The 41st annual Songfest production came to an exciting conclusion Saturday night in front of a sold-out Spring Panther Days crowd. The high-energy musical performance featured nearly a quarter of the student body and each night gave audiences their money’s worth of entertainment.

Emcees for the production were Josh Anderson and Levi Swenson and hosting this year’s show were Taylor Abraham, Caleb Magner, Zane Pittman, Gabrielle Siebenaler, Aubrey Tate, and LaTrell Vasser.  

The performers were tremendous in their roles and had a great mix of solos and group numbers that covered a wide range of music styles. Under the direction of Mrs. Amy Fraser and student assistant Colby Smith, months of planning, designing, creating, and rehearsing went into the four-night event.

​Once again, the social clubs put their best feet forward with their song selections, costumes, and choreographed moves. Theta Psi and Sigma Tau filled the stage with their exciting opening production of “Reignite the Fire.” Beta Beta Sigma and Koinonia then took the audience on a quick journey through time with their theme of “The Grooves of Growing Up.” Omega Phi and Kingsmen began the second half of the show with their cloak and dagger theme “License to Thrill,” and Delta Chi Alpha and Kyodai completed the club productions with an impressive show of twists and turns called “One Hit Wonders.”

After Saturday night’s performance, clubs anxiously awaited with the audience to hear the judges’ tally of their four-night production and pre-show points:
  • Best Theme - Delta and Kyodai
  • Best Choreography – Delta and Kyodai
  • Best Costumes - Theta Psi and Sig Tau
  • Best Music - Delta and Kyodai
  • President’s Award – Theta Psi and Sig Tau - Reignite the Fire
  • People’s Choice Award - Delta and Kyodai - One Hit Wonders

Congratulations to everyone who had a part in Songfest and thanks for putting together such a quality show! 

Video of the show will be available in a few weeks on the York College Youtube Channel.