The Duke Pitchforks

Friday, March 10, 2023 - 8:00pm

The Arts Center of Kershaw County is proud to announce the return of the Duke Pitchforks to the Main Stage! Founded in 1979, The Pitchforks are the oldest a cappella group at Duke University. They have sung the national anthem at Chicago Bulls and Duke Basketball games, showcased themselves before the Queen of Jordan, and even opened for Ben Folds in 2009 and The Band Perry in 2015. Through the generosity of Bob Sheheen, we are thrilled to welcome them back to Wood Auditorium! If you’ve never attended a prior Pitchforks performance, you’ll soon discover the talent that has garnered the group such ongoing acclaim. Seven tracks have been featured on BOCA compilations since 1997, and the group has twice won the CARA Award for Best Male Collegiate Album nationally with Bring It Back (2006) and Disconcert (2008). Their 2010 album, All In, was awarded runner-up for the same distinction and won Best Male Collegiate Song and Best Male Collegiate Arrangement with its hit single, “Fireflies.” The Pitchforks’ most recent release, Refraction (2012), another runner-up for Best Male Collegiate Album, also scored a CARA Arrangement Award for its unique take on “Hallelujah.” We look forward to seeing you there!


Arts Center of Kershaw Co - Wood Auditorium

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$10 adult/$5 student

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Dolly Patton

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