Many would think receiving a lap dance by an artist is just a fantasy. For four UB students, this dream became a reality. Headliner Ashanti and opener Tinashe brought audience members on stage for a special performance during the Student Association’s Fall Fest Concert Series on Saturday night. Queen Naija also performed at the concert and closed out the three-concert series.
It’s been 10 years since David Archuleta hit the American Idol stage and caught an entire country’s attention with his rendition of John Lennon’s “Imagine.” He was a gifted teenager with a budding fanbase and the vocal chops to show for it.
Rap music is one of the dopest, most lyrical filibusters in D.C. and beyond. Hip-hop has proven itself to be the truest form of rhythmic American poetry, with its checks coming from impressive bars and its balances from ice-cold production.
The classic Broadway musical “Fiddler on the Roof” brought its production to Shea’s Performing Arts Center for six days of exploration into Jewish culture. The performance offered a sentimental look into family, tradition and overcoming obstacles.
James Hetfield noticed a 12-year-old fan in the front row on Saturday while discussing Metallica’s massive fanbase. “Everyone is allowed in the Metallica family at any time in their life: young, middle-aged and old,” Hetfield said. “They’re all here represented in the Metallica family.”
Many local tattoo artists and shops offer festive flash art deals year-round, but the Halloween season brings out these deals in full force.
Halloweekend is meant for more than dressing up.
A Johnny Marr show is an evening of the past, present and future of the guitarist-turned-singer-songwriter who continues to push on 40 years into an exceptional career.
It was nothing but smiles from Goo Goo Dolls’ founders Johnny Rzeznik and Robby Takac Friday night at their first of three sold-out shows at Shea’s Performing Arts Center.
The Burchfield Penney Art Center found itself overflowing with three days worth of music and entertainment. The center hosted the third-annual riverrun Global Film Series last week.
The Native American Community Services’ “All Our Relations” Project and the Outdoor Adventure Club hosted a screening of a new documentary, “The Eagle and the Condor: From Standing Rock with Love,” at the Student Union Theater on Monday.
Fans of the Halloween season wait year-round for the month of October to finally roll in. They sit around in anticipation to throw on their favorite festive classics. When “Hocus Pocus” and “Halloween” aren’t enough to satisfy your craving for spooky entertainment, here is what’s premiering during the month of October.
Matt and Kim brought sex dolls, balloons and unfiltered language to their high-energy performance Saturday night. The indie-electronic duo performed alongside American Authors for the second show of the Student Association’s Fall Fest Concert Series.