Since 1964, the Chimes have sung once a month at The Tombs, a sports bar and neighborhood restaurant located just outside of Georgetown University’s front gates. This monthly tradition was made possible by the generosity and ingenuity of Richard McCooey, the founder of The Tombs and several other restaurants in the DC area. A Chimes Night consists of roughly an hour of barbershop music and popular hits. Upon induction into the group, each Active Chime is honored with his own Chimes Night. For more about Chimes Nights, read here: A Brief History of Chimes Night.
Reservations are now CLOSED for our first Chimes Night of the year, Dis-Orientation Chimes Night! Dinner starts at 7:30, and the Chimes come on to sing at 8:00. Reservations can be made at this link. If you couldn’t make it, stay tuned for our Homecoming Chimes Night in October!
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