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The Ithacappella Block II CD Release Concert will kick off in Emerson Suites on Friday, December 13th @ 7:30pm.

It's countdown to the very special Ithacappella Block II CD Release Concert! Fresh off their first tour of the year, the men are poised to deliver a massive performance sure to put IC in a good headspace as it celebrates the last day of classes. We're even bringing back an alumnus with one of the greatest voices ever to grace Ithacappella for one last time to sing his solo from the album in what is guaranteed to be an electrifying reunion you won't want to miss! A bunch of hot new arrangements will of course be debuted as well by current members. One of these will be a bittersweet farewell from senior Jeremy Pletter, who is finishing his time at IC at the end of this semester.

The new album The Party Upstairs features a number of hits from the last two years including songs by Fun, Ed Sheeran, John Legend, Rihanna, and Mumford & Sons. New CDs will be on sale for $15, so bring your wallet to get your hands on The Party Upstairs or any of rest of the fine selection of merchandise on offer.

The doors open at 7pm and the show begins at 7:30 on Friday, December 13th in Emerson Suites, free of charge as usual. As much of a shame as it is to have to turn fans away, the Suites can only hold so many people, so arrive early if you want to claim a seat!

Come join the party!


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