OZ Fest returned to the Coxwell Amphitheater this year with the biggest crowd the campus has seen in awhile. Performances included openings from Master Radical and Palm Trees and Power Lines, Daya, The Mowglis and the headliner, Tove Lo, who replaced Matt & Kim. Organized by Osprey Productions, the festival had […]
Adding to the string of UNF music mishaps that started three years ago, Matt & Kim will not be performing at OZ Fest this Friday as planned. Osprey Productions learned last week that Kim Schifino, the “Kim” of Matt and Kim, had sustained some injuries and as a result, is […]
Animal Collective is one of those bands that stick with you through the years. I first discovered their album Feels the Winter of my sophomore year in high school and that album changed my perspective and interest in music. Three years later, their musical ability still inspires and moves me. […]
Samuel Herb is an aspiring country music writer, with an affinity for bow ties, who also happens to be a senior studying journalism. His budding country music career will get a kickstart on Saturday, Aug. 27 in the Student Union Amphitheater, where Herb will be the opening act for Rodney […]
UNF’s first ever Tech Ensemble Concert on April 19 gave Music Technology and Production students a chance to showcase their skills. The Music Technology and Production program is one of UNF’s newest degree tracks. With around 50 students in the program total, the curriculum is still developing and changing based […]
The semester is almost over, so take advantage of some on-campus events during the last week before finals!
Before you prepare to swipe your card to enter the library, check out the newest installation displaying memorabilia of Jacksonville’s underground dance music culture.
Lavender Graduation, Alumni Service Day and more.
Steve Aoki, time tickets, and more this week.
We’ve got ahold of Aoki’s contract rider between him and the school, and his requests hint that April 1 is going to be a sweet night on campus.
Homecoming 2016 began Saturday night with crude jokes and good vibes as Nick Kroll and John Mulaney performed stand up in the UNF Arena.
Incorporating music from Arabic, Jewish and Christian artists, the award-winning Yuval Ron Ensemble performed at UNF on Jan. 21.
The legendary indie folk troubadours performed in Ponte Vedra in May, and we’re still reeling with joy.
The current one-man-band, Teen Divorce, with its humble beginnings in a dorm room now has a show set to go this Saturday, Nov. 14 at Jack Rabbits in Riverside.
Tuesday night, the UNF Concert Orchestra took to the stage and performed several pieces by the famous composer, Johann Sebastian Bach and another other piece by Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos.
The Jacksonville-born band played all the hits at their triumphant homecoming show.