The Watoto Children's Choir is making a stop in Lanigan on Friday night as part of their world tour.

This is the second time the group of orphans aged 9-13 from Uganda will perform in Lanigan.

Sandra Benson with the Christian Fellowship Church said you don't want to miss out.

"You just can't help but enjoy the evening, everyone who came last year were just in awe about how much they enjoyed the evening and what a great performance and how great the kids are, so it's just a great family evening."

Their performance is titled 'signs and wonders.'

Benson also talked about the word the group hopes to get out to the public, "bringing attention to all orphans, foster children in the world and they spread love and a lot of great smiles."

Admission is simply a 'love offering' at the door.

The show begins at 7pm at the town hall.

More from Benson can be heard in her full interview with Bolt FM's Angie Dukart below.

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