Iowa Living Magazines | DES MOINES – Year after year, our sold-out New Year’s Eve Pops audiences have jumped to their feet often throughout the evening. This year will be no exception as The Texas Tenors make their debut with your Des Moines Symphony! This talented trio thrilled audiences on America‘s Got Talent, is a favorite on Iowa Public Television, and now they bring their captivating charm and dazzling vocal technique to the Des Moines Civic Center stage. They will wow with classical standards like Nessun dorma and La donna จจ mobile, popular favorites like God Bless the U.S.A. and My Way, and chart-toppers including Unchained Melody, The Rolling Stones’ Wild Horses and many more, performed with rich symphonic arrangements.
The Des Moines Symphony’s New Year’s Eve Pops is the place to ring in 2016! Don’t miss your chance at the hottest New Year’s Eve ticket in town.
Find out where to park, where to eat and what to expect in this visitor’s guide
Tickets: Single tickets are available through Ticketmaster (up until two hours prior to performances), by calling 1.800.745.3000 and at the Civic Center Ticket Office (221 Walnut Street, Des Moines; open 9a-5p Monday through Friday and two hours prior to performances).
Upcoming 2015-2016 Pops concerts, at the Des Moines Civic Center (221 Walnut Street, Des Moines IA, 50309):
The Des Moines Symphony is a not-for-profit, professional orchestra formed in 1937 to enrich, educate and inspire the community by performing great orchestral music. The Symphony Association, governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees and operating on an annual budget of more than $3.2 million, supports the Symphony Academy and its numerous music education programs including four youth orchestras, and supports the Des Moines Symphony Orchestra which performs seven pairs of Masterworks concerts, a Pops series including the traditional New Year’s Eve Pops, education, outreach and family concerts, and other special events in its home at the Des Moines Civic Center. The organization also produces and performs the Des Moines Symphony’s annual Yankee Doodle Pops concert in July on the grounds of the Iowa State Capitol, which attracts more than 100,000, the largest single day attendance of any concert event in the State.