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The Weekend Ahead: June 2 – 5

Graphic by Ben Cross
Graphic by Ben Cross

Have fun every evening this weekend with exciting concerts downtown and free events on campus.

Thursday, June 2: Prince Tribute Concert

What: A number of local bands will be covering Prince songs throughout the night in remembrance of the artist who passed away on April 21. Entrance is free, and this is the only official Prince Tribute Concert planned for Jacksonville.

When: 5-9 p.m.

Where: Hemming Park

Friday, June 3: Compost 101 and Tea Time

What: Paul Diaz will teach Ospreys how to create their own composting system so they can turn waste into soil, at 4 p.m. Mallory Schott, the student engagement liaison for the Ogier Gardens, will teach them how to dry tea leaves and make their own herbal teas, at 5 p.m.

When: 4 (Compost 101) and 5 p.m. (Tea Time)

Where: Ogier Gardens

Saturday, June 4: Dive-In Movie

What: UNF Campus Life and Housing and Residence Life are pairing up to play Dirty Grandpa as students lounge in the Fountain’s pool. Students can also enjoy free food from a Moe’s cart before the movie starts.

When: 7:30 (food) and 8:30 p.m. (movie)

Where: Fountains Pool

Sunday, June 5: Greaver, Youth League, Conjure and Boysin

What: Enjoy rock music from North Carolina bands Greaver and Youth League and Jacksonville’s Conjure and Boysin. Tickets are $8.

When: 8 p.m.

Where: Burro Bar

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