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ANN ARBOR, me. – Listen to the historic Yale Whiffenpoofs at Ann Arbor’s First Presbyterian Church.

On Wednesday, October 27th at 7 p.m., the a cappella group will end their fall tour of the United States in Tree Town, home of singer Samantha White – one of three non-male Whiffenpoofs members.

As the oldest college a cappella group in the country, the Whiffenpoofs have already toured Vermont, Idaho, Wisconsin and Illinois, according to a press release.

Tickets for the Ann Arbor performance can be purchased online here. They cost $ 25 for adults and $ 15 for students.

Doors open from 6:30 p.m.

Participants must wear masks and demonstrate a COVID-19 vaccination. Unvaccinated children will not be accepted, according to the event website.

“The Whiffs are privileged to present their diverse repertoire of vocal jazz, folk, pop and Broadway hits to more than two hundred viewers each year, including Ann Arbor,” said a press release.


The Yale Whiffenpoofs were founded in 1909. Former Whiffenpoofs singers have performed at Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, and Lincoln Center on Broadway, as well as before US presidents. The a cappella group has appeared in the hit shows “Glee” and “The Sing Off” in recent years.

The First Presbyterian Church is located at 1432 Washtenaw Avenue.

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