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Spring Concert 2019

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UMass Spring concert 2019 poster

As I’ve mentioned before, UMass does a really good job at picking who to come perform. This year’s annual Spring Concert will feature Lil Baby, Loud Luxury, and Eric Bellinger.

Tickets are free for UMass students, and it’s a great way to do something new with friends on campus. The concerts are always popular, and it’s always nice to see your community all together having fun. Even if you don’t know the performers, it’s still something new to do!

Spring Concerts, and most of the campus-wide events that include visits by ~famous people~ are run by the University Programming Council (UPC). Being one of the largest student-run organizations at UMass, UPC gives back to our campus by hosting weekly events. Their biggest event every year is the Spring Concert.

If you’d like to get involved in bettering UMass campus through fun events loved by everyone, join UPC when you come to UMass! It’s a great way to meet a ton of new people (being that it’s such a large group), and you get to take part of the fun events that go on around campus!


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