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Summer Santa Celebrates 20th Season With Valentine’s Day Concert

Dec 03, 2015 09:37AM ● By Audrey Sellers

Photo via The Texas Tenors Facebook page

On February 14, Summer Santa will host its fifth Tribute to Love Valentine Concert Texas Style at the Grand Hall at North Richland Hills Centre featuring The Texas Tenors. The presenting sponsor for the event is Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway. Cotton Patch Café will provide guests with an array of delicious Texas-style appetizers. Complimentary beverages will also be served.

Come prepared to bid at the live auction, which will include such items as a week’s stay at a house in the Florida Keys ($7,500 value), a Longhorn calf, a fishing expedition and more. Every dollar helps the children of Northeast Tarrant County.

Tickets are $100 for reserved seating and $75 for general seating. Buy your tickets early to get the best seats. Invite your friends and your special someone to a Valentine’s evening filled with fabulous entertainment and refreshment.

“Share the Love” row ticket sales and individual ticket sales are available at beginning January 1, 2016.   

Come dressed in your Texas Best attire to experience an unbelievable performance by The Texas Tenors. Their Emmy Award-winning PBS special is now airing across the country. The Texas Tenors are quickly becoming America’s favorite new tenors. Since their whirlwind debut five years ago on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” The Texas Tenors have accumulated a long list of awards, accolades and excited fans. They have performed more than 800 concerts around the world, including a 24-city tour in the United Kingdom, Shanghai, China and collaborations with some of the most prestigious symphonies, performing arts centers and arenas in the United States. In 2014 Billboard Magazine reported that The Texas Tenors were named the No. 10 Classical Artists in the world. 

Be cupid for your special someone and help the children of Northeast Tarrant County by attending the February 14 Concert. Proceeds raised for the evening benefit Summer Santa’s camp scholarships, back-to-school shopping, toy and book drive, sports scholarships and Wilson Unit activities. Approaching 20 years of service, Summer Santa, a nonprofit with no paid staff, has created more than 42,000 smiles on the faces of children in Northeast Tarrant County.