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New Haven Idol

Time: November 4, 2011 from 7:30pm to 9pm
Location: Shubert Theater, College St., New Haven, CT
Street: College St.
City/Town: New Haven, CT 06511
Website or Map: http://uwgnh.org/tentcity - R…
Phone: 203 946-7907
Event Type: fundraiser, for, homeless, youth/tent, city, 2011
Organized By: Community Services Admin., City of New Haven
Latest Activity: Nov 4, 2011

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High School student vocalists will compete for a grand prize of singing lessons from Yale Music School and a performance at Arts and Ideas Summer 2012.  Proceeds from ticket sales will go to NH Home Recovery and Youth Continuum for homeless youth in New Haven.  Tickets are online at Shubert.com or call Lynn Lyons at 203 946-7907.  $30 for general admission, $10 for sr. citizens and students and a VIP tier of $75 with an invite to a post reception, preferred seating and validated parking.

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