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TUCPalooza premieres this October

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In a city as unique and lively as New Orleans, it’s only fitting that our school has Tulane University Campus Programming. TUCP, for short, is a multicultural club that cultivates entertainment on campus. 

This month, TUCP Recreation is excited to present TUCPalooza. They will host live performances on Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. in Pocket Park outside of the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life. Free snacks will also be provided. 

The musical lineup includes BAG, Caly Pearse, Low Hanging Fruit, Noise Ordinance, Tu Tones, Reggie Wallace and a special performance by Tulane alum Sari Jordan.

 

For the last two years, TUCP has put on student showcases in Pocket Park, and they continue to improve in quality. This past summer, TUCP Recreation Chair Kristin Kalmus attended Lollapalooza in Chicago, which sparked the idea to recreate such an unforgettable experience right here at Tulane. Kalmus is dedicated to incorporating different types of performances, including rock, rap and even acapella. 

“I also wanted to bring in a local artist as our headliner for TUCPalooza, and I’m super excited for us to have Sari Jordan, a Tulane alum, as our special guest for this event!” Kalmus said. 

The upcoming event provides an opportunity for student bands and musicians to play in front of their friends without having to sort out the logistics of a venue. Vice President of Marketing Sam Knee said, “With an event like TUCPalooza, we hope to give these student bands and musicians the opportunity to perform in front of a crowd.” TUCPalooza also gives these artists a place to promote their social media pages and introduce new listeners to their music. 

Join TUCP in Pocket Park outside the LBC on Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. for a free, low-pressure, student-run music festival which, per comedy Chair Alex Bianchi, is bound to “be an unforgettable evening packed with free food, live music, and amazing vibes.”

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