A Holiday I.D.E.A. is a Concert produced by the Gullah Latino Advisory Council (GLAC), which is a Fund of the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry. The GLAC aims to create a more reliable level of cultural sustainability through the integration of these two dynamic (but underserved) populations into the mainstream of our community. We do this through our “Great Conversations” between Gullah and Latino people and elected officials and staff from local, town, county and State governments, and through our popular concert performances and Symposiums.
Our concerts are an example of diversity in action. This music event – and our audiences – are inclusive and diverse. The performances give an example of how people of different races and backgrounds can come together, work together, grow together, and respect and enjoy each other.
The producers of the show are Terry Herron and Scott Gibbs who have been producing concerts in the Low Country for many years. The concerts are professional, surprising, and pure fun. There is a variety of popular, well-known, and new (to some people) song selections that will take the audience on a musical journey that includes traditional Christmas, Spirituals, Gullah Christmas favorites, Latino Music, some Ring Shout Dancers, Latina Salsa Dancers, and some remarkable Lowcountry soloists
The audiences our shows attract are from all backgrounds, and it’s the kind of concert where you meet your “newest best friends,” and which leaves you feeling warm, happy, sad, inspired, smiling, singing,
swaying, clapping and cheering . . . all at the same time!
Never has it been more critical to celebrate the Holidays with a heavy dose of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access. It’s a “Good I.D.E.A. for the Lowcountry!”
The concert is at Christ Lutheran Church, 829 William Hilton Parkway, Hilton Head, SC.
There are two performances of the same concert – Saturday, December 9th at 7pm and Sunday, December 10th at 4pm. Tickets are $20 (+fees). For Tickets, go to www.lowcountrydiversity.org
For more information, contact Terry Herron 843-271-9919 firstname.lastname@example.org