The Princeton Footnotes come to DC!

Enjoy a free performance from the Princeton Footnotes on Friday, October 28th!




Are you a fan of Princeton acapella groups? If so, you’re invited to join us on Friday, October 28th as the world-famous Princeton Footnotes give a free concert in Washington, DC. Don’t miss this exclusive performance which was arranged especially for DC area Princeton alumni! 

Please RSVP today as space is limited! 

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Date: Friday, October 28th 

Time: 7:30 pm 

Location: 1155 23rd Street, NW at the Corner of M Street 

Cost: Free, but donations are highly encouraged

About the Princeton Footnotes: 

Founded by a group of fun-loving, charismatic, and talented young men in 1959, the Princeton Footnotes have been providing fresh, all-male a cappella to Princeton University and far beyond for more than half a century. The Footnotes are an incredibly versatile group of guys who bring a radiant enthusiasm to our singing. Having performed all over the world for the past 55 years, the Footnotes' repertoire spans decades of music and an astounding variety of genres: from Frank Sinatra to Taylor Swift to Phish.

The Princeton Footnotes have performed for US presidents and fashion designers, at schools and corporate events, in backyards, at baseball stadiums, and for millions during our time on NBC’s ‘The Sing Off.’ In addition to performing at both high profile and casual events, the Footnotes host educational sessions during which they give a cappella lessons to singers of all ages and experience.

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