For the past nine years, The Duke University Pitchforks, a college a cappella group from North Carolina , have made an annual tradition of performing at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC). Typically, the concert offers Pitchforks both past and present the opportunity to meet, reunite and sing together.
Though they can’t perform in front of a live WHBPAC audience, The Duke University Pitchforks have adapted their landmark 10-year celebration performance into a show like you’ve never seen before. In true 2020 fashion, The Pitchforks will livestream their performance from the famed WHBPAC Mainstage on Saturday, September 5, at 8 p.m.
The Duke University Pitchforks were the first all-male a cappella group founded on campus in 1979. Over the years, The Pitchforks have performed everywhere, including dorm rooms, stadiums and sports arenas. They have sung the National Anthem at Chicago Bulls and Duke University games, held an audience for the Queen of Jordan, and even opened for acclaimed artists Ben Folds and The Band Perry. Their summer shows at WHBPAC reunite current members as well as alumni and they blend new material and old to create a super-group of singers with hits for all ages.
And this year will be no exception.
Go to WHBPAC The Pitchforksto sign up for a link to view the concert.