Once again, WUSC is hosting our annual, all-ages spring festival, this year dubbed The WUSC Jubilee. Every Spring, WUSC hosts a festival to kick off exam season (if you are a student) or just celebrate spring, good music, and good company. This event means a lot to those of us involved in the WUSC community. It symbolizes another year of accomplishments, another year older (and hopefully wiser) and another chance to hear all of our favorite local bands right before we delve back into our studies to ace those finals. Traditionally our spring festival has kicked butt, and this year will no doubt be the same. Our venue is yet again, the fantastic El Burrito. Their Saturday special is $1 tacos and $2 Coronas, and if that won’t get you out to enjoy the show, then nothing will.
Our band line up is mostly local and consists of Watson Village, DYEL, Masonjar Menagerie, Black Iron Gathering, She Returns From War, Southern Femisphere, Ivadell, SHEHEHE, and Wasted Wine. To find more information about the bands in the line up, check out our Facebook event, where we will be revealing more information about each act as we approach the festival date.
Entry is $8, and raffle tickets are $3. We will be giving away great raffle prizes, like t-shirts, USB car chargers, stickers, posters, and more. We will also be awarding our DJ members with their superlatives for the year, which is bound to be a good time. The music starts at noon on Saturday April 18th, and will go straight until 10pm. You won’t want to miss this extravaganza, so mark your calendars for the 18th and gear up for a great day in the sun (with tacos).