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Author Name: OCL Editor  

Published On Apr 3rd, 2020

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COVID-19 has made 2020 the worst. To keep you in touch with your favorite artists, we've compiled a list of acts who will be live streaming music or playing games with their fans daily. Beneath that, we'll share one-off events/performances from your favorite artists as they become available. Keep your heads up, and let's get ready for a killer fall!           THURSDAY, ....

Super Mega Ultra Giant Mad Decent Block Party Festival Cancelled

Author Name: Sam Helm | OCL Editor  

Published On Jul 10th, 2019

In a world of break or bust festivals, throw Diplo's "Mad Decent" onto the the dumpster Fyre.

While a far cry from the catastrophe that was Fyre Festival, Diplo's Super Mega Ultra Giant Mad Decent Block Party Festival, concert goers in the Boston area are livid over the demise of what was expected to be a one of a king music event. 

OUAB presents Big Spring Concert with Cheat Codes and Jay Rock

Author Name: Chase Anthony Ray | The Lantern  

Published On Apr 1st, 2019

For its annual Big Spring Concert, the Ohio Union Activities Board announced that electronic-music DJ trio Cheat Codes and Grammy-award winning hip-hop artist Jay Rock will be headlining the concert at Coffey Road Park on April 12.

OUAB is Ohio State’s student-run programming organization that provides a diverse array of educational, entertaining and thought-provoking events for the students and faculty.

Officially titled ....

UNI President creates confusion, controversy around Waka Flocka Flame Concert

Author Name: OCL Editor |  

Published On Feb 19th, 2019

UNI President claims a credible threat about rival gangs attending Waka Flocka Concert, police department refutes

In a head spinning series of events, University of Northern Iowa students are seeking answers to alleged gang activity that closed a Waka Flocka Flame concert to the general public.

According to UNI President, Mark Nook, a January 28 meeting between university administrators and members Waterloo ....

Gainesville Sun: 21 Savage arrest leaves UF concert in limbo

Author Name: Kevin Brockway | Gainesville Sun  

Published On Feb 6th, 2019

The Duke Chronicle: Icona Pop to headline P-Checks concert

Author Name: Bre Bradham | Duke Chronicle  

Published On Feb 5th, 2019

Icona Pop is coming to Krzyzewskiville. 

The Swedish electropop duo was announced as the headliner for the annual P-Checks concert Monday morning through a reveal video by Duke University Union. MC4D, a Small Town Records artist, will open for the pair of Caroline Hjelt and Aino Jawo. 

"In the past, we’ve had Vic Mensa, Wale and Blackbear for KVille so we see ....

ASU State Press: Galantis to play Devilpalooza 2019

Author Name: Jessica Myers | The State Press  

Published On Feb 5th, 2019

The electro-pop duo are headlining PAB's annual student concert

Devilpalooza 2019 is just around the corner, and ASU's PAB has announced that EDM pop duo Galantis is going to be ....

NYT Opinion: I was kicked off stage by college students. Did I deserve it?

Author Name: Nimesh Patel | NY Times  

Published On Dec 8th, 2018

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I’ve experienced a lot of strange things while performing comedy: Rosario Dawson made fun of me while I was bombing ....

College Football Playoff concerts to be headlined by Ellie Goulding, Leon Bridges

Author Name: OCL Editor |  

Published On Nov 15th, 2018

It's that time of year again. The AT&T Playoff Playlist Live!, a three-day concert series that occurs in conjunction with the college football playoff, has announced the performers for the Jan. 4-6 events.

Taking place at the Discovery Meadow in downtown San Jose, the free shows will include performances from Ellie Goulding, Leon Bridges, OneRepublic, Logic, and Alessia Cara among others. ....

Virginia Commonwealth University's RamFest 2018 headlined by first female artist, outsells prior year's concert

Author Name: OCL Editor |  

Published On Nov 15th, 2018

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Richmond Coliseum was home to Virginia Commonwealth University's (VCU) 13th Annual RamFest concert - the capstone event of homecoming activities - which featured Young Crazy, Isaiah Johnson, A-Game, Saweetie, and headliner Ella Mai.

A product of VCU's Activities Programming Board (APB), the event was a combination of styles and energies, captivating the crowd. Isaiah Johnson kicked off the show, followed by A-Game ....