FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - A Christmas tradition returned to the Allen County Courthouse this weekend for the fifth year.
The Fort Wayne-based choir, Heartland Sings, brought The Spirit of Christmas back for the public.
It's the most attended and popular concert of the year for Heartland Sings, mostly because of the unique architecture and sound the courthouse offers.
"There's no other place in town to hear your voice just resound and bound from floor to ceiling, like this space. So, to get a full, professional choir in here is kind of a unique thing that we're able to do and happy to bring to this town," said David Bobay, the director of marketing.
More Heartland Sings performances can be found on their website.
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