This can be seen as a closing ceremony of Reunions; however, the Reunions parties do not officially end until 2 a.m.that night, and low-key brunches are often held Sunday morning, at which point Reunions Weekend fades into Commencement Weekend.Known simply as "Reunions", this event brings back to campus upwards of 25,000 alumni and guests for a four-day celebration featuring large outdoor tents, elaborate costumes, sporting events, alumni and faculty presentations, fireworks, and bands from rock to swing.places the advent of Princeton reunions shortly after the end of the Civil War.
An outdoor orchestra concert and an elaborate evening fireworks display set to music, first held to celebrate the university's 250th anniversary in 1996, but repeated every year since by popular demand, is held the Saturday evening of Reunions.
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Unofficially, after the tents close, the party moves to the eating clubs on Prospect Avenue and will go until sunrise, especially Saturday night.
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