Each year, Winona State’s UPAC hosts a spring concert to bring awesome artists, students and community members together on campus for a night filled with music. This year, we are excited to welcome SoMo and Dev to perform this Saturday, March 19 at 7pm. Tickets are still on sale at the UPAC office in the lower hyphen of Kryzsko Commons for $15 each with your student ID ($25 without), so be sure to get yours before they’re gone! Here’s 10 reasons why everyone should go to the concert:
SoMo is definitely easy on the eyes. So, getting to watch him sing for a few hours will be a treat.
We all remember Dev as a huge hit from our pre-college years so it’ll be a fun throwback opener!
As college students, we’re always ballin on a budget, so why not take advantage of this opportunity to attend an awesome concert at a low price?
The concert takes place right in the IWC on campus so, for most of us, the transportation is easy – just walk!
Don’t forget all the awesome photo opportunities. Bring on the snapchats!
Even if you don’t regularly listen to SoMo, you’ll hear familiar tunes as he sings a lot of cover songs!
Dev rocks the pop genre while SoMo has a country-influenced R&B genre, so no matter what you’re into there’s bound to be something you can groove to!
SoMo is becoming increasingly popular, so snatch this chance to get to see him in a smaller venue!
Realistically, if you’re standing in just the right spot, you may have a solid chance of getting to touch the artists.
You’ll get to see how the gym we’re all used to will transform into a sweet concert venue with a stage, lights, bleachers and all.
So don’t miss out on this great time and come and enjoy a night filled with good vibes and great people!
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