March 22 7:30 pm

The Yale Whiffenpoofs, the world’s oldest collegiate a cappella group, will be coming to Chicago in March! Join us for a concert at the Chicago Fine Arts Building featuring Chicago native Joshua Gonzalez (Yale ’24). Come experience an unforgettable night of music and humor!

Doors open at 7:00 for a 7:30 performance at Curtiss Hall on the 10th floor, accessible via elevator; we recommend arriving early to guarantee seating! Tickets are available here, at the door, or by contacting Liam ( Prices are as follows:

$15 – Students (with a student I.D.) & Children under 12

$25 – Adult

$40 – Priority seating

Children 5-and-under are free!

The Whiffenpoofs are the country’s oldest collegiate a cappella group. Founded over a hundred years ago, the Whiffenpoofs have been singing around the country (and the world!) delighting audiences with a wide repertoire of a cappella music. In past years, the ‘Whiffs’ have sung for Presidents Obama, Bush (41 and 43), Clinton, and Reagan, and at venues including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and the Kennedy Center. We’ve even been featured on television shows such as “The Sing-Off,” “The West Wing,” and “Glee.”