Notre Dame News | April 25, 2019
The University of Notre Dame family will come together on campus and around the world Sunday-Tuesday (April 28-30) to celebrate the sixth annual Notre Dame Day.
The celebration will begin at 18:42 (6:42 p.m. EDT), referencing the University’s founding year, on April 28 and end at 12:11 a.m. April 30. The 29-hour live broadcast from Duncan Student Center will feature inspiring and entertaining Notre Dame stories from around the world through interviews, performances and appearances by celebrity guests. It also provides members of the Notre Dame family the opportunity to give back to areas of the University through an online fundraising competition.
Notre Dame Day will feature interviews with and performances from over 700 students, faculty, administrators, staff, alumni and others who are living out the mission of Notre Dame. The broadcast team will be led by alumna and Board of Trustees member Anne Thompson from NBC News, Super Bowl champion Joe Theismann and a number of broadcasters from the South Bend area and beyond.
Highlights of the more than 200 live interviews and 50 live performances include the Notre Dame Day concert at 7 p.m. April 29, with performances by former Celtic Woman artist Chloe Agnew; Notre Dame’s Gold & Blue Company; Aaron Alexander, Jared Howelton, Jimmie “JJ” Jeter and Ta-Tynisa Wilson from the Chicago cast of the musical “Hamilton”; and much more.
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