SPRINGDALE, Ark. (KNWA) — The sounds of melodic, holiday cheer will fill downtown Springdale on Friday (December 6).
The Springdale School District is hosting its 4th Annual Caroling on the Creek event at the Shiloh Square.
Over 20 choirs of all grade levels will sing holiday classics as well as some more modern tunes.
Freshman, Meredith Doshier has performed in the event every year and said she loves the energy the crowd brings.
“I get excited because not everyone is always into choir, and just that everyone comes out to watch choir sing is really cool,” Doshier said.
Students at J.B. Hunt Elementary School said they’re nervous, but excited to perform in front of hundreds of people.
“What I love most about Caroling on the Creek is how we can come out here and sing and spread the holiday cheer,” said fifth-grader, Ali Akbar-Albosheva.
“My favorite about performing at Caroling on the Creek is getting to show people how we can sing,” said fifth-grader, Sinclaire Swanfeld.
Fourth-grader, Kinsley Hartwig said, “My favorite thing about Caroling on the Creek is singing for everybody and making them happy.”
Caroling on the Creek is split into two days, with shows on Friday, December 6 and Friday, December 13 at Turnbow Park at Shiloh Square from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
To live stream the event, click here.