Event Deal: College A Cappella Concert / Benefit Supporting Navy Families in Education
Highlights:Purchase one ticket for $20 (vs $25) or two tickets for $36 (vs $50)
Only 35 tickets available at these prices!
When: November 3rd, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Sandler Center for Performing Arts
Proceeds Benefit Wings Over America Scholarship Foundation -
- Featuring a "Sing-Off" between the Hullabahoos of the University of Virginia & The Troubadours of George Washington University in Washington DC.
- Saturday, November 3 at 7:30 pm (doors open at 7:00)
- Once this offer is sold out, you can purchase your tickets directly from Wings Over America at www.wingsoveramerica.us. Adult tickets $25; Student tickets $15. VIP Tickets - $65 (includes pre-concert reception 6:30-7:30 pm and preferred seating)
About the Performers:
The Hullabahoos: Describing themselves as “a group of guys at the University of Virginia who like to sing other people’s music without instruments and wear robes while we do it,” the 18-member Hullabahoos have performed across the country and beyond. Some of their more memorable appearances include the Hard Rock Café in Manila, Philippines, The George W. Bush 2007 President Dinner at the Washington Convention Center and for President Obama. In 2012, the group made their big screen debut appearing in the 2012 movie Pitch Perfect and a few months later on America’s hit television show, The Office. www.hullabahoos.com
The Troubadours: (affectionately known by their fans as the Troubs) is a co-ed a cappella group based at The George Washington University in the heart of Washington, D.C. They sing a collection of genres and artists - from John Legend and Sara Bareilles to Coldplay and The Fray. Over the last couple of years, the Troubs have performed at events big and small - the National Cathedral, the FBI, the IMF's Annual Meetings, the White House Holiday Celebration, and American Idol, to name just a few! www.gwutroubadours.com
About Wings Over America:
In 1987, the AIRLANT Wives Club noticed a need for scholarships within the Navy Aviation community. Through a variety of fundraisers, including bake sales and fashion shows, they gave away their first scholarships. In the 25 years since, this "wives club scholarship" has experienced amazing growth in scope and breadth.
The mission of the WOASF is to provide scholarships to dependent children and spouses of U.S. Navy personnel from all Naval Aviation commands, officer and enlisted, active duty, retired, honorably discharged or deceased. Annually Wings Over America Scholarship Foundation sponsors fifty scholarships to students who have chosen to continue their education. Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of scholastic merit, community service and extracurricular activities. Previous winners have come from not only the Hampton Roads region but also worldwide. The Foundation awards scholarships ranging from $3,000 - $12,000 and awarded over $200,000 in scholarships in 2016. WOASF is a private, non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization. Support and funding for the Foundation comes from the generous contributions of private and corporate sources. The a cappella concert is a benefit concert for the organization. Learn more at: www.wingsoveramerica.us
For more information about this event contact Christine Wilson at 757-228-3314
For questions about this deal contact Nicole Maxino at 757 652 0808
No assigned seats for this event - All seats are general admission.