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Over the next four years, the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square will conduct a world tour with stops around the globe and a message of hope. Its first stop will be in Mexico City June 13–19, 2023, where it will perform two concerts at the National Auditorium on June 17 and 18. The Choir last performed at the National Auditorium in 1972 and will return to this rich and culturally diverse city as part of its historic tour.
Future locations of the world tour will be announced later.
The Choir will travel more frequently but for a shorter amount of time. This is a new pattern for the Choir, which historically has traveled every two years. The goal is for the Choir to be more visible globally and reach as many people as possible with its music.
“Our goal is to magnify the Choir’s impact throughout the world by helping people feel God’s love for His children,” said Choir President Michael O. Leavitt. “Our performances will be free. Many will be live streamed so local congregations in the regions we visit can invite their friends and communities to participate.”
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