Remember how a few weeks ago we were like, “OMG Gang Gang Dance and Madlib are coming to the field between Rodin and Hillel at 9 and playing for free for PennCard holders?” Well that night is tonight! SPEC Jazz and Grooves has also just announced the set times:
- 9:00- DJ Bruce
- 9:45- Madlib
- 11:00 Gang Gang Dance
But wait! SPEC will be selling $3 tickets to its next show, WQHS will make an appearance, Hillel will be holding their pancake breakfast, Red Bull Girls will be handing out Red Bulls (…?), and the Interactive Media Group will be hosting a MeepMe event (…!). Additionally, Amy will be doing headstands and Ashley Hebert will be giving free dental check-ups and handing out roses. (Totally joking about those last two things but could you imagine?)
As usual, Music gives you the lowdown on what’s going on with these dudes performing tomorrow night. Arts takes you deep inside the depths of bathroom stall art. Let’s face it — we’ll all end up face first in a bathroom at some point this weekend.
Don’t forget to take out the Guide to Fling! (You can also find online on your phone at 34st.com/fling.) It may come in handy when you’re stumbling around trying to find your crush’s band on a random stage at 1:53 p.m. on Saturday.
Missed lining up in the rain last week? Want to get that much closer to Ratatat, Flo Rida or Rebecca Black? SPEC’s dropping 100 more Fling floor passes on Wednesday. Same place (in front of Skulls), same time (11 a.m.), same price ($40).
Additionally, if you were pissed about the new seating thing and accidentally bought the wrong section, you can exchange your tickets for different ones on
Saturday, April 2nd from 12-2 p.m. on the second floor of Houston Hall this google doc. Because really, who would be caught sitting with those guys, right?
What do Pancho Villa and Fling 2011 have in common? Besides hanging out with a bunch of eñes, both are positively revolutionary. While Pancho Villa led Mexicans to war for land reforms in the early 20th century, “Viva La Fliñg” has made some changes of its own. We’ve summed up the most important ones from a SPEC email here:
3. New guests/age policy: If your guest is over 18, you’re fine for the concert. If your guest is under 18 (i.e. younger sibling or the like), you need either a Quad guest pass ($20, gets you into the Quad and concert) or a concert guest pass ($5, if they only come to the concert). Everyone needs to show ID to get into the concert.
Read the full email after the jump!
Yay! Now we can start pressuring him to throw some Penn remixes out there. “Paris, Tokyo?” Holler at Philly! “Dumb It Down?” More like, “We’re All Smart,” amirightfolks. “I Don’t Wanna Care Right Now” is definitely his anthem to midterms, but someone please tell this guy his “Gold Watch” are sooo 2007. Trendy white watches are so fetch.
It’s officially less than a month until we can all kick, push, or coast to “The Show Goes On (at Franklin Field),” so we’ll work on some better puns for then.
If you missed the Penn Band performing “Club Can’t Handle Me” all down Locust Walk, check out this video of Penn Cheerleaders and their routine to celebrate this second Fling artist.
Update: We now have the video of the Penn Band available after the jump! Glee club should be coming soon.