Songs of Hope


The 2022 Songs of Hope™ concert tour will run from July 4 to July 30. We will be featuring talented young performers from 8 or more countries worldwide. Available dates don't stay open for long, so book early!

To book a concert, please contact Jeanne Junge, artistic director, by email at [email protected], or telephone her at 651-225-4179. In addition to concerts for the general public, Songs of Hope performs many "arts-in-service" (or AIS) concerts at schools, nursing homes, summer youth programs, human services agencies, etc. Contact us if you would like information about booking or attending one of these special performances, which are typically 20-40 minutes long.

We also offer percussion workshops and international learning activities for people of all ages.

View the 2012 Songs of Hope Concert on YouTube here.



All concerts listed below were the full 90-minute show open to the public unless noted otherwise.

(AIS) means an arts-in-service concert for special audiences. Call us if you are interested in attending an AIS concert to learn if your attendance is permitted.

For concert directions, call 651-225-4179 or email us at [email protected]. Or use the web links below.

MONDAY, JULY 4 - Central Park at Lexington - Roseville - 4:15 pm

SUNDAY JULY 17 - Nicollet Island Pavilion (Sister Cities Day) - Minneapolis - 1:30 pm (20 minutes)

TUESDAY, JULY 19 - St. Mary Catholic Church Auditorium - Chatfield - 7:00 pm

WEDNESDAY, JULY 20 - First Congregational Church of Lake City - Lake City - 7:30 pm

THURSDAY, JULY 21 - State Theatre - Zumbrota - 7:00 pm

FRIDAY, JULY 22 - State Street Theatre - New Ulm - 7:00 pm

SUNDAY, JULY 24 - New Journey UCC - Hutchinson - 2:00 pm

WEDNESDAY, JULY 27 - Music in the Park - Savage - 7:00 pm

THURSDAY, JULY 28 - Lutheran Church of the Redeemer - St. Paul - 7:00 pm

SATURDAY, JULY 29 - E.M. Pearson Theatre, 312 Hamline Ave N, St. Paul - 7:30 pm

SUNDAY JULY 30 - Boyd Park, Selby and Virginia, St. Paul - 6:30 pm - Community Picnic at 5:30