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No Age to Headline Arts Crawl 2010

Penn State’s spring just got a bit louder and a lot more awesome.

Kickin’ rad noise rock duo No Age will be the headlining act at this year’s Arts Crawl, sponsored by SOMA. In an email, Devan Kochersperger, SOMA’s Arts Crawl Chair, shed some more light on the event.

The event (our biggest of the year, also organized with the Visual Arts Student Alliance) is April 9th 2010. It will take place in the Arts buildings on campus (Visual Arts, Patterson, Borland, etc.). The local/regional band lineup has not been finalized yet, but there should be around 12 other bands in addition to the headliner No Age […] This is one of the bigger bands SOMA has booked. Local bands will play staggered sets around the ‘crawl’ from 6 until 10PM, which is when doors to the headliner’s room will open. At 10:30 No Age will take the stage in 315 Visual Arts Building. There will also be student┬áminstrals who will improv music to guide visitors from building to building.

Although I’m curious as to what being a “student minstrel” entails, I’m more excited about No Age coming. SOMA seems to know what they’re doing when it comes to booking acts. Maybe they should have a say with the music selection for Movin’ On and UPUApaloozathonsaraswatifestfinale.

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