The University of Colorado Program Council has partnered with the College of Media, Communications and Information (CMCI) Student Governing Board to provide two free shows for students at Club 156 in the University Memorial Center (UMC).
The first, on April 12, features DJ Herrin with Vonce and Pedze. Herrin is a tropical, house-music DJ, and Vonce and Pedze are both student DJs from CU Boulder. Visit the Facebook event page to learn more.
The second event takes place April 13 and features three bands that all formed at CU. The headliner is Burger Record's Panaderia; and The Corner Girls band members, who call themselves Pastel Punk and Xenon Superstar, will be performing solo sets. Visit the Facebook event page to learn more.
Program Council is a student-run organization that provides affordable, high quality, face-rocking, entertainment and professional event support for the Boulder campus community.
Club 156 is Program Council's very own venue located inside the The Connection bowling alley on the first floor of the UMC.
The CMCI Student Governing Board is the college’s elected student government, offering students leadership experiences and the chance to shape CMCI’s founding traditions.