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MitiS and Dylan Matthew to headline second SA Concert Series small show

SA will host “Electrofest” on April 23, Spring Fest on April 30

Students packed the Center for the Arts for Spring Fest 2019.
Students packed the Center for the Arts for Spring Fest 2019.

The Student Association has released the dates of “Electrofest” and Spring Fest, the next two shows in its spring concert series. 

In an April 11 Instagram post, SA announced that “Electrofest” will take place on April 23, while Spring Fest will take place on April 30. “Electrofest” will feature headliners Mitis and Dylan Matthew and will take place at Baird Point and start at 6:30 p.m.; tickets are available through the ticket office. Spring Fest will be held in the Governor’s parking lot, however the lineup has yet to be announced.

Joe Torre, who is colloquially known as Mitis, is a dubstep, dance and electronic artist. Hailing from Pennsylvania, Mitis began his career in music as a child trained in classical piano. Now, the artist has over 500,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, with his top song, “Moments,” streamed over 14 million times on the platform.

Dylan Matthew is an indie dance pop artist who found his fame through YouTube after beginning his music career as an 18 year old. At 25, Matthew now has over 4.8 million monthly listeners on Spotify and has performed at events including Coachella.

Matthew has had three tracks featured on the Billboard Dance Top 50, including his acoustic version of “Love is Gone,” which became a viral hit. “Love is Gone” was made in collaboration with electronic act SLANDER.

The song, which has over 221 million streams on Spotify, has since been awarded a gold record by RIAA. 

Kara Anderson is a senior arts editor and can be reached at 



Kara Anderson is a senior arts editor at The Spectrum. She is an English and Spanish double major and is pursuing a certificate in creative writing. She enjoys baking chocolate chip cookies, procrastinating with solitaire and binging reality TV on the weekends.  



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