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Dillon Francis played his fourth annual IDGAFOS Weekend concert series at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles on Dec. 18, 2015.

Captured: Dillon Francis

Brooke Holland December 19, 2015

American DJ Dillon Francis performed a three-night concert series at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles on Dec. 18, 2015. The 28-year-old played fan favorites "Get Low," featuring DJ Snake,...

USU hosts its first Noontime Concert of the semester

USU hosts its first Noontime Concert of the semester

Eliset Zapien September 11, 2015

The songs of pop artists Sam Smith, Adele and Bruno Mars filled the outside stage of University Student Union on Thursday by CSUN student Juno Rada. This week Rada performed in front of his fellow classmates...

Coachella 2013 Weekend 2

Karla Henry April 22, 2013

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Grace Potter and the Nocturnals to perform at Pub

Raewyn Smith April 16, 2012

KCSN will be hosting Grace Potter and the Nocturnals in an acoustic set at the Pub on Wednesday at 8 p.m. On Friday, the radio station sold 20 pairs of tickets for this intimate show. Grace Potter’s...

My Morning Jacket mesmerizes live at Pantages Theatre in Hollywood

Andrew Lopez June 23, 2011

The lobby of the historic Pantages Theatre in Hollywood was buzzing after a marathon performance by one of music’s best live acts, My Morning Jacket, Wednesday night. Two hours earlier, the inside...

The Chances live at Central SAPC

Andrew Lopez June 16, 2011

The Chances caught the crowd off guard Tuesday night in Santa Monica. The Los Angeles-based trio played at Central SAPC, for about 30 people who clearly were not expecting the sound they received. Michael...

Good Charlotte plays on new stage at Universal City Walk

Reanna Delgadillo November 5, 2010

Pop- punk band Good Charlotte played to an energetic crowd Thursday night at the unveiling of the new City Walk stage. Fans started lining up well before 6 p.m. for the 8 p.m. concert. The concert was...

Entertainment in Hollywood: an industry forecast for students

John Michael Simko October 28, 2010

Consumers envision movies, music and money when they hear the term “entertainment.” That’s why it’s called “show business,” though it’s not always adequate, admirable or appropriate. The...

Smokeout Festival 2010 photos

Armando Ruiz October 18, 2010

This year’s Cypress Hill Smokeout Festival brought together a variety of music fans from all walks of life with one common interest in mind: decriminalizing marijuana. The festival featured three stages...

The Walkmen play old hits and new songs off of “Lisbon,” their just released album

Morgan Marx September 20, 2010

The sound of an East Coast winter blew into Los Angeles nightclub The Music Box as the band The Walkmen arrived to support their new critically-acclaimed album, “Lisbon.” The New York–based indie...

UPC host noontime concert

Geraldine Marquez March 28, 2010

A CSUN student band will be playing the Union Program Council’s (UPC) noontime concert. PapaFish, an up-andcoming band, will take the stage at 12 p.m. on Tuesday, March 30 at the University Student...

Concert at CSUN to benefit Haiti

Krista Daly February 2, 2010

A charity concert will be held Feb. 26 on campus to help raise funds for Haiti. “Who better to understand the impact than us?” said Justin Weiss, teaching associate and Unified We Serve coordinator,...

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