How You Can See Laine Hardy, Alejandro Aranda, And The ‘American Idol’ Top 10 Perform This Summer
Laine Hardy, Alejandro Aranda, and the rest of the American Idol Top 10 from this season will be performing a concert together this summer, and you can be there. It’s part of the Museum of Flight’s Lunar Block Party to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.
The Seattle museum is hosting a three-day event to mark the anniversary, from July 19 to 21. On Saturday, July 20, there will be a reunion concert featuring winner Laine, runner-up Alejandro, and the rest of the Top 10 finalists from Season 17. The concert will be hosted by American Idol mentor Bobby Bones.
When And Where Is The Concert?
The concert will take place on July 20 from 6 PM to 11 PM at the Museum of Flight, with entrance through the West Plaza on East Marginal Way South. There will be food trucks and a wine and beer garden, as well as a toast at 7:56 PM to mark the moment Neil Armstrong landed on the moon.
The Museum of Flight is special in that it’s the only place you can see the actual command module Columbia from the moon landing mission. The museum currently has an exhibit titled Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission, which concert guests will be able to access.
How To Buy Tickets
If you’re interested in attending this concert, tickets can be purchased here. They’re $125 for all ages, with children 4 and under getting in free. There’s also a VIP experience available for $300, only for those 21 and over. It provides access to an exclusive live performance from Laine Hardy, as well as the chance to mingle with the finalists during a performance by pianist Walt Wagner.
In case you need a refresher, the Top 10 includes Laci Kaye Booth, Walker Burroughs, Wade Cota, Dimitrius Graham, Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon, Alyssa Raghu, Uché, and Madison VanDenberg.
You can find more information about the entire Lunar Block Party on the Museum of Flight’s website.
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