Tickets will be available online for the first time, but only the first 800 sold in person will be rain secure.
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Music can be used as a force to capture the often silent feelings within a marginalized culture.
Snippets and clips from the Summer Breeze Carnival.
Last Saturday, the Major Activities Board sponsored the Summer Breeze carnival and concert series. The concert series featured performances by T-Pain, Madeon, and Azealia Banks. At the carnival before the show, students participated in an “RA Dunk Tank” game, jumped on bouncy castles,and watched performances by a hypnotist and several UChicago dance troupes.
A total of $185,000 was spent on the event.
Moving Summer Breeze ticket sales online would cost MAB about $1,300—but it doesn’t need to be that way.
Tickets will be sold on Monday from 11:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mandel Hall and Cobb Hall.
A minute-by-minute breakdown of what you probably didn’t do last weekend.
Jeremih out due to scheduling conflicts.
MAB should be commended for recent success, but now must confront the challenges that come with it.
Summer Breeze scalping rogue Cunningham: “What I was basically trying to do was to add as much entropy to the market as I could.”
Some silliness to keep you entertained over the next eight weeks (maybe).
While UChicago wasn’t included on The Princeton Review’s list of top 20 party schools this year, there are still several traditions that spice up the life of the mind.
Chicago-based indie band Smith Westerns will be playing Summer Breeze on Saturday, as AraabMUZIK’s recovery after being shot precludes him… Read more »
Due to Programming Coordinating Council (PCC) funding cuts, this year’s Summer Breeze festival will no longer feature the beer garden… Read more »
Major Activities Board’s choice to bring Nelly to campus for Summer Breeze inconsistent with concert’s forward-thinking past.
Nelly, AraabMUZIK, and Lunice will be performing at this year’s Summer Breeze, according to fourth-year Lyndsey McKenna, chairperson of the… Read more »
Though members of the Major Activities Board (MAB) have not yet released the lineup of artists playing Summer Breeze this… Read more »
Board members voted unanimously to cut the comedy show and save the funds for Summer Breeze.
The Major Activities Board, which plans Summer Breeze and other major cultural events, has recovered from its deficit from last year.
Scenes from this year’s Summer Breeze concert.
A review of this year’s Summer Breeze concert.
Independent bands get to play their songs at WHPK’s Summer Breeze soundstage.
What to wear at Summer Breeze this weekend. (Anything you want, really…)
This year’s show will feature a mix of hip-hop, indie, and electronica, in contrast to last year’s dance music.
Diverse lineup showcases hip-hop big name and acclaimed indie bands.
After admirable effort, MAB can make small changes to ensure greater Summer Breeze success.
Summer Breeze carnival and concert were relocated to Reynolds Club on Saturday due to rain and cold.
Despite move indoors, Summer Breeze salvaged a wintry weekend
MAB announces the Summer Breeze line-up. Crystal Castles will be joined by Wale, The Walkmen, and Milkman on perform May 14
The eclectic mix of musicians will play at the annual spring festival.
Blood can still boil when it’s 10 degrees below
It’s time to give MAB props for putting together a great Summer Breeze
The website, ubazaar.uchicago.edu, allows students to purchase tickets by credit card and pick up them up at will call the day of the event.
Nas, Damian Marley, and the Dirty Projectors are set to perform at the May 15 concert, which will this year feature a DJ and a Fire Escape film.
Answer the Tuesday Question and win tickets to see Nas, Damian Marley, and the Dirty Projectors play Hutch!
He’ll round out the May 15 show, which features the Dirty Projectors and Damian Marley.
The poll, run by PollDaddy.com, received over 6,000 responses by Thursday night; Summer Breeze garners an annual attendance of around 2,000 each year.
Students voted down a proposed cutback to Summer Breeze funding this week in an online survey conducted by the Major Activities Board (MAB). The cutbacks would have been used to fund a larger winter comedy show.
MAB should learn from its mistakes and book a big-name Summer Breeze.
A review and slideshow from this weekend’s Summer Breeze performances.
MAB’s Summer Breeze roster sounds like a nice lineup for a 10:30 show at the Metro, but lacks the broad appeal necessary for the College’s signature entertainment event of the year.