Thursday, Sept 30, 7:30PM / The Beatles Jukebox
Friday, Oct 1, 6PM / Don't Stop Believin' in the 80s (before Homecoming Parade)
Friday, Oct 1, 9PM / I Want It That 2000s Pop Way (after Homecoming Parade)
A profound way for people to connect and interact. – The New Yorker
Hundreds of voices. Endless song possibilities. One music-making memory you’ll never forget. Choir! Choir! Choir! began in 2011 as a weekly drop-in event in Toronto and has since become a YouTube phenomenon and worldwide sensation, performing in clubs, festivals, Carnegie Hall and even a simultaneous gig joining audiences on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border. No auditions required here. The audience is the choir. Simply show up on Slayter Hill and let Daveed Goldman and Nobu Adilman lead you in performing their original arrangement of a song you know and love. Each of three free performances will feature a different song, making each performance a unique journey. A joyous erasure of the boundary between artist and audience, Choir! Choir! Choir! reminds us of the pleasure and power that comes from putting our voices together.
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Due to Purdue Homecoming activities, parking restrictions will be in place. Please play close attention to all signage and barricades. NOTE: On Friday, October 1 the Cordova Recreational Sports Center (CoRec) lot will have reduced parking availability due to the RV tailgate parking section at the north end. There should be availability south of that area. The Owen Hall lot will be closed. For complete details, read this Parking and Transportation Services notice.
Additionally, CityBus has convenient bus routes that stop at or near Slayter Center at the corner of Stadium Ave and Martin Jischke Dr. View the system route map.