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How long does a Straight No Chaser concert last?

How long does a Straight No Chaser concert last?

1.5 hours
Straight No Chaser concerts typically last 1.5 hours.

Does Straight No Chaser still perform?

Straight No Chaser is currently touring across 1 country and has 57 upcoming concerts. Their next tour date is at Paramount Theatre in Aurora, after that they’ll be at Paramount Theatre again in Aurora. See all your opportunities to see them live below!

How many guys are in Straight No Chaser?

Six original members are part of the current nine-person version of Straight No Chaser. Whenever a member leaves, he is replaced by an alumnus of the college group, which continues actively at Indiana University under the name Another Round.

Where is Straight No Chaser playing?


  • Jun 1 Wed. Centre In The Square @ 8:00pm.
  • Jun 2 Thu. The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor @ 8:00pm.
  • Jun 4 Sat. Paramount Theatre (Matinee) @ 3:00pm.
  • Jun 4 Sat. Paramount Theatre (Evening) @ 8:00pm.
  • Sep 20 Tue. The Maryland Theatre @ 7:00pm.
  • Sep 21 Wed. Capitol Theatre @ 8:00pm.
  • Oct 20 Thu.
  • Oct 21 Fri.

Is Straight No Chaser family friendly?

Straight No Chaser had a rocky start at the Wolftrap performance Sunday night but finished with the family-friendly fun energy they are known for.

Who left Straight No Chaser?

Dave Roberts left the group and was replaced by Jasper Smith shortly before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in early 2020. The group released Social Christmasing in November of that year.

Why did Ryan Ahlwardt leave Straight No Chaser?

Ahlwardt left the group in 2012 to return to Fishers and lead the local chapter of Young Life, an outreach ministry for teenagers. He served in that position until 2018.

What song made Straight No Chaser famous?

Awards. In 2009, Atlantic Records SNC won the CARA award for Best Holiday Album (Holiday Spirits) and was nominated for Best Holiday Song (“Carol Of The Bells” on Holiday Spirits).

What college did Straight No Chaser attend?

Indiana University
TEN years ago, the founding members of Straight No Chaser — an undergraduate a cappella group from Indiana University — performed at Carnegie Hall. They sang the national anthem at a Chicago Cubs game. They took road trips, ensnared female fans and created a lasting tradition on campus. And then they graduated.