The Princeton University Wildcats is a student-led, all-femme-identifying a cappella group founded in 1987 by Bernie Bowman '89 and Collin Holbert '90. Based on our founding song, "Respect", by Aretha Franklin, the Wildcats strive to bring a unique, empowered, and vibrant sound to Princeton's arches. 30 years later, the Wildcats remain dedicated to our passion for music, our commitment to the community, and our respect for one another.
When we aren't performing in one of the many arches on campus, you can find us practicing our repertoire for the new school year during our September Beach Week, bringing our music around the world on our annual Fall Tour, partnering with a variety of other student groups for performances on campus, and spreading our music and attitude at local events.
The Wildcats are a dynamic all-female-identifying a cappella group composed of confident, vibrant, and professional women who strive to redefine all-female a cappella, reflect the spirit of Princeton, and promote diversity and female empowerment.
BOOK THE WILDCATS
The Wildcats are available to hire for performances at dinners, concerts, parties, engagements, and more! We are also able to accommodate custom arrangements for special occasions. For more information, click here!
TRAVEL WITH US
We are so fortunate to tour yearly around the world, meet alumnae, and share our music. The last three years we went to Nashville, San Francisco, and Canada! Learn more about our tour adventures here!
WAYS TO SUPPORT
The Wildcats fundraise for recording albums, releasing merch, travel, and more! Contact us to find out ways to support our musical journey here!
KEEP IN TOUCH
Once a Wildcat, Always a Wildcat! Connect to the Alumnae Network to keep in contact with your class! Contact the Wildcats Grad Board for more information about Alumnae Meet Ups in your area. In the Princeton Area? Don't be a stranger! Contact us to schedule a visit!