Support the 2016 Las Vegas International Webcast

Click here to make a Webcast donation, or mail your Webcast donation to: 9110 South Toledo Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74137.

Click here to watch the LIVE webcast!

The webcast is LIVE at

The world's best Sweet Adelines International choruses and quartets will compete in Las Vegas, Nev., at the World-Famous MGM Grand Garden Arena beginning Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016 through Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016.

Due to the high costs of hosting a webcast for viewers all over the world to enjoy international competition, donations from viewers help Sweet Adelines continue to offer the webcast at no charge. If you enjoy the webcast, please consider donating and help us share world-class barbershop with fans everywhere!

The Webcast Needs Your Support
Make a Donation Today*
Suggested donation amounts:**
$25 for audio only listeners
$40 for one day of audio and video
$75 and up for more than one day of audio and video

Donate online or send a check to headquarters. The address is:
Sweet Adelines International, 9110 South Toledo Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74137.
Attn: Webcast Donation

*All U.S. donations made to Sweet Adelines are tax deductible and qualify for matching gifts.
**The Webcast is a free event. However, donations are necessary to fund the expense of streaming the Webcast. Thank you for your support.

If you experience technical difficulties, contact our Webcast technician, Alvin Ogles, at

Sweet Adelines is using Windows Media Player from Microsoft to deliver programming to you. You will need to get the Windows Media Player installed on your machine if you do not have it already. The player is free. Go to the following website to download Windows Media Player,

The player is available for both Windows and Mac.

It is a good idea to test the player prior to the convention Webcast. When testing, if a small window pops up and you hear audio, you already have the player. If your browser warns you that you don't have a necessary plug-in or helper application, then you will need to download the Windows Media Player.

Basic Troubleshooting
If you are unable to receive audio or video content from, there could be a network problem with your receiving computer, a network congestion problem from the Internet itself, or a technical problem with receiving the feed from the source and redistributing it on the Internet. If you are experiencing technical difficulty with your media player, confirm that the latest version of the player is installed.