We’re ladies. We like to sing.

2013 Prairie Fire Lady Choir Members

The Prairie Fire Lady Choir is a Twin Cities singing group that was formed in 2010, is sponsored by Springboard for the Arts, and is run by volunteer members of the choir.

The choir is open to ladies of all levels of musical skill. We currently have more than 50 active members.

We have performed at a wide variety of events and venues, including: the Walker Art Center, Cedar Cultural Center, Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts, Minnesota State Fair, Northern Spark series, and Works Progress, the 331, Honey, the Zombie Pub Crawl, the Co-Kisser Poetry and Film Festival, and the MN Garlic Festival. We have also sung the national anthem at both Saint Paul Saints and Lynx games. Last season, we collaborated and performed with the Roe Family Singers. We also contributed to ‘Absolutely Cuckoo: Minnesota Covers the 69 Love Songs‘, which included a performance at First Avenue with Matt Latterell. This season, we have performed at First Avenue again, contributing to ‘The 10th Annual David Bowie Tribute: Rebel Rebel Rock for Pussy’, we marched in the Twin Cities’ Pride parade, and we appear on the Roe Family Singers’ album, ‘Heaven Send Us Better Times.’