USU’s first ‘Soulful Saturdays’ event of the semester

>>CORRECTION: Soulful Saturdays is a monthly event, not weekly as stated in the article.

Singers and CSUN alumni Jessica Samiere and Angelica Abrams performed a collection of songs for students and guests, earning cheers and applause from the seat-filled Pub Sports Grill at theUSU’s first “Soulful Saturdays” event of the semester on Sept. 29.

The event was free for students and $5 for non-students. The weekly event features local musicians chosen by the event planning staff and will vary in genre each week, according to event planner Quinesha Summerville, 21.

Summerville, a senior theater major, said the event is a safe and affordable option for students.

“Soulful Saturdays is a night out for students, and it’s something safe and cost-effective with free music and free food,” said Summerville, theater major.

Some of the future themes include jazz, indie rock and alternative, country and Latin.

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