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The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Announces
STRAIGHT NO CHASER RETURNS TO PITTSBURGH
WITH THE “BACK IN THE HIGH LIFE” TOUR
The Benedum Center for Performing Arts | December 14, 2021 | 8:00 PM
Pittsburgh, PA – The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is excited to announce the return of the chart-topping a cappella group Straight No Chaser. The group will finally hit the road in-person this year after a year of cancellations due to the pandemic. “Back In The High Life” winds its way through the US and will land in Pittsburgh at the Benedum Center for the Performing Arts on December 14, 2021. Tickets are on sale now.
“To say we are excited is a huge understatement,” said group member Steve Morgan. “We cannot wait for the curtain to come up and for us to see actual fans and not cardboard cutouts. We are so grateful for our fans who invited us into their homes to perform virtually over the last year, but there is no replacing the real thing. We cannot wait to feel the energy of being in the same room as our fans again.”
“Back in the High Life” will give fans the first opportunity to see the group perform their take on “Leave The Door Open,” the smash hit by Silk Sonic, aka Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak in-person plus tracks from last year’s album Social Christmasing, as well as a mix of brand new arrangements and fan favorites, with a setlist changing each night. Straight No Chaser will release a deluxe edition of Social Christmasing later this fall. More details will be released soon.
Regular tickets start at $xx.xx and are available for purchase online at TrustArts.org. Tickets for groups of 10 people or more are available at a discounted price. Visit TrustArts.org/GroupSales to learn more.
Straight No Chaser ushered in the modern a cappella craze with their breakthrough version of "The 12 Days of Christmas" twelve years ago. Since then, the group has clocked in two RIAA-certified Gold records with more than 1 billion streams and sold more than 1.5 million concert tickets worldwide to their unforgettable live shows. Last year, the group unveiled their latest holiday album, Social Christmasing, featuring the group's signature twist on Christmas classics like "Silver Bells" and "Frosty The Snowman," five new original songs, and a hopeful take on the Counting Crows classic "A Long December."
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