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 […]
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Palm Trees and Power Lines, a local pop-punk band, began like any relationship between teens in high school does: awkwardly. It all started when Josh Cravey, one of the band’s two singers and guitarists, noticed that Kyle Bailey, the bassist, was wearing an Angels and Airwaves shirt. “I actually met […]
This year, students can expect an exciting lineup of artists playing at UNF’s Coxwell Amphitheater. If the music isn’t for you, maybe the food trucks, airbrush tattoos and oxygen bar at the event are. Before OZ Fest kicks off, the most important thing that you should be worrying about is […]
This year’s OZ Fest comes packed with pop singers, indie sensations, carnival rides and even an oxygen bar. I sat down with Osprey Productions Director, Junine Castin, to learn the ins and outs of OZ Fest, what it entails and how 2017’s concert came about. WB: So OZ Fest, […]
If you haven’t been watching the Osprey Productions Facebook page, you might not know about the new way to get your ticket to OZ Fest. Whereas in previous years you could simply pick up your ticket at the event venue, this year, things are a little different. Students are being […]
Sublime with Rome was moved indoors due to inclement weather March 6. While the other bands’ shows were rescheduled, Sublime with Rome still had theirs. Students and the band found the last-minute indoor jam session to be intimate and “one for the f—— books.”
According to multiple sources, the OZ Fest scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. today will not be happening as planned.
Students braved the rain to watch Mac Miller’s set on the first day of the OZ Music Fest on the Hodges Stadium field on March 5.
Sublime with Rome will be performing at the OZ Fest on Friday. They answered questions about the band and their contract riders.
Two shows, one day: UNF Healthy Osprey and Osprey Productions host two separate musical events on Thursday
The Dueling Ospreys Battle of the Bands will be held in the Student Union Plaza on the same day as OZ Fest, but the times of the two events won’t conflict.
Osprey Productions announced the supporting acts will be Sidereal, Radical Something, Split Tone, The Band Be Easy, Weekend Atlas, Fjord Explorer, Fort Stories, Charles Adderley and Summer Goodman.