Monmouth University

Center for the Arts

Past Event

ACAFEST 2017

Founded in 2013, Sea Sharp A Cappella became Monmouth University’s first and only a cappella group. Creating sound with only their voices, the Monmouth University Sea Sharps have brought the a cappella scene to campus sharing their versions of popular tunes and classic ballads. Over the short period of time, they have participated in the ICCA’s, been featured on MTV, and hosted many concerts including Acafest which features collegiate a cappella groups from all over the tri-state area such as 8 to the Bar from Drexel University, The Trentones from The College of New Jersey, the NJIT Gigabeats, and many more! For tickets, please contact museasharps@gmail.com.

Box Office: 732.263.6889

Mar25, 2017

8:00 PM

$5 Mu Students; $7 General Admission

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