"The Hyannis Sound" Weekly Concerts Begin June 6th

Cape Cod's very own "boys of summer"
Cape Cod's very own "boys of summer", The Hyannis Sound (Courtesy of The Hyannis Sound)

Good news, folks! As summer swiftly approaches, the young men of the Hyannis Sound have been busy gearing up for their 2017 season. After two weeks of long daily rehearsals, Cape Cod’s very own Boys of Summer would like to extend an invitation to their weekly concert series beginning on Tuesday June 6th at the St. Christopher's Episcopal Church (Main Street, Chatham) at 7:00pm.

The Hyannis Sound is a one of a kind a Capella experience. Performing both privately and publicly  across Cape Cod, the Hyannis Sound is known for warming the hearts of all who spend their summers on Cape Cod- using just their voices! Widely known for their timeless sound that spans decades of pop, rock, jazz, R&B and even choral pieces, the Hyannis Sound is a highlight of the Cape Cod summers we’re all fortunate enough to experience. According to a long time fan, Kate, “The Hyannis Sound means the world to me because I feel like a member of the Hyannis Sound family. I love how much fun they are, and how much they love each other.”

The Hyannis Sound’s weekly concert series schedule is as follows. Tickets are sold at the door, $15 for adults and $10 for children under 10 years of age, and seniors over 65 years of age.

  • Mondays: First Congregational Church, Main Street, Falmouth, 7:00pm
  • Tuesdays: St. Christopher's Episcopal Church, Main Street, Chatham, 7:00pm
  • Thursdays: Dennis Union Church, Main Street, Dennis, 7:00pm
  • Fridays: Federated Church, Main Street, Hyannis, 8:00pm

Keep up with the Hyannis Sound on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Find their music on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Play.

Despite being a familiar sight all over the Cape, the Hyannis Sound is available for private functions. For booking inquiries, please contact their business manager,  Jason ([email protected]).

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