Nonprofit Event with 800 guests
Outdoor (without cover)
Electrical outlets available
I'm not sure yet
No, the talent is responsible for all
Age range of audience
Performance area size
A Living Hitory farm 1/4 mile walking
appropriate for model-T event in the era 1920's
A strolling musical performance with short breaks through the 4 hour event period
1920's Model-T Day Enhanced by The Balancing Act Quartet
Four Lovely Ladies dressed in their finest flapper attire entertain over 500 at Fosterfields Model-T Event in Morristown on Saturday Aug.25. Strolling through the living history farm and stopping at varies locations to harmonize wonderful and varied selections from the '20s. As a Barber Shop Quartet, "The Balancing Act" are a delightful surprise, "ladies" mixing among the antique cars, as their voices filled the air. Once indoors the Willows, our old manor home, the acoustics perfected their performance of patriotic and light-hearted tunes.
You are viewing
Barbershop Quartets in Morristown, NJ
Evoke memories of the past at your next event by booking a Barbershop Quartet or Sweet Adelines harmony quartet! Forget the instruments - these Barbershop Quartets have harmonious voices that blow a traditional band out of the water! Book a Barbershop Quartet to serenade your honey with harmonic renditions of "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" and "Yes Sir, That's My Baby." Or maybe you want these strapping guys to provide the musical entertainment at a 4th of July celebration. No matter the event, a Barbershop Quartet can come dressed to impressed and ready to sing! Search for Barbershop Quartets in Morristown, New Jersey above.
Please note that these Barbershop Quartets may also travel to Cedar Knolls, Greystone Park, Morris Plains, Hanover Township, Whippany, Green Village, New Vernon, Brookside, Mount Freedom, Florham Park, Mount Tabor, Mendham, Chatham, East Hanover, Bernardsville, Mountain Lakes, Rockaway, Gillette, Ironia, New Providence, Picatinny Arsenal, Lake Hiawatha, Mine Hill, Stirling, Lyons, Millington, Berkeley Heights, Boonton, Basking Ridge, and Pine Brook.