Harvard student singing groups The Harvard Krokodiloes, The Radcliffe Pitches and the Din and Tonics are coming to Bermuda to host their fourth Habitat for Humanity fundraising event.

They will entertain guests at the free musical concert taking place at the Anglican Cathedral on Thursday, March 18. The event runs from 12pm to 1pm.

While the concert is free, guests are encouraged to donate money which will go towards the Habitat for Humanity Bermuda cause. The charity aims to address the need of affordable housing in Bermuda by partnering with Bermuda businesses and families in need.

The Krokodiloes is Harvard University's oldest and most widely travelled a capella group who perform popular music from the 1920's, 30's, 40's, 50's and 60's.

The Radcliffe Pitches are the university's premier female a capella singing ensemble who sing tunes inspired by such artists as Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra. The Harvard Din & Tonics are one of the world's most loved collegiate a capella groups. They sing American jazz from the 1920's to 40's in their white tie, tails and trademark lime green socks.

One hundred per cent of the proceeds go towards the charity.