The Bells at Temple Square is performing its annual holiday concert this coming November, titled “Grateful Praise.”

“It will be a marvelous way to usher in the holiday season of joy and giving,” reads the event details.

A sneak peek of the performance was shared in a Tabernacle Choir post on X, formally known as Twitter.

Who are the bell ringers on Temple Square?

The group was first organized in 2005 and plays with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square and on its own, per the event’s website from last year. The group will also be participating in The Tabernacle Choir’s Christmas concert in December.

There are 33 volunteer musicians in the group, conducted by LeAnna Willmore and associate conductor Geoff Anderson.

The group’s spring concert happened in June and is available for viewing on The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square’s YouTube.

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When is the Bells at Temple Square concert?

The concert will be on Friday, Nov. 18, and Saturday, Nov. 19, at 7:30 p.m. at the Salt Lake Tabernacle on Temple Square, per The Tabernacle Choir.

How to get tickets for the Bells at Temple Square concert?

A free ticket is required for every concertgoer, which can be reserved online. Tickets became available on Oct. 18, as announced on the group’s Facebook.

Where to watch the Bells at Temple Square online?

A streaming option will be available on opening night, Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m., which can be watched on the choir’s website or YouTube channel.

It will be recorded and can be watched afterward on both platforms.

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