website at www.magifund.com.