OzFest to underline dusk concert, daytime fun May 5
April 27, 2017 - Jonas Brothers
SUNY Oswego’s third annual OzFest will underline an dusk unison headlined by DNCE and a day full of games, food and fun on Friday, May 5.
DNCE, a cocktail rope featuring Joe Jonas of a Jonas Brothers, is maybe best famous for their top-10 singular “Cake by a Ocean.” The unison also will underline rapper A-Boogie, whose entrance EP “TBA” appearance during No. 63 on a Billboard Top 200 draft and warranted a mark on Rolling Stone’s 40 Best Rap Albums of 2016.
Also featuring Jack Lawless, JinJoo Lee and Cole Whittle, DNCE expelled a self-titled entrance manuscript on Republic Records in 2016, reaching No. 17 in Billboard’s Top 200 chart. Entertainment Weekly pronounced a foursome’s 2105 extended play “Swaay” “splits a disproportion between (Joe’s) former band’s sharp energy cocktail and a electro-kissed cocktail stylings of his solo album.” Earlier this month, a multi-platinum organisation teamed adult with Nicki Minaj to recover a new single, “Kissing Strangers.”
DNCE warranted Best New Artist during a 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, in further to other ubiquitous awards and nominations during all from a Teen Choice Awards (where “Cake by a Ocean” was named tip celebration song) to MTV Video Music Awards Japan (where they also warranted Best New Artist). TV appearances have enclosed behaving as Johnny Casino and a Gamblers on Fox TV’s 2016 “Grease: Live” special.
A-Boogie, named to a Forbes list of up-and-coming rappers, is a Bronx local sealed to Atlantic Records and Highbridge.
DJ Tumbo, a renouned New York City-based hostess and 2012 SUNY Oswego alumnus, will keep a beats moving, while Michael Wade 24K will offer as a concert’s host.
The OzFest uncover is slated to start during 8 p.m., with doors opening during 7 p.m. Tickets for a unison cost $20 for a ubiquitous open and $15 for students (first sheet only), and are accessible at tickets.oswego.edu. Tickets on a day of eventuality will cost $25.
OzFest also offers a daylong festival of activities, giveaway for SUNY Oswego students, expertise and staff.
From 1:30 to 5:30 p.m., a South Lawn subsequent to Marano Campus Center will be filled with fair rides and games, including a bungee run, foot stay barrier course, stuff-a-buddy, print booth, stone climbing, atmosphere brush tattoos and more.
At a same time, a live DJ will play and a African Student Organization Dance Team will perform.
The event’s menu will underline fair food in a Marano Campus Center food justice from 1 to 4 p.m. and an outside cooking from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
After a concert, a giveaway breakfast will be served to students during 11 p.m. in Cooper Dining Hall.
The Student Association, Auxiliary Services, Campus Life, SAPB and Division of Student Affairs teamed adult to yield a day of activities to hang adult a open semester.