Nfld. & Labrador

Singing Legionnaires delight travellers at St. John's Airport

No need to visit a concert hall to hear Christmas music this season; just visit St. John's International Airport, where a series of local performers will entertain travellers.

Singing Legionnaires

7 years ago
Duration 1:11
St. John's International Airport Authority continues holiday music performances with the Singing Legionnaires

The atrium of St. John's International Airport was filled with music by the Singing Legionnaires Thursday morning, as the airport authority looks to brighten the season for travellers.

The musical group is just one in a list of scheduled performers at the airport during the Christmas period. 

Local choirs are taking part through the month of December and Christmas movies will also be played for the public.

The airport authority is also collecting non-perishable items for the Community Food Sharing Association.


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