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Friends of Hemming Park Presents the World-famous Princeton Tigertones

Published Friday, March 22, 2019

Friends of Hemming Park presents the world-famous Princeton Tigertones in Hemming Park on Thursday, March 21, 2019. The Douglas Anderson Show Choir will open at 12:00 pm with the Tigertones performing at 12:30.  


Enjoy a very special lunchtime performance by the world-famous Princeton Tigertones in beautiful Hemming Park! Founded in 1946, the Tigertones are Princeton University's signature all-male a cappella group. In recent years, they have presented private concerts for such dignitaries as the Governor of Bermuda, the Prime Minister of Israel, and Sir Paul McCartney. In December of 2011, the Tigertones entertained President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama and returned in 2012 to perform at the White House’s annual Holiday Parties. After over seventy years and thirty-three recordings, the Tigertones thrive and keep alive a tradition of good friends and good music.  The Douglas Anderson School of the Arts Show Choir opens at noon; Tigertones perform at 12:30 p.m. Bring your lunch or enjoy delicious food from a selection of mobile vendors.


When: Thursday, March 21
12 p.m. – 2 p.m.


Where: Hemming Park, 135 W. Monroe Street, downtown Jacksonville, FL

Why: Media opportunities include photo and video opps with performers and food vendors.


About Friends of Hemming Park

Founded in 2013, Friends of Hemming Park is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to transforming Jacksonville's oldest public park into a modern, urban gathering space that engages diverse communities and restores vitality to the heart of our city by providing year-round family-friendly programming and amenities. Learn more at



Damien Lamar Robinson

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