Songfest 2021 *IS* happening in a modified virtual format. For more about Songfest 2021, see here.
Songfest 2021 is being produced amidst very unusual circumstances arising from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Much of the information on this site may not be applicable to the Songfest 2021 production.
Welcome to Pepperdine University's annual production of Songfest. Virtual performances for Songfest 2021 will be held on Thursday April 29 and Friday April 30 at 6:30 PM. Both performances are free of charge, but all viewers must register in advance through the Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts. Viewing links will be sent about 24 hours before the performance.
What *IS* Songfest? Why is it such a big deal? How can I get involved?
Check out some basic info about Songfest.
Attending Songfest is a unique and wonderful experience enjoyed by audiences of all ages. We'd love to have you join us!
The latest ticket information can be found here.
Have you ever been a part of Songfest? Then we'd love to have you contribute remotely to our special closing number for Songfest 2021. More info
Interested in participating in Songfest? Check out our participant info, and read our our Participant FAQs.
Important information, documents, and tools are available in the Group Leaders area for those who are currently planning, writing, directing, and otherwise leading a Songfest group.
For those interested in forming or leading a group in the future, the process usually gets underway each September with the Group Info Meeting. Until the next Info Meeting, check out these FAQs:
Frequently Asked Questions
Group Leader FAQS
Group Formation FAQs
The Songfest hosts are selected each fall through an audition process.
If you are interested in auditioning to be a Songfest host, please check out the complete Songfest Host Information and our Songfest Host FAQs.
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