CAVE CITY, Ky. (FOX 56) – For over 40 years, Mammoth Cave National Park has hosted a different kind of choir.
On Monday, the park said over 700 people joined its 43rd annual Cave Sing. The event included a performance by the Lindsey Wilson College Singers, who returned for their fifth Cave Sing.
Mammoth Cave Cave Sing finds its roots back in the winter of 1883 when a party of residents planned a Christmas celebration including singing and a 10-foot pine tree.
The modern cave sing began in 1980 and according to the National Park Service, has become a cherished tradition.