Honestly, I’d rather watch the grass grow than watch Susan Boyle perform, but since some of you may disagree here’s the info:
According to Brenda Parres, a spokesperson for the office tower, the Waterfall Stage venue on the building’s concourse level can accommodate about 2,000 spectators. As yet, there is no plan to distribute tickets. Generally, the shows at the Waterfall Stage are free and fully open to the public and passers-by.
The video of the Scot’s April, 2009 performance on Britain’s Got Talent has been viewed 300 million times. Her self-deprecating manner and ugly-duckling persona immediately won her a legion of fans.
Since winning overnight acclaim, Boyle has been hospitalized for exhaustion and, in large part, shunned the limelight. She has reportedly done so to preserve her voice for her first album, I Dreamed a Dream.
That album will be released Nov. 23. Three days later, Boyle will perform at 12:15 p.m. on the Waterfall Stage. Afterward, she will sign autographs and greet fans.