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MSU students to host ‘Between the Lines’ music festival April 29

April 19, 2017 -- MSU News Service

Montana State University’s Office of Student Engagement will host Between the Lines, a student-curated, end of the year music festival, beginning at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 29, on the MSU campus. The line-up for this year’s inaugural festival includes 5 Star and Party Girl, both local acts; MADDS, an electronic DJ from Los Angeles; and Skizzy Mars, a hip-hop artist from New York City.

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BOZEMAN -- Montana State University’s Office of Student Engagement will host Between the Lines, a student-curated, end of the year music festival, on Saturday, April 29, on the MSU campus. The line-up for this year’s inaugural festival includes 5 Star and Party Girl, both local acts; MADDS, an electronic DJ from Los Angeles; and Skizzy Mars, a hip-hop artist from New York City.

The event, which is open to the public, will take place in the South Hedges SB parking lot. Gates will open at 6 p.m., with the show beginning at 7 p.m. 

Zen Wohlers, Office of Student Engagement student public relations director, said the proximity of the venue to on-campus residence halls will allow for easy access for a multitude of students.

“The goal is to host over 3,000 attendees, consisting of both student and community members,” Wohlers said. “MSU is continuously growing, and its campus celebrations and events need continued growth as well.”

Chelsey Wilson, MSU student engagement and leadership adviser, said that the Programming and Campus Events Board, or PACE, students have been working hard all year to make this event happen.

“The students are responsible for selecting and securing the artists, negotiating contracts, all concert logistics, including fencing, staging, lighting, sound, emergency response team, security, food and whatever else needs to be done,” Wilson said. “I am so proud of (them) for making this event happen. It is truly an event by students. It is our priority to ensure that we are hosting a safe and engaging event and, most importantly, that we are positively giving back to the students of MSU.”

MSU students can purchase tickets online at www.betweenthelinesmt.com for $10. General admission tickets are available to the public for $20. This event is restricted to ages 18 and older.

A beer garden will be available inside the venue for those ages 21 and older. Vendor tents, interactive mural and food vendors will also be available.

In addition to the music festival, the Office of Student Engagement, Family and Graduate Housing and the Strand Union Rec Center will host a free alternative event in the Stand Union Building, offering family friendly movies in the Procrastinator Theater and free bowling and billiards in the Rec Center. All MSU students and local families are welcome.

For more information on the music festival, visit www.betweenthelinesmt.com.

For more information on any of the festivities, contact Wohlers at (406) 994-2933 or asmsuprdirector@montana.edu; or Wilson at (406) 994-5821 or chelseywilson@montana.edu.

Contact: Zen Wohlers, ASMSU Public Relations, (406) 994-6585 or asmsuprdirector@montana.edu; Chelsey Wilson, Office of Student Engagement, (406) 994-5821 or chelseywilson@montana.edu