2021 Heritage Tour

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The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square will travel internationally for their upcoming tour, performing in seven cities in four Nordic countries and the United Kingdom. The tour will be 22 days long from Thursday, 17 June through Thursday, 8 July 2021. The tour will include performances in the same cities previously planned for the 2020 tour which was rescheduled to 2021 due to the pandemic. 

City

Date/(Day)

Venue

Tickets Available

 

Stockholm, Sweden

19 Jun 21 (Sat)*

Konserthuset Stockholm

Now

Helsinki, Finland

22 Jun 21 (Tue)

(To be announced)

TBD

Copenhagen, Denmark

26 Jun 21 (Sat)

DR Koncerthuset, Koncertsalen

Now

Oslo, Norway

29 Jun 21 (Tue)

Oslo Spektrum

TBD

Edinburgh, Scotland

2 Jul 21 (Fri)

Usher Hall

Now

Cardiff, Wales

5 Jul 21 (Mon)

St. David’s Hall

(By Invitation)

Newport, South Wales

6 Jul 21 (Tue)

International Convention Centre Wales

TBD

*Matinee and evening concert

The “2021 Heritage Tour” title refers to the history of the Choir which took root because of the musical talents of early converts to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from Wales and other areas to be visited on the upcoming tour.

Cities and Ticket Information

Ticket Availability
Tickets are available for purchase now in Stockholm, Copenhagen, and Edinburgh (see links below). The concert at St. David’s Hall in Cardiff is by invitation only. It is anticipated that tickets in the remaining venues will be available before the end of 2020.

Tickets Purchased Prior to Tour Postponement
For patrons who purchased tickets for the Stockholm and Edinburgh concerts, arrangements have been made to transfer these tickets to the new 2021 concert dates. Each of the venues will be in contact with ticket holders via email about ticket procedures. The email from Stockholm will provide refund request information. Edinburgh ticketholders can email customer.enquiries@usherhall.co.uk to request a refund.


Stockholm, Sweden
Konserthuset Stockholm

Photo: Jan-Olav Wedin

19 June 2021 (Saturday)
14.00, 20.00

The Konserthuset Stockholm is the main hall for orchestral music in Stockholm and is one of Sweden’s foremost architectural masterpieces. Opened in 1926, it was designed by the architect Ivar Tengbom. It is the home of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra and is the host for the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony each December.

Ticket prices are 595 kr., 485 kr., 335 kr. and 275 kr. A student discount is available. Obstructed view tickets become available when other tickets have been sold.


Helsinki, Finland
TBD

22 June 2021 (Tuesday)
20.00   

 


Copenhagen, Denmark
DR Koncerthuset,
Koncertsalen

26 June 2021 (Saturday)
20.00   

The concert hall DR Koncerthuset, Koncertsalen in Copenhagen was designed by French architect Jean Nouvel. In 2012, the venue was named one of the 10 greatest concert halls of the new millennium by the renowned British magazine Gramophone. It is home to the National Symphony of Denmark and was completed in 2009.

Ticket prices will be 530 kr., 405 kr., 280 kr., and 230 kr. including fees.


Oslo, Norway
Oslo Spektrum

29 June 2021 (Tuesday)
20.00

Oslo Spektrum, located in the heart of Oslo, is known for hosting major cultural and entertainment events which have included the Nobel Peace Prize Concert, Norwegian Idol finals, Spellemannsprisen (Norwegian music awards), and concerts by artists of national and international fame. The arena’s architectural design and building materials have earned widespread praise.


Edinburgh, Scotland
Usher Hall

Foto: Real Edinburgh

2 July 2021 (Friday)
20.00

Usher Hall is Scotland’s only five-star concert hall. Since 1914, it has hosted a range of concerts from rock, pop, classical, jazz, world and folk music. A beautiful Edwardian building with a modern twist, which is well loved by performers and audiences all over the world due to its magnificent acoustics.

Ticket prices are £40 (floor seating) and £32 (upper seats).


Cardiff, Wales
St. David's Hall

Foto: Kiran Ridley

5 July 2021 (Monday) 
(By Invitation Only)

St David’s Hall is the National Concert Hall and Conference Centre of Wales located on The Hayes in the heart Cardiff. Since opening in 1982, millions of concert-goers have flocked to the Hall to experience the auditorium’s awe-inspiring sound, which continues to host the world’s best orchestras.

With an overall capacity of 2,000, the Hall hosts illustrious events such as the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World, the International Concert Series, the Welsh Proms, and the British Academy Cymru Awards to name just a few.

As well as hosting world-class classical music, ballets, comedy and opera, the venue has had a hugely diverse array of stars grace its stage including Sir Tom Jones, Dame Shirley Bassey, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Johnny Cash, U2, Sir Elton John, Ray Davies, Tina Turner, Miles Davis and Sir Ranulph Fiennes amongst many others.

St David’s Hall is owned, managed, and funded by Cardiff Council with support from the Arts Council of Wales. Annually it hosts approximately 300 performances attended by audiences in excess of 250,000. The Hall continues to be a leading venue in the cultural and continuing development of Cardiff into one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan cities.

Invitation Only. Public tickets will be available for the July 6 concert in Newport, Wales.


Newport, Wales
International Convention Centre Wales
TBD

6 July 2021 (Tuesday)
20.00

The International Convention Centre Wales (ICC Wales) venue in the city of Newport, South Wales, officially opened in September 2019. The facility was built by a joint venture partnership between the Celtic Manor Resort and Welsh Government and has already established itself as a landmark destination in South Wales.


Touring History

Since the first tour outside of Utah in 1893, the Choir has toured extensively across the United States and abroad. It has performed throughout Europe and in music capitals from Israel and Russia to Japan and Australia. Its travels have also included performances at the inaugurations of seven U. S. Presidents. After its founding in 1999, a small ensemble from the Orchestra at Temple Square accompanied the Choir on tours in 2001 and 2003; however, since 2005, a full complement of approximately 65 members of the Orchestra has traveled on tour with the Choir.

The all-volunteer Choir and Orchestra usually tour every other year since all of the performers must take vacation time from their jobs and leave their families to undertake the travel. Their most recent tours included visits to seven European countries in 2016 and the Classic Coast Tour in 2018 to California, Washington, and British Columbia, Canada.

Click here for detailed information about prior Choir tours since 2000.