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Tenor, Alto, Soprano, Bass, Baritone, or Tone Deaf, CityScape in Downtown Phoenix invites you to bring your singing voice, and your holiday spirit, to the NRG Ice Rink Friday at noon for a “random act of Christmas culture kindness.”
67505_004It’s sorta like a green and red flash mob, minus Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”
Thousands of carolers of all ages and talent levels are expected to take part in this mass sing-along of all the holiday favorites from noon to 12:30.  A similar vocal venture was masterminded last year at Scottsdale’s Fashion Square.
Kay Randolph of Scottsdale’s Mountain View Presbyterian Church will lead the cavalry of carolers through all the Christmas classics, capped by a rousing Hallelujah chorus.
After the caroling is done, everyone is encouraged to stay and use the ice rink for $10/each. The fee includes rental valuable coupons for CityScape restaurants and retailers. Caroling, skating and a late lunch perhaps?
Ample parking for this event is available in the CityScape garage at 1st Street and Washington.