Country a cappella band Home Free takes the CCA mainstage as part of Bank of NH Pavillion’s “Off the Farm” series. The 5-man band, known for their show-stopping performances, mix their signature no-instrument, all-vocal music with quick-witted humor.
When country a cappella band Home Free was crowned Season 4 Champions of NBC’s The Sing-Off, their victory was by no means the beginnings of a career. For the five country stars from Minnesota, it was a culmination of almost ten years of hard work and commitment to a vocal craft growing in popularity.
Brothers Chris and Adam Rupp founded Home Free in the early 2000s. Since those college day beginnings, they’ve worked at perfecting their live show and performed for crowds at countless State and County Fairs, college campuses, Fortune 500 companies and theaters across the US. This “on the road” experience has helped them grow their fan base and bring their homegrown country style into the national spotlight.
Crashing the world music scene in the past three years, Home Free is bringing new music, new production and more country favorites as they tour the nation. The 5-man band, known for their show-stopping performances, mixing their signature no-instrument, all-vocal music with their quick-witted humor, is becoming a household name for peppering Nashville country standards with country-dipped pop hits.
Join Home Free for an exciting night of music, an entertaining journey of the a cappella craze sweeping the nation.
Presented in association with Meadowbrook Productions.
SPECIAL VIP PACKAGE:
Home Free is offering a very limited number of VIP tickets for $128. Each includes:
– best seats in the house
– crowd free merchandise shopping
– a pre-show meet and greet with the band, including a Q&A, autographs, photos with
the band, and a one-song performance of a song not performed in the show
– a CD of your choosing (Crazy Life, Country Evolution, or Full of (Even More) Cheer)
– an exclusive poster and VIP laminate
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