Holiday Concert in the Gardens with Columbia’s Metrotones and Princeton’s Tigertones

The best way to spread holiday cheer is singing loud for all to hear!

Come celebrate the holiday season with a FREE outdoor a cappella performance on Sunday, December 5, at 1 p.m., by Columbia’s Metrotones and Princeton’s Tigertones. The two a cappella groups will perform in the Jay Gardens. Savor seasonal treats and stay warm with a mug of hot cocoa from Jimmy’s Soft Serve at our final event of the season!

Spread the joy even further by bringing a non-perishable item for Port Chester families served by the Carver Center.  (They are also accepting individual donations of personal items, such as diapers.) Please see the attached Carver Market Holiday Wish List.

Reserve your place today! REGISTER HERE

About the Tigertones (official bio):
Founded in 1946, the Tigertones are Princeton University’s signature all-male a cappella group. For nearly seventy-five years the Tones have sought to maintain a culture of good friends and good music, bringing this spirit to audiences across the globe. Check out their Youtube and Spotify for some of their recent music.

About the Metrotones (official bio):
The Columbia Metrotones are Columbia University’s premier all-female a cappella group. They were founded in 1983, when Columbia became a coeducational institution. They perform at a wide variety of venues and events in and outside of New York City. Their repertoire is ever-changing and eclectic, including pop, R&B, and indie music, and that one time they sang backup for Vampire Weekend. Listen to them on Youtube here.

Watch the Tigertones perform on ABC’s “Good Morning America” here!