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The International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, UK & International Quarterfinal 2024 (ICCA)

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Celebrating its 10th year in the UK, the Varsity Vocals International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella is back to rock your world. The best of British university a cappella takes to the Northcott stage in a bid to reach the regional Semi-final, where they could be in with a chance of winning their place at the international Final in New York.

If you loved Pitch Perfect, then you’ll adore the real thing, because we’re the original competition the films were based on! Over 100 performers will sing their hearts out in the biggest a cappella competition in the world. You’ll cheer, laugh and cry as they wow you with tight harmonies, chilling melodies, and spellbinding choreography.

The Varsity Vocals ICCA is a premiere tournament dedicated to showcasing the art of student a cappella singing and providing top-notch a cappella groups with valuable feedback from our highly qualified judges. Our young vocalists have the opportunity to share their talent with an international audience, develop relationships with each other, and cultivate the art of a cappella singing as well as a lifelong love of music.

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