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DJ Dosk Fills THON 2022 With Late-Night Energy

After the excitement of Friday night’s musical performances, THON regular DJ Dosk hit the Bryce Jordan Center stage to amp up the crowd’s energy as we move further into the night.

Dosk opened his set with a fast-paced remix of popular TikTok sounds along with some other hit music from the last few decades. He made sure to make good use of THON’s extensive lighting to get the crowd’s attention and bring the energy up for his remix of Daft Punk’s “One More Time.”

Keeping the crowd engaged with a call-and-response game set to Missy Elliot’s “Lose Control.” At this point, the BJC was bouncing in sync as the remix faded into Kesha’s “TiK ToK.”

Moving into a more modern section of his set, Dosk encouraged the crowd to exercise its vocal cords and sing along to his remix of Harry Styles’ “Watermelon Sugar,” which made the BJC feel just like a summer beach.

Very fittingly, Dosk moved right into his remix of Robyn’s “Don’t Stop The Music” as the crowd was asking for him to, well… not stop the music.

In a sudden change of pace, the EDM beats cut to leave the lone tune of “Breaking Free” from High School Musical. Knowing his crowd, Dosk let the beat build while allowing the harmonious voices of the crowd at THON to carry the melody until the beat dropped.

Next, another throwback in “Me, Myself, and I” by Bebe Rexha and G-Easy, which transitioned into “You Belong With Me” by Taylor Swift, which was certainly a crowd-favorite, as evident by the Swifties in the crowd singing along.

Dosk picked up on the crowd’s “singing mood,” and made a transition into “Wonderwall,” at first allowing the crowd to carry the tune on their own, before swiftly transitioning and an epic remix. Oh, and there was a dancing bear on stage, so that was certainly a good way to bring up the mood.

The fun wasn’t over for the Swifties, and Dosk next moved to a remix of “Love Story,” by Taylor Swift, encouraging the crowd to get loud and sing along… which they did.

Dosk then moved to a “Zombie Nation,” and “Day ‘N’ Nite” mashup, a fitting remix that prompted the loudest singing of the crowd so far, with “We Are” chants echoing through the BJC.

After a remix of “Since You’ve Been Gone,” DJ Dosk prompted the crowd with some more “We Are” chants before wrapping up with “Good 4 U” by Olivia Rodrigo, an energetic and exciting way to wrap up the electric set.

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