Ladies Of Lee To Perform At Rock City Friday

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
The Ladies of Lee
The Ladies of Lee

Rock City will host Lee University Night at the Enchanted Garden of Lights opening night on Friday from 6-9 p.m. 

The Ladies of Lee will be the featured musical act that evening as well, starting at 6:30 p.m. in the North Pole Lodge. 

Ladies of Lee is an all-female choir directed Dr. Jonathon Rodgers, assistant professor of music at Lee. The choir frequently tours throughout the southeastern United States. 

The Enchanted Garden of Lights is an annual Christmas light extravaganza at Rock City that takes place from Nov. 17–Jan. 6. This award-winning holiday tradition invites guests to explore the winter wonderland that includes six different realms to walk through. 

In addition to the lights, there are opportunities to meet Santa Claus, decorate gingerbread cookies with Mrs. Claus, and design personalized ornaments and stockings. Specialty food and drinks will also be available to purchase. 

For more information or to buy regular priced tickets, visit http://www.seerockcity.com/events/entry/enchanted-garden-of-lights.



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