Krewe Kaptain tickets include reserved table seating with table service, parking and champagne/wine (only ages 21+ up)
Jacksonville Children’s Chorus (JCC) partners with local businesses and music groups to host a Mardi Gras Party to benefit the JCC. The Mardi Gras Party will include a DJ, dancing, photo booth, prizes, Cajun-inspired food, desserts, and beverages. Silent and live auctions will also be held.
Guests will be dazzled throughout the night by performances by aerialist, and entertainment from Bittersweet Studios, Jacksonville’s premier adult vocal ensemble, Voices of Jacksonville, and The Chorus’ top performance group, the Touring Choir.
Darren Dailey, President and Executive Director of the Jacksonville Children’s Chorus said, “The success of last year’s event was beyond expectations! I am excited to bring this fun and eclectic party back to the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall to celebrate our 25th Anniversary season. This event is not only on its way to becoming the area’s largest Mardi Gras party, but it goes to support the hundreds of local children that benefit from our programming every year, so I hope that the community joins us in celebrating and Laissez les bon temps rouler!”
The Jacksonville Children’s Chorus was founded in 1995 by then Jacksonville University President, Dr. Francis B. Kinne to fill a need for a children’s music program in Northeast Florida. Since its inception, the group has grown from 16 voices to serving nearly 1,000 young singers every year. Because music education is crucial to a child’s development, the JCC offers partial or full scholarship to any child who wishes to sing, regardless of the family’s ability to pay. The scholarship program is funded solely through donations and ensures diversity in membership. The JCC has developed into one of Jacksonville’s most important providers of music education, enriching the lives of singers and audiences across the region.