The AllNighters

Johns Hopkins University's Premier All-Male A Cappella Group

Johns Hopkins' award-winning and best-smelling a cappella group.


Known for their dashing good looks, neatly-pressed vests, and ability to make crowds of women weak in the knees, the AllNighters have been crooning across the Mid-Atlantic since their inception in 1992. The AllNighters have made five appearances in the International Collegiate Championship of A Cappella (ICCA) Semifinals, and an appearance in the Finals round in New York City. A total of 143 women were hospitalized between these performances. In addition, the AllNighters have been voted the “Best Smelling” group for 12 years in a row.

In December 2015, the AllNighters released their first EP, "Night Shift" with Liquid 5th Productions. Single "Miracle" was rated 5/5 by Recorded A Cappella Review Board (RARB), and 5th track "Break Free" received a Contemporary A Cappella Recording Award (CARA) nomination in the "Best Male Collegiate Arrangement Category. Beyond competitions and awards, the AllNighters take the greatest pride in the energy and excitement they bring to stage. The AllNighters will be releasing their first full-length album, SPACEWALK, in winter of 2020.