BEVERLY — Residents will get the chance to rally for Angela Miller again tonight at Beverly High School.
As it did three weeks ago, the high school will open up the auditorium for the public to gather and watch “American Idol” on a large screen and to cheer on Miller. About 600 people attended the rally on April 3.
Miller, a 19-year-old Beverly High graduate, is one of four singers left as the competition heads into its final weeks.
She will perform tonight along with the other remaining contestants, Candice Glover, Kree Harrison and Amber Holcomb. One of them could be eliminated on tomorrow night’s show based on viewer voting, although judges still have the ability to save one singer.
The doors open at 7:30 tonight, and the show begins at 8. The event will also serve as a fundraiser by the senior class for The One Fund Boston to assist victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Radio station WXKS-FM, known as Kiss 108, is scheduled to broadcast live from the auditorium and will interview people during the commercial breaks on “American Idol.”