Golden Spike Forever - "Toward the Future" Grand Concert

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Presented by Chinese Association for Sciences and Technology in Utah and United Chinese Association of Utah and Golden Spike 150 at Butler Middle School, Salt Lake City UT

May 11
Golden Spike Forever - "Toward the Future" Grand Concert

Utah Chinese Golden Spike Celebration Committee is going to present this unique Grand Concert to the public on May 11th, with free admission, as one of our series events. Singers are from several Chinese choirs from United States and Canada.

A Brief Introduction to Toward the Future:

According to records, that the Chinese immigrants landed in the United States began in 1785 for the first time, when the three Chinese seafarers appeared in the Baltimore port which was written into the annals of history as the first Chinese entry into the US . Since then  millions of Chinese people fought to this strange land. Among them, some were road-building workers from their homes, swallowing humiliation and bearing a heavy load; some

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Free Admission

Contact: 801-928-7766


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There is a pre-event dinner. Please go to our website and follow the registration link to buy the ticket.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.


Butler Middle School

7530 South 2700 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84121

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