Photos by Abigail Krueger

The three bands selected are:

First opener: Extra Gold is a country band. From “Blue Sun Entertainment”:

“Since forming in 2017 as the house band for Denver’s only monthly country music showcase, Extra Gold has crafted a country music cocktail that is equal parts Golden-Era Country Revival, Folk, and Rock & Roll. With the addition of Hammond B3 organ, pedal steel and fiddle, the band plays every card.”

Second opener: Julia Wolf (aka WOLF) is an indie-pop singer and songwriter, hailing from New York. Wolf rose to fame after releasing short snippets of her music on social media.

Headliner: Y2K, or Ari David Starace, is a record producer and songwriter, best known for his single “Lalala”, with Canadian rapper bbno$. Y2K works across the genres of rap, hip hop, and trap.

More photos from the reveal:

“The past two years we haven’t had spring fest because of covid. I’m super excited to be able to bring it back this year. Big shoutout to program council for hosting, ” says Erin Mulholland, left.
Lyndsey Gaddy explains that the Program Council puts on lots of big campus events, working hard to make student life fun. Program Council also works with other clubs and provides them with sound and light equipment for their events.