Macklemore, Kap Slap & Timeflies at SCU – 9/22/11

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750 students, most sporting Mariners apparel of some sort, made their way to this year’s fall concert sponsored the Santa Clara University Activities Programming Board featuring the Seattle hip hop artist, Macklemore. This was the first year the fall concert was held in the Locatelli Student Activities Center and the smaller venue definitely made for a more intimate show. Timeflies opened the show with an engaging set for the few students who showed up early enough seemingly making it his goal to high five everyone squished into the front fow. A quick 20 minute set change later, Kap Slap hit the stage as the crowd began to grow in anticipation of the headlining act. Kap Slap got the crowd going with some of his popular mash ups and they were ready to rock when Macklemore hit the stage. Santa Clara is a popular school for students from Seattle and they felt right at home during Macklemore’s in-your-face, fast paced set. Continue reading

Diplo – 5/18/11

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It is common for Santa Clara University students to party hard on Wednesday nights despite having class the next day, however, very rarely is the largest party held on campus. Diplo was on campus on May 18, 2011 and students packed the Locatelli Student Activities Center to get up close and personal with the famed DJ. Continue reading

Shwayze & Cisco Adler – 5/24/10

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Shwayze and Cisco Adler made a special trip to Santa Clara University on Monday, May 24, for the annual spring concert. They played for about forty five minutes, but were all over the stage. This made them hard to shoot, but fun to watch. The hip-hop/rock & roll duo had fans singing along to hits like Corona and Lime and going totally crazy. Continue reading

Iration – 5/24/10

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Iration was the opening act for Shwayze at the Santa Clara University spring concert, but they played like headliners. These Hawaii natives know how to get a crowd going. They started their set with only a couple hundred people in the crowd, but by the end of the hour long set they had a full crowd dancing and singing along to their reggae/rock & roll jams.
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