NORTH NEWTON, KAN. – Open Road, the men’s a cappella ensemble at Bethel College, will carry on what has become a tradition of holding their final concert of the year on Mother’s Day.
The May 10 performance is at 7 p.m. in Memorial Hall and is free and open to the public.
It will be the final concert with the group for three graduating seniors: Leland Brown, Galveston, Texas, Riley King, Lawrence, and Ben Kreider, North Newton.
Among the group’s numbers for the May 10 concert are “Yonder Come Day,” “This I Pray,” “Walk a Mile” and the Open Road version of the Steel Wheels tune “Rain in the Valley.”
“Woven Road” will make a return appearance, with Woven, the women’s a cappella ensemble, joining Open Road for a few numbers (the first time being Woven’s May 8 concert).
The other members of Open Road are Josh Booth, Goessel, Matthew Graber, Freeman, South Dakota, Tim Regier, Newton, Tyler Shima, Topeka, Chase Stucky, Moundridge, and Braden Unruh, Goessel.