• This is a photo of the Heroes and Villians Spring Sing logo.

    Spring Sing 2018

    Heroes and villains took over the Benson stage for 2018!

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  • This is a photo of students participating in Spring Sing 2017.

    2017 - Curtain Up!

    #HUSpringSing17 featured various numbers from modern Broadway shows.

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  • 2017 - Curtain Up!

    Broadway comes to Searcy!

  • 2016 -Retro-bution

    It's time to go back to the future!

  • 2016 -Retro-bution

    Check out the 2016 award recipients.

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  • 2015 - Famous for Fifteen

    Everybody is famous!

  • 2015 - Famous for Fifteen

    Check out the 2015 award recipients.

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  • 2014 - New

    New songs to celebrate!

  • 2014 - New

    Knights social club sweeps Spring Sing 2014!

Spring Sing & Bison Days IV

Spring Sing is an annual musical revue extravaganza. For over forty years, this fast-paced musical revue format has allowed over 1000 students from over 20 social clubs and organizations on campus to take part in the annual production. Over 11,000 people from all over the country and all around the world come to Searcy, AR to see the production on the days before Easter Sunday each year.

Spring Sing also offers students a unique chance to serve those outside the campus. Social clubs compete for cash prizes to be donated in their name to charitable organizations. Alumni see clubs giving their best to share with those who need our help. Prospective students see what matters most - not glory for self, but comfort and concern for others. Spring Sing also presents a special award the club directors vote on each year - The Spirit Award - which is given to the club show that has best demonstrated the spirit of Jesus Christ throughout the rehearsal and performance process. With over $7,000.00 in charity donations each year, Spring Sing strives to provide encouragement as well as entertainment.


Spring Sing 2019 is scheduled for April 18-20 and the theme is "The Greatest Show". Tickets for 2019 will be available at www.hardingtickets.com. For more Spring Sing information, call the alumni and ticket office at 501-279-4276.

Students attending for Bison Days IV do not need to purchase a ticket as it is already included in the registration fee.

Bison Days Registration

Cost per student is $55 and includes meals, a T-shirt, a Spring Sing ticket, a play ticket and housing. Campus housing will only be available to registered high school juniors and seniors. Continue watching this site for more information.


Full Campus Schedule

This was the 2018 Schedule. Stay tuned for 2019 information!

Spring Sing & Bison Days Weekend 2018
“Heroes & Villains”
March 29-31

Spring Sing 2018 is all about heroes and villains. With more than 1,000 college students involved, make plans to join us. 

Bison Days IV is March 29-April 1. Cost per student is $55 and includes meals, a T-shirt, a Spring Sing ticket and housing. Housing is only available to paid Bison Days guests. Please register online by March 22: www.harding.edu/admissions/bisondays.

Thursday, March 29

8 a.m.-5 p.m. | Art and Design branding show exhibit, Stevens Art Gallery 1. This creative project is a collaboration of the graphic design, interior design, and marketing departments and challenges the students to develop the branding for a Boutique Fitness Center this year. Come see their final designs and then vote on your favorite with pocket change. All funds support White County Habitat for Humanity.

7 p.m. | Spring Sing 2018: “Heroes & Villains”, Benson Auditorium, $15. Tickets are available at the door and at www.hardingtickets.com. 

Friday, March 30

8 a.m. | President’s Council golf tournament, The Course at River Oaks, $125 per person, $500 per team. Contact Dr. Bryan Burks, bburks@harding.edu.

8 a.m.-5 p.m. | Art and Design branding show exhibit, a graphic design, interior design and marketing collaborative project, Stevens Art Gallery 1

9 and 10 a.m. | Chapel, Benson Auditorium

1-4 p.m. Lemonade and Cookie Stand fundraiser for Girls for Harding and Mision Para Cristo, Jinotegea, Nicaragua

2-4 p.m. | Harding Place retirement open house, 801 S. Benton

3-6 p.m. Latin Fest, hosted by Smiles for Christ, McInteer Rotunda, $5. Representatives from several different countries share their culture, music and food.

3:05 p.m. Author Chat & Book Signing Brackett Library Lab. Joining us are two Harding alumni authors: Timothy W. Scott author of The Dragon King, and Sylvie Evdoxiadis author of Wizard Eyes.

3:30-5:30 p.m. Spring Sing Flashback, Ganus Building. Grab some popcorn, and watch a 25-year-old classic-1993's Spring Sing. Can you still recognize old friends? Can you find your parents? What did your club perform?

4 -5 p.m. Good News Singers concert, McInteer Plaza

4-5 p.m. |Dedication of the Amy and Scott Sewell TV Studio - Reynolds Center TV studio

5 p.m. | Live at 5” broadcast - Reynolds Center TV studio

7 p.m. |Spring Sing 2018: “Heroes & Villains” , Benson Auditorium, $15 and 18. Tickets available at the door and at www.hardingtickets.com. 

Saturday, March 31

9 a.m.- 1 p.m. Harding University Volleyball Spring Play Day featuring teams from UA-Fort Smith, Henderson State, UA-Monticello and Arkansas Tech, Rhodes-Reaves Field House

9 a.m. - 3 p.m. | Harding Bazaar, in front of the Reynolds Center featuring crafts, creations and services (excluding food) Sponsored by the Honors College.

9:30 - 10:30 a.m. Tour of the Ulrey Performing Arts Center or those interested in major or minoring in theatre at HU.

10 a.m. | President’s Council meeting, Founders Room

Belles and Beaux concert, Benson Auditorium

Campus tour led by Admissions, Heritage Lobby

11 a.m. | Harding Chorus concert, Administration Auditorium

Pied Pipers, Heritage Auditorium

11 a.m.-2 p.m. | Women for Harding store, Student Center

11:30 a.m. | President’s Council brunch, Founders Room

12-2 p.m.  Spring Sing Flashback, Ganus Building. Grab some popcorn, and watch a 25-year-old classic-1993's Spring Sing. Can you still recognize old friends? Can you find your parents? What did your club perform?

12 - 3 p.m. "The Branding Project" & "SEVEN" Reception - A graphic design, interior design and marketing collaborative project and Eleanor Hamby's photography exhibit "SEVEN" will be on display , Stevens Art Gallery 1

1 p.m. | Easter egg hunt, Front Lawn. For ages 12 and under. Bring your baskets and cameras. This event provides thousands of eggs and fun for all ages.

1:40 p.m. Dedication of Bison Baseball Lights in memory of Tom Hull, Jerry Moore Field

2 p.m.  Bison Baseball vs. Southeastern Okla. (DH), Jerry Moore Field

2 p.m. |Spring Sing 2018: “Heroes & Villains” , Benson Auditorium, $15 and 18. Tickets available at the door and at www.hardingtickets.com.

7 p.m.|Spring Sing 2018: “Heroes & Villains”, Benson Auditorium, $18. Order now at www.hardingtickets.com

Most events are free unless designated with a price or by invitation. Order your tickets at www.hardingtickets.com or by calling 501-279-4255. When you arrive on campus, your pre-ordered tickets will be available at the ticket office in Benson Auditorium, or you may purchase your tickets at the door of the event. 

Worship Services 

Sunday, April 1

Airport Loop
1100 Airport Loop
Bible study 9:30 a.m., worship 10:30 a.m.

3000 East Park Ave.
Worship 9 a.m., Bible study 10:30 a.m.

Worship 8:15 a.m. – Benson Auditorium
Bible classes for all ages 
9:45 a.m. at the church building located at 712 E. Race.
Worship 10:45 a.m.

900 N. Main Street
Easter service, Saturday, 11:30 p.m., Family Life Center (Due to construction, please enter through the north door. Chuck Hicks and Good News Singers will be conducting the service.
Worship 8:00 a.m. & 10:45 a.m. (Family Life Center and Main Auditorium) Classes will meet 9:30 a.m.

95 Central Ave.
Bible study 9:30 a.m., worship 10:30 a.m.

Highway 67/167, Exit 51, Judsonia
Worship services – 8:15 and 10:30 a.m. Classes for all ages at 9:30 a.m.

Iglesia de Cristo (Spanish Speaking)
900 N. Main Street
Bible study 10 a.m., worship 11 a.m.

West Pleasure Street
1309 W. Pleasure
Bible study 10 a.m., worship 11 a.m.

West Side
709 W. Arch
Bible class at 8:15 a.m. (No children's classes); Worship at 9 a.m.; Bible classes at 10:30 a.m. for all ages.

Show Times

Spring Sing 2019 - The Greatest Show!

Show Times

Thursday, April 18, 7:00pm

Friday, April 19, 7:00pm

Saturday, April 20, 2:00pm and 7:00pm

Past Production Archives

The Department of Communication maintains a university archive of past Spring Sing performances. The Brackett Library maintains a digital collection of past Spring Sing programs. Spring Sing is presented each year by the Department of Theatre with assistance from the Department of Music.

Programs from Past Productions

Video Archives of Past Shows

Bison Days Housing Information

The Office of Admissions Services will only provide housing for students who are paid and registered guests of Bison Days IV.

Guests not staying in hotels should bring their own towels and washcloths, toiletries and sleeping bags. We advise leaving radios, MP3 players and expensive items at home because they cannot be locked up.

For more information about Bison Days/Spring Sing Weekend, contact the Office of Admissions Services at 800-477-4407. Youth ministers are encouraged to call for information about bringing their youth groups.

Please see the following list of local accommodations and note that any Little Rock hotels are less than one hour away. This listing is not intended to imply a recommendation or endorsement of any of these establishments.

Unregistered Bison Days guests (chaperones, parents, siblings, etc.) who would like to attend Spring Sing will need to purchase a ticket. Guests can purchase tickets any time online at www.hardingtickets.com. Saturday evening's show is sold out! Box office opens at 6:30 p.m., and the show starts at 7 p.m.

Additional Resources

Campus Map

Campus Calendar

Area Lodging

Contact Us

Spring Sing

For tickets: 501-279-4255

Office of Admissions

Bison Days info: 501-279-4407