Thursday & Friday April 25 & 26, 2019 | WHS AmPie VII - NEW 2 nights, 2 totally different set lists, 17-ish songs per nightThis ROCK CONCERT takes anyone in attendance (students, families, and community members) on a journey through history via music. The concept was started 30+ years ago at Columbus North High School by Ed Niespodziani and was brought to WHS by teacher, Jen Hasler Troutman in the 2012-13 school year. Hasler Troutman, along with fellow WHS teachers and co-sponsors Mark Ewing and Joel Bruns, have turned this performance into a must-see event every spring. American Pie relies heavily on the talents and investment of time from WHS student participants, the WHS Auditorium staff, and a professional, house band lead by WHS teacher Jeff McLaughlin. This show is proof that Westfield truly ROCKS.AmPie VII 2019 - A decade by decade look at teen idols and their contributions to American popular culture: Elvis, The Beatles, Tiffany...
public ticket sales night - Wed March 27th 7pm
2 nights is something new for us!
So, continuing ticket sales info: We have double the seats this year and some seats are still available now. At WHS - See Mr. Ewing (Room 1444 near Cafeteria) during all 4 lunches the week of 4/15 to buy tickets while supplies last. $10 each - cash or checks to WHS. Invite your friends and neighbors to come rock with us on Thurs 4/25 & Fri 4/26.*Photos courtesy of Beth Ellis and Dana Abraham.* Logos designed by Grace Wagner, Amelia Harden, Lillian Witkowski, Justin Mamaril, Ashley Lyons & Alicia Silhavy
Concert will celebrate the turbulent 60s Current in Westfield news article detailing the first ever American Pie concert at WHS.
Performer/Member Site 2016 This link takes selected performers to our guide site for information regarding each artist/musician selected and important historical context.Questions? Please contact:Jen Hasler Troutman (email@example.com)Mark Ewing (firstname.lastname@example.org)Joel Bruns (email@example.comJeff McLaughlin (firstname.lastname@example.org