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Saturday, November 26, 2022

Concerts

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Noah Kahan’s folk-infused indie tunes sell out the Sylvee

The rain didn't keep a soul home on Friday, Nov. 4. Instead, fans swarmed the sold-out Sylvee to hear singer-songwriter Noah Kahan and his opener Adam Melchor. Madison was the 13th stop on Kahan's “Stick Season Tour,” which follows the mid-October release of his third and most popular album to date, "Stick Season."


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Coming soon to campus: Drugdealer and Sammy Rash

Wisconsin Union Directorate (WUD) Music is offering a variety of exciting concerts at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Union South this month. In the past, artists featured in this concert series included 100 Gecs and Fun. This is a great opportunity to find an artist to brag about seeing live “before they were big.” The shows are available for free to all Badgers hanging out at Union South on Nov. 11 and 18.


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Soccer Mommy picks up the Majestic, drives it home

On a weekend with no shortage of things to do in Madison, the scene outside the Majestic on Saturday was still bustling. Fans, a mixture of college-aged kids and adults, some clad in costume, some not, lined up outside the theater to see Soccer Mommy perform. 


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Joel Ross brings his good vibes to Memorial Union

Presented by the Wisconsin Union Directorate, Chicago-born vibraphonist Joel Ross and his quintet Good Vibes performed on Oct. 16 in Memorial Union's intimate Play Circle. The ensemble features tenor saxophonist Sergio Tabanico, bassist Kanoa Mendenhall, pianist Jeremy Corren, drummer Jeremy Dutton and, of course, vibraphonist Joel Ross himself.


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Alvvays and Slow Pulp grace the stage at Memorial Union

The fact that Slow Pulp and Alvvays’ concert occurred as planned is remarkable, considering the bands faced an accident on the way to Madison and a last-minute venue change because of the weather. The show was planned to take place on the Terrace, but was moved indoors to Shannon Hall. Understandably, the performance started an hour late, yet the bands were still determined to deliver a top-notch performance despite the unfortunate circumstances around their first tour stop.



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