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Quinn XCII, Louis The Child To Perform At THON 2021

THON officially announced Friday afternoon that Quinn XCII and Louis The Child will be guest performers at its 2021 dance marathon.

Quinn XCII is an American singer/songwriter from Detroit, likely best known for songs like “Straightjacket” and “Flare Guns.” Although the artist attended Michigan State, THON is certainly a good enough cause to justify performing at a Big Ten rivals’ event.

Louis The Child is a DJ production duo from the Chicago area composed of Frederic Kennett and Robby Hauldren. The act is best known for songs like “Better Not”, “It’s Strange,” and “Weekend.”

While THON typically doesn’t announce guest performers ahead of time, all bets are off this year due to the dance marathon’s virtual format. Dancers going to sleep between midnight and 6 a.m. is among the most notable changes to the event’s format.

Last year, Daya and Cash Cash rocked the Bryce Jordan Center as THON 2020’s surprise acts. While Quinn XCII and Louis The Child will only perform via livestream this year, the artists will surely put on electrifying performances as well.

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