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Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Silver Chord Bowl 2020


Silver Chord Bowl 2020

When:
Sunday, February 2 – 2:00PM Showtime, Doors Open at 1:30PM


Where: 
John M. Greene Hall-Smith College, 60 Elm Street Northampton, MA 01060

Ticket Outlets: 
Online - Brown Paper Tickets - http://silverchordbowl.brownpapertickets.com or call 1-800-838-3006, 


In Person - State Street Fruit Store in Northampton, Cooper’s Corner in Florence, A.J. Hastings in Amherst

How Much:
Advance Price
Premium Assigned Seating All Ages - $35 (Available through BrownPaperTickets Only)
General Admission All Ages - $15 (Available online or in person)

Day of at Door Price
Premium Assigned Seating All Ages - $40
General Admission All Ages - $20

What:
The Silver Chord Bowl, in its 36th year, is the oldest and most respected collegiate a cappella showcase in the region, hosted in John M. Greene Hall on the Smith College campus.

This years event will begin with a performance by Northampton High School’s very own Northamptones, followed by performances by 6 groups from colleges and universities around the Northeast. This year we will see the

The Silver Chord Bowl 2020 will be hosted by Smith College President Kathleen McCartney, Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz, and Steve Sanderson of the Northampton Arts Council.


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