In honor of the much dreaded final exam week coming up, here is a meme that will hopefully make you smile! Good luck on your final exams & study hard! You can do it! :)
Since the holidays are right around the corner, check out this awesome Christmas song by Messenger Down called, “Come for Christmas, Stay Forever”!
Such a fun night celebrating our 5th Birthday with You, Me, and Everyone We Know, Jonas Sees In Color, and Messenger Down! Thank you to the bands for playing for us (you all rocked) and thank you to everyone who came out to enjoy the show! We hope you all had as much fun as we did!
Happy Birthday C&C! <3
Tomorrow night is the night! Come join Concerts&Causes in celebrating our 5th Birthday in style with live performances by You, Me, and Everyone We Know, Jonas Sees In Color, and Messenger Down! It is going to be a night that you don’t want to miss! 7 pm in the Sac Salons (Upstairs level of the Student Activity Center). See you there!
To get us into the spirit for our upcoming show, here is a song by Messenger Down called, “You’re a Magician, Not a Wizard”! Listen, enjoy, & get pumped for the show this Wednesday at 7 pm in the Sac Salons! It’s completely free so bring your friends & come out for what is going to be an amazing time!
Additional event info here:
JUST 4 MORE DAYS!
Check out You, Me, and Everyone We Know performing the song “Coming Up Short”.
Like what you hear? Come on out to our 5th Birthday Show this Wednesday night at 7 pm in the Sac Salons! More info on the event here:
Concerts&Causes is hosting an Open Mic Night TONIGHT at 7 pm in the Student Union Rotunda!
Since Thanksgiving is just around the corner and there are many people in need of food, we are also holding a canned food drive! All of the cans will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank. If you’d like more information on how to help on your own, visit http://www.secondharvestmetrolina.org/
It is going to be an awesome night so come out, listen, perform, and have your DB ready to head to outtakes to buy some cans to donate. :)
It is amazing what the power of music has on our lives.
Take a few minutes out of your day to watch this inspiring video of a young man who uses music to help him express himself during the final months of his life.
In the words of Zach Sobiech, “You don’t have to find out you are dying, to start living.”
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