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  • Arlington Temple United Methodist Church 1835 North Nash Street Arlington, VA, 22209 United States (map)

Indulge in an amazing night of music at ACA-TOBERFEST on Saturday, October 17th at Arlington Temple in Rosslyn, VA.

Featuring a double-headlining performance by local group, Supreme Chord, and Boston road warriors, Ball in the House, ACA-TOBERFEST will be a huge thrill for DC-area vocal music fans.

Since 2008, Supreme Chord has been entertaining audiences from local festivals to the Kennedy Center to the National Christmas Tree and they are excited to present their first ever full-length concert. Expect all vocal takes on your favorites from the likes of Katy Perry, the Civil Wars, Darius Rucker, and Fireflight as part of their full length set!

Joining Supreme Chord on October 17th is legendary vocal band, Ball in the House. Following in the path of classic harmony groups like Boyz II Men, The Temptations, and Take 6, while incorporating the pop and neo-soul influence of artists like Bruno Mars, Daft Punk, and Pharrell Williams, five-member veteran vocal band, Ball in the House, will move audiences with their music.

With their extensive tour schedule (averaging 200 dates a year), Ball in the House reaches millions and is arguably one of the hardest working, most successful indie bands today. Over the years, they have performed with several artists including The Beach Boys, Gladys Knight, Kool & the Gang, KC & The Sunshine Band, Jessica Simpson, and Smokey Robinson.

A review from the Boston Globe put it very succinctly - "Ball in the House has everything you would expect to find in a successful pop/rock band....the one thing it doesn't have is instruments."

If you're a fan of Pitch Perfect, NBC's The Sing-Off, or Pentatonix, treat yourself to a dynamic evening of live a cappella entertainment, right here in the DC area!

Tickets are on sale now at Grab your pre-sale tickets for just $17 or $20 at the door.

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Earlier Event: September 26
Supreme Chord at 2015 College Park Day