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Gusties anticipation grows for spring concert: Artist Blackbear coming to campus May 16 | The Gustavian Weekly

By Cole Trebelhorn - Editor-in-Chief | February 21, 2020 | News

With spring just around the corner, Gustavus students anticipate the arrival of this years biennial spring concert. 

Hosted by the Campus Activities Board (CAB), the student ran board fields a voting process for all students to partake in. 

Between the numerous options presented to students, Matthew Tyler Musto, known professionally as Blackbear will be coming to campus May 16th. 

Tickets go on sale February 18th, and are available to students as well as the general public. Ticket sales can be found on Gustavus’ online ticket portal. 

Blackbear (stylized as blackbear), touts nearly 27,800,000 monthly listeners on music streaming platform Spotify. As of the time of this article being printed, the 29 year old artist holds the 65th highest monthly listeners position in the world. 

The most recent spring concert Gustavus hosted was popular American electronic duo 3OH!3, in the spring of 2018.

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