'Tiptoe through the 60s' concert comes to New York MillsThis free concert is a musical history tour of the 1960s, including over 300 photo images from the period with a historical narrative woven through songs and music.
Renowned performers Prudence Johnson and Dan Chouinard bring their original production of “Tiptoe through the 60s” to New York Mills on Saturday, February 23, at 7:30 p.m.
This free concert is a musical history tour of the 1960s, including over 300 photo images from the period with a historical narrative woven through songs and music.
Described as “songs and stories from a revolutionary decade,” the Minnesota-centric program was developed and written by Johnson and Chouinard, recipients of an Arts Tour grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board.
Besides many sing-along moments, the audience is invited to get involved by submitting their own stories or song ideas in advance to www.tiptoethroughthe60s.com for possible inclusion in the show.
The performance will take place in the New York Mills High School auditorium at 209 Hayes Street. The program is free and open to the public, sponsored by Viking Library System and New York Mills Public Library. This project was funded in part or in whole with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage fund.
For more information, call New York Mills Public Library at (218) 385-2436.