Published: March 21, 2019 By

Program Council is proud to announce Still Woozy will headline the 2019 Spring Concert with direct support from Yeek. Can you think of a better way to enjoy one last hurrah before finals? Check out their music, as well as similar artists.

The show will take place in the beautiful Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre on April 28. Tickets start at $15 for students, and $25 for the public—and they’re selling quickly. Purchase your tickets here. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the show starts at 7 p.m.

If you go

Who: Open to the public
What: 2019 Spring Concert featuring Still Woozy
When: Sunday, April 28, 7 p.m.
Where: Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre

Get Your Tickets

Visit Program Council online to see what what's coming up. Or tune in to this playlist to see what they’re listening to.

Still Woozy

Still Woozy is an artist on the rise, with over 1.69 million monthly listeners on Xxxx music. If you’re attending Coachella, you can catch him performing on Friday afternoon, just days before the show at CU!

His most popular songs include “Goodie Bag” and “Cooks.” Only 25 years old, Sven Gamsky, or Still Woozy, has been creating music out of his garage in Oakland. He attempts to capture the “out of it” feeling he experiences in real life, and even a short listen to his music can take you to that dreamy state. With a blend of acoustic and electronic, Still Woozy’s music is something you can just kick back to and enjoy.


Yeek, on the other hand, fuses hip-hop, electronic and R&B to create a truly original sound. A member of the growing SoundCloud rap scene, Yeek taught himself how to produce, record, mix and master his own music. Check out his EP, Blackheart, to see how his entirely self-created sound comes to life.

With over 662,000 monthly Spotify listeners, Yeek is creating a name for himself as another in growing list of South Florida rappers. His most popular song, “Only in the West,” is close to 10 million listens on Spotify.