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Date/Time
Wednesday, October 2nd 2013 - 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location
Marian Auditorium

Home Free Vocal Band will visit the campus of Mount Marty College on October 2nd at 8:00 pm in Marian Auditorium.  Mount Marty students get free admission to the event.  Tickets for the public can be purchased for $10 each and can be purchased the night of the show starting at 7pm in the lobby of the auditorium.

Home Free Vocal Band is an a cappella group of five guys that does more than just sing.  They recreate the entire band experience – engaging audiences in a rich blend of harmonies while entertaining them in good clean fun.  The show is sponsored by the MMC Student Government, The Office of Student Activities, and the MMC Music Department.

For more information on the event contact Student Activities Director, John Bennett at 605-668-1302 or john.bennett@mtmc.edu.  For more information on Home Free Vocal Band visit www.homefreevocalband.com.

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