The popular a cappella group Straight No Chaser will be coming to Davenport this fall.

They will be performing at the Adler Theater on October 22nd, the show kicking off at 8:00 p.m.

Tickets range from $25 to $69.50 and they go on sale at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, May 6. Presale starts as early as tomorrow morning. Here's the link to Ticketmaster.

Straight No Chaser is celebrating their 25th anniversary this year with a 62-stop tour and a PBS special that will air in June. The group covers different genres (their PBS concert includes "Proud Mary", "Lean On Me", "Twistin'") and also features mashups (like "Uptown Funk/Thriller").

They've sold over 3 million albums and 1.5 million concert tickets worldwide and over a billion streams.

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Honestly, Straight No Chaser & Pentatonix are the two groups I think of when it comes to well-toned, modern a cappella.

SNC formed in the 1996-1997 school year at Indiana University. Group member Steve Morgan says it started out as "a way to meet girls" but eventually has grown into the 9-man group with the resume it has now.

Group member Walter Chase said:

When we started Straight No Chaser as college kids at Indiana University, we never imagined that 25 years later, we’d have two albums certified gold and tour dates around the world. What a ride it has been. It has literally been a dream come true.

Their "25th Anniversary Tour" will start on October 20 and will go through their last performance in Portland, Oregon on New Year's Eve.

For more updates from Straight No Chaser ahead of their stop in Davenport, check out their social media outlets. Here's the link to their Facebook.

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