The Tufts Beelzebubs present: The Welcome Home Concert
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It's a reunion a half-century in the making, as the Bubs celebrate their golden anniversary by bringing their alums back to school for a one-night-only show!
As Tufts University's oldest all-male a cappella group, the Beelzebubs have delivered "Fun Through Song" to their audiences since 1963. Now, fifty years since they first took the stage, they're commemorating the occasion with an event like no other: Bubs alumni who have established prominence in the performing arts are returning to their Alma Mater to do what they do best.
With music from The Beelzebubs themselves, and a special appearance by The Jackson Jills -- Tufts' oldest all-female a cappella group -- this once-in-a-lifetime evening is a showcase of talent, brought to you by performers who have been entertaining at Tufts and around the world for generations.
Don't miss it! Join the Bubs in welcoming home their Brothers In Song!
Featuring Marty Fernandi, Todd Herzog, The House Jacks, Peter Lightfoot, Willie Nininger, Chris Nomura, Bill Nabel, Peking and The Mystics, and a special video performance from Guster.
Medford, MA 02155
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