We’re ladies. We like to sing.

PFLC 2016 group photo web

This rock ’n’ roll-flavored vocal group balances cool, casual fun with rich emotional depth.

-Chris Riemenschneider, StarTribune

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 chorus currently has more than 60 active members and a repertoire of over 40 songs, including pop and rock covers and original music. The choir has performed at a wide variety of events and venues:
First Avenue
Walker Art Center
Cedar Cultural Center
Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts
Minnesota State Fair
Northern Spark
Works Progress
331 Club
Zombie Pub Crawl
Saint Paul Saints
Minnesota Lynx
Twin Cities’ Pride
Red Hot Arts & Music Festival
Electric Fetus
Beer Dabbler
Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Collaborations include:

Roe Family Singers

Absolutely Cuckoo: Minnesota Covers the 69 Love Songs

Matt Latterell

The 10th Annual David Bowie Tribute: Rebel Rebel Rock for Pussy

Aby Wolf

Haley Bonar

Murder of Bros


Photo by Anna Grinets