Ball in the House to Bounce LCCC’s Stocker Arts Center

{mosimage}With soaring harmonies and unbelievable voice percussion, Ball in the House will have audiences bouncing out of their seats at Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center.

The a cappella group will perform at 7 p.m., Friday, May 14 at Stocker Arts Center as the closing concert of Stocker’s 2009-2010 new Family Events Series.

Adult tickets are $15 each, and tickets for children 12 and under are $10 in advance. Tickets may be ordered online at www.lorainccc.edu/stocker, or by calling the Stocker Arts Center box office at 800-995-5222 (ext. 4040) from 12-6 p.m., Monday through Friday. Tickets are also available at the box office, located in the lobby of the Stocker Arts Center.

Most recently seen on the “Today Show,” where they won the “Golden Ticket to Hollywood” competition and a chance to audition for the hit show “America’s Got Talent,” Ball in the House is a Boston-based group that is winning the hearts of America. With an average of 150 live shows a year, this busy group can be heard on TV and radio as the voice behind the Cool Whip commercials. To listen to their songs or learn more about the group, visit www.ballinthehouse.com.

Ball in the House is one of Stocker’s Take-a-Chance ticket event, which means that half-price tickets are available at the box office 90 minutes before to curtain time. Take-a-Chance tickets are half-off the adult ticket price ($7.50 each) and will be available beginning at 5:30 p.m. on May 14 until show time.

Ball in the House to Bounce LCCC’s Stocker Arts Center

{mosimage}With soaring harmonies and unbelievable voice percussion, Ball in the House will have audiences bouncing out of their seats at Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center.

The a cappella group will perform at 7 p.m., Friday, May 14 at Stocker Arts Center as the closing concert of Stocker’s 2009-2010 new Family Events Series.

Adult tickets are $15 each, and tickets for children 12 and under are $10 in advance. Tickets may be ordered online at www.lorainccc.edu/stocker, or by calling the Stocker Arts Center box office at 800-995-5222 (ext. 4040) from 12-6 p.m., Monday through Friday. Tickets are also available at the box office, located in the lobby of the Stocker Arts Center.

Most recently seen on the “Today Show,” where they won the “Golden Ticket to Hollywood” competition and a chance to audition for the hit show “America’s Got Talent,” Ball in the House is a Boston-based group that is winning the hearts of America. With an average of 150 live shows a year, this busy group can be heard on TV and radio as the voice behind the Cool Whip commercials. To listen to their songs or learn more about the group, visit www.ballinthehouse.com.

Ball in the House is one of Stocker’s Take-a-Chance ticket event, which means that half-price tickets are available at the box office 90 minutes before to curtain time. Take-a-Chance tickets are half-off the adult ticket price ($7.50 each) and will be available beginning at 5:30 p.m. on May 14 until show time.

Ball in the House to Bounce LCCC’s Stocker Arts Center

{mosimage}With soaring harmonies and unbelievable voice percussion, Ball in the House will have audiences bouncing out of their seats at Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center.

The a cappella group will perform at 7 p.m., Friday, May 14 at Stocker Arts Center as the closing concert of Stocker’s 2009-2010 new Family Events Series.

Adult tickets are $15 each, and tickets for children 12 and under are $10 in advance. Tickets may be ordered online at www.lorainccc.edu/stocker, or by calling the Stocker Arts Center box office at 800-995-5222 (ext. 4040) from 12-6 p.m., Monday through Friday. Tickets are also available at the box office, located in the lobby of the Stocker Arts Center.

Most recently seen on the “Today Show,” where they won the “Golden Ticket to Hollywood” competition and a chance to audition for the hit show “America’s Got Talent,” Ball in the House is a Boston-based group that is winning the hearts of America. With an average of 150 live shows a year, this busy group can be heard on TV and radio as the voice behind the Cool Whip commercials. To listen to their songs or learn more about the group, visit www.ballinthehouse.com.

Ball in the House is one of Stocker’s Take-a-Chance ticket event, which means that half-price tickets are available at the box office 90 minutes before to curtain time. Take-a-Chance tickets are half-off the adult ticket price ($7.50 each) and will be available beginning at 5:30 p.m. on May 14 until show time.

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