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BRIAN WINDSCHITL


This year’s Spring Fest lineup leaked on Ticketmaster early Monday as Mac Miller, The Chainsmokers (pictured) and Coleman Hell. The Student Association confirmed these artists and a fourth, Icona Pop, will be performing at Spring Fest on April 23, with The Chainsmokers headlining.
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UB Spring Fest lineup of The Chainsmokers, Mac Miller, Coleman Hell and Icona Pop confirmed after Ticketmaster leak

EDM duo The Chainsmokers will headline this year's upcoming Spring Fest. Pittsburgh-based rapper Mac Miller, indie pop artist Coleman Hell and a yet-to-be named artist will also perform for Spring Fest, which will be held at Alumni Arena on Saturday, April 23. After The Spectrum reported Ticketmaster had leaked the artists on its website Monday afternoon, Student Association entertainment director Terese Regan confirmed all three artists. Regan could not reveal the unnamed fourth artist. 


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Buffalo, as always, has an eclectic and interesting set of artists coming to town this week. From venerable ’90s hip-hip legends to The Boss, himself, Buffalo has something for everyone.


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Meric Long (Left) and Logan Kroeber (right) performed at Buffalo’s Mohawk Place on Thursday. The folk-rock duo, who make up The Dodos, returned to Buffalo on the front-end of their tour for their 6th studio album Individ, which was released Jan. 23.

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Lower Dens lead singer Jana Hunter performs at Mohawk Place Thursday. Lower Dens, an indie rock-pop band from Baltimore, gave an inspired performance at Mohawk Place. The show was nostalgic, reminiscent of ’80s pop performances.

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The Waiting Room

The McLovins played in Buffalo on Saturday night on the second floor of the Waiting Room. The rock band showed off their softer side with a night full of soul and funk songs - with keyboard, drum and guitar solos abound.

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Seasons

Hannah Perno, a senior environmental science major, was commissioned to create the vibrant blackboard menu in the new Center for the Arts café, Seasons. The organic café and juice bar is part of UB Campus Dining and Shops and UB Sustainability’s initial plan for a greener campus.

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Alex Schwartz, the founder and president of the Student Association Piano Club, shows off his skills on the Flag Room piano, donated to the Student Union over 20 years ago by the Music Department.

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CFA Mural

Natalie Miller, a senior fine arts major, poses by her near-completed final project for Thematic Drawing. Her mural on the CFA wall depicts two faces, one blue and one red, in an exploration of self-identity and the multiple sides of an individual’s inner reality.

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CFA Mural

Paula Zych, a junior fine arts major and Buffalo native, wanted to bring a piece of tropical happiness Buffalo - her own mini-rebellion against Buffalo’s oppressive winter weather.

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CFA Murals

Michael Perlman, a sophomore fine arts and communication major, said students will often stop and give him support with his work, drawn to the intricate and spiraling designs - he said he wanted his mural to be “as crazy as possible."

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CFA Mural

Senior fine arts student Cassara Martin’s giant, super goose shoots burning lasers in her mural, her humorous conceptualization of UB’s annual goose invasion.

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