General Press Releases Monday March 4, 2019 15:01
Bangkok--4 Mar--The Sukosol Hotel

BANGKOK, Thailand – For two exclusive nights The Whiffenpoofs, Yale University's world-famous singing group will be performing in Bangkok for Sukosol Hotels. They will first perform at 8.30 pm on Friday, March 15th in Rattanakosin Room, at The Sukosol Hotel, Bangkok. Tickets are priced at Baht 699 nett with one standard cocktail or mocktail, Baht 499 nett with one mocktail for students, or Baht 1,699 nett with cocktail/mocktail and a pre-show Yok Talay Seafood Buffet dinner at Patummat International Restaurant in the hotel.

Additionally, they will also be on stage on Saturday, March 16th at 7:15 pm. in the Opium Den, at The Siam. Tickets are priced at Baht 1,500++ and include one hour of free-flow cocktails and canapes, served before the show starts (6:00-7:00pm). Afterwards enjoy Thai cuisine at Chon Restaurant with a 10% discount.

In addition, there is a special 50% discount for Sukosol Gourmet members, limited to 4 seats per member card (applies for tickets priced at Baht 699 / 499 at The Sukosol only).
About The Whiffenpoofs

Every year, 14 talented Yale students are selected to join The Whiffenpoofs , the world's oldest and best-known collegiate a cappella group. Founded in 1909, "The Whiffs" began as a senior quartet that met for weekly concerts at Mory's Temple Bar, the famous Yale Tavern. The Whiffenpoof Song, the group's signature ballad, gained nationwide recognition when Rudy Vallee recorded a solo version in 1937. The song would later become one of the popular tunes of World War II. Later on, Bing Crosby, Louis Armstrong, Elvis Presley, and many other artists followed suit with their own recordings.

Today, the group has become one of Yale's most celebrated and hallowed traditions, maintaining a performance schedule of over 200 concerts annually in addition to recording an album and embarking on a three-month world tour.

In recent years, The Whiffenpoofs have performed for the likes of presidents Obama, Clinton, Bush II, Bush I, Mother Theresa and the Dalai Lama, in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and the Rose Bowl, and for events and programs such as the World Series, Saturday Night Live, The West Wing, NBC's The Sing-OFF, and Fox's Glee.

Seats are strictly limited for both shows. For further details or enquiries, please contact 02–247–0123 or email for The Sukosol Bangkok and 02–206–6999 or email for The Siam.

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