We're excited to announce that the Princeton Tigertones, an all-male a cappella group, will perform two shows at the Darien Library on Sunday, Dec. 4, at 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. in the Library’s auditorium.
The Tones typically perform a wide variety of music, including traditional ballads, jazz, barbershop, classic rock, Broadway and American pop. In the 65 years since 13 young men first came together to form the original Tigertones on Princeton's campus in 1946, the group has recorded more than 30 albums, and travelled across the world to perform. Now they'll be rocking out in the Library auditorium for patrons in two free performances.
While they belt out powerful arrangements and show off serious skill during their top-notch performances, the Tigertones pride themselves on focusing on "Good Friends and Good Music."
Come early. We'll be handing out tickets at the Welcome Desk about an hour before each show begins, and opening doors 30 minutes before each concert kicks off. Only one ticket will be available per person, and a limited number of standing room only seats will be available for each show.
Additional parking will be available on Thorndal Circle, behind Nielsen's and on Post Road in front of the Library.