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The Concerts committee is responsible for programming musical talent for the Street Dance, Band Day Battle of the Bands, the Live @ Lunch series, local talent, poetry and open mic nights.

For more information concerning concert programming, contact the Concerts Coordinator or the Campus Attractions staff at 231-7221.

Upcoming Events

Live @ Lunch Feature:  Marah in the Mainsail
January 14, 2015
Memorial Union Lower Level
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Springing from the musically fertile soil of Minneapolis, Marah In The Mainsail blazes a trail through the wilderness of folk music with their aggressive take on the genre. The band has been carving a name for themselves throughout the Midwest United States and beyond with their subtle nod to blues and punk music. Played with traditional bluegrass instruments and steeped in folk influence. Come join Marah In The Mainsail on January 14th for the start of the semester’s Live @ Lunches!

Live @ Lunch Feature:  Levi Stephens
February 4, 2015
Memorial Union Lower Level
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Discovering Levi Stephens' music is like enjoying a surprisingly great meal at the local cafe you've passed a thousand times before finally deciding to stop in. You thought you knew what you were getting into, but this is something more. It’s refreshing --a pleasant surprise that a new artist in an industry plagued by dying creativity chooses to follow in the tradition of those classic singer-songwriters that came before. His debut album, “This Way” goes far beyond the confines of R&B and seamlessly melds a variety of genres, from soul to rock to gospel to folk while always remaining honest, clever and conversational. Come join Levi on February 4th for Live @ Lunch!

Live @ Lunch Feature:  Jillian Rae
March 4, 2015
Memorial Union Lower Level
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Jillian Rae has been a heavy hitter in the Minnesota music scene for years, playing with as many musicians as humanly possible. In the past, she had been known to lend her fiddle chops in the Duluth-based band Two Many Banjos, and also spent some time fronting the local pop country staple, The Killer Hayseeds. Currently, when she isn't performing with her own band, you can still catch her playing fiddle and singing with a number of bands around town: Corpse Reviver (Early American Folk, Bluegrass), Steve Kaul & The Brass Kings (Folk Revisionist), Brian Just Band ('60's California Pop), and The Blackberry Brandy Boys (Cosmic Country), and the Fiddle Heirs (four fiddles and a bass). Come join Jillian Rae on March 4th for Live @ Lunch!

Live @ Lunch Feature:  Austin Moody
April 1, 2015
Memorial Union Lower Level
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Singer/songwriter Austin Moody grew up in Kingsport, Tennessee where he began singing in talent shows by the time he was old enough to climb on stage. A self-taught singer/songwriter, it was around the age of eight that Austin was taught to play banjo and guitar by Rick Hicks, a family friend and hometown influence that encouraged Austin to pursue his dreams.
Austin wrote his first song at 15. At 18, he followed the advice of some influential people in his life and packed up for Music City where he has worked with some of the city’s most respected and accomplished music veterans. He has surrounded himself with like-minded individuals that share his vision.
Austin loves making music and desires for people to hear that music. As an artist, he believes strongly that he has succeeded when people simply hear his music. Like most people, his dream is to be able to make a living and support his future family by doing what he loves. Austin writes from the heart and delivers authentic, relatable music. As a humble and appreciative man of faith, he believes that when the music is honest and real, it finds its way.

Live @ Lunch Feature:  The NDSU Songwriters Guild
May 6, 2015
Memorial Union Lower Level
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Join us in our LAST Live @ Lunch of the year with NDSU’s very own Songwriters Guild. The NDSU Songwriters Guild is a student organization dedicated to the study and promotion of the art of songwriting.


Kario Kelly- Concerts Coordinator

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Phone: +1 (701) 231-8242
Campus address: Memorial Union 124A
Physical/delivery address: 1401 Administration Ave., Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 5370 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050
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Last Updated: Monday, January 12, 2015 1:32:10 PM