Hyannis Sound, Cape Cod’s all-male professional a cappella group, is celebrating its 25thanniversary with a special reunion concert at 7 PM on Saturday, August 3 at the Cape Cod Church in East Falmouth, Massachusetts.
Hyannis Sound is comprised of 10 college-aged young men who spend every summer performing on Cape Cod and in the greater-Boston area. To commemorate its “silver summer,” Hyannis Sound has invited all of the group’s alumni back for an unforgettable evening of heartfelt music, stories, and antics in celebration of one of the cornerstones of Cape Cod’s music scene. The concert boasts performances from different iterations of Hyannis Sound across its 25 years in existence and is sure to thrill both long-time fans and first-time attendees. The show will be held in Cape Cod Church’s main auditorium, a 1000 seat concert hall that few venues in the area rival in sound, comfort, and aesthetic.
“This show will be entertaining for all ages and the evening will be full of surprises. The audience will watch as generations of men cross the stage to perform with passion, musicality, and humor," noted Townsend Belisle, who founded the group in 1994. “It is both exciting and humbling to reach this milestone. We can’t wait to see old friends and new friends and to make this a most memorable celebration.”
Tickets are now available for $20 online at www.hyannissound.org and $25 at the door on the day of the concert The Cape Cod Church is located at 205 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rt. 151) East Falmouth, MA 02536. All tickets are general admission. A limited number of tickets available to the public.
The Hyannis Sound gathers each year around Memorial Day, and spends the summer performing at private and public functions across the Cape and the greater Northeast of the U.S. Whether performing at a graduation party, one of their weekly shows, or street singing, the Hyannis Sound aims to provide a unique and interactive entertainment experience that keeps their audiences coming back for more. While the experience is unforgettable for the young men in the group each summer, being active members of the Cape Cod community remains a primary goal. As a part of that community, the Sound looks to contribute to the wealth of musical culture that the Cape has to offer. The group continually pushes itself to provide a positive example for young musicians across the region and beyond. For over three generations, this community of gentleman has gone from singing with the Hyannis Sound to a wide variety of careers in the music industry. www.hyannissound.org