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Five Concerts We’re Attending

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Fall semester is coming to an end, which means more time for concerts!

Sacramento is full of many local venues that bring big name and local bands! Here are 5 concerts we will be attending and think you should attend as well.

Watsky

Hailing from San Francisco, George Watsky is a rapper and poet and has been featured on the Ellen Show and many more. This poetic rapper spits rhymes about Hugging a Hater and building Cardboard Castles.

Catch Watsky at the University Union on Thursday December 5th at 7:30 P.M.

Tickets are $10 for Sac State Students and $15 for general and can be purchased here or the ASI Student Shop.

 

Backstreet Boys

Yes, we said the Backstreet Boys. The 90s boy band will be playing at the Ace of Spades in Sacramento along with The Fray on December 4th. This show is unfortunately sold out within 4 hours but the radio station Now 100.5 are giving away tickets. More information regarding the contest can be found here.

Catch the Backstreet Boys at the Ace of Spades on Wednesday December 4th at 6:30 P.M.

 

The Mowgli’s

I’ve lost my head in San Franciscoooo! Catch this song live when the 8 piece retro-folk band comes into town! They will be playing the Ace of Spades on December 6th at 6:30P.M along with Hunter Hunted.

Tickets are $13.00 and can be purchased here or at Dimple Records, Armadillo in Davis, or by phone at 916.443.9202.

 

Merchants

This fresh local band will be playing the new acquired venue the Assembly. Merchants puts on a great, lively and fun show for those that are into the Post-Hardcore genre. The band will accompanied by Before You Fall, Maid of Mist, Outsiders and many more locals.

Merchants’ show is on January 17th at the Assembly at 6:30 P.M. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased here.

 

St. Lucia

Originally from St. Lucia, Jean-Philip Grobler, aka St. Lucia began music at a young age. He spent years studying music and ended up in New York City where he created music under the name St. Lucia. His sound consists of a electronic pop, and “dreamy, shimmery synths.”

St. Lucia will be playing at the Assembly on February 7th at 7:00 P.M. Tickets are $13 and can be purchased here. 

 

For more information on the show and venues visit their official site.

www.sacstateunique.com

www.AceofSpadesSac.com

www.AssemblySacramento.com

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