Tickets on sale now for Hopkins' Got Talent

Fundraiser featuring faculty and staff performers takes place Dec. 10 at Peabody

Saxophonist Jessica Keyes, performing in 2017

Image caption: Saxophonist Jessica Keyes, seen here in last year's competition, is one of the acts vying for the 2018 top prize and raising funds for a nonprofit she supports.


Join your colleagues for a night of entertainment at Hopkins' Got Talent, a signature JHU United Way campaign event showcasing staff and faculty. With all proceeds going to the university's 2018 campaign goal, this talent show puts the "fun" into fundraising.

The event, organized by the Office of Work, Life and Engagement, begins at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 10, at the Peabody Institute.

Acts include a band, singers, dancers, a Jackie Wilson–inspired performance, and more. Performers represent their respective divisions and are helping raise funds for designated organizations. (For information about each act, go here.)

Be a part of the audience and help decide which of the acts wins the $500 cash prize.

Buy your tickets in advance for a discounted price of $5 instead of $10 at the door. Tickets are free for JHU students with an ID. Seating is limited, so pre-purchase is encouraged.

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