Ball In The House To Celebrate 20 Years With Special Concert In Wilmington On October 21

WILMINGTON, MA — On Saturday October 21st, longtime Boston-based vocal band Ball in the House will be celebrating 20 years of moving audiences of all ages with their unique a cappella sound.

The celebratory performance concert will be held at 7:00pm in the Wilmington High School auditorium, located at 161 Church Street in Wilmington, MA.

Drawing inspiration from groups like the Temptations and Boyz II Men, Ball in the House has been a beloved feature of New England a cappella music, whether putting on their own shows or performing with the likes of Gladys Night, Smokey Robinson, KC and the Sunshine Band, and many more. Long-time fans of the group will have the opportunity to hear some of their favorite songs and see some of their favorite singers return to the stage in a retrospective concert featuring past and current members. For more recent fans, and for those who have never seen Ball in the House, October 21st will be the perfect occasion to get to know the band and its history.

Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance HERE. VIP tickets, granting first-choice seating, a meet-and-greet with past and present Ball in the House members, and a commemorative poster are available online only. A portion of the proceeds will go to Wilmington CATS. CATS provides annual scholarship opportunities to eligible graduating seniors and provides supplementary funding to the various local choral and theater groups they support.

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(NOTE: The above press release is from Ball In The House.)

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