Texas A&M University MSC Town Hall kicks off the second concert of a four-part concert series with Gray Falls opening for headlining act Beatnik Bandits on Wood Stage in Aggie Park on Friday, Feb. 10, beginning at 7 p.m.
The Spring Concert Series, generously supported by President M. Katherine Banks, will showcase the unique student-led, staff-supported campus programming efforts at Texas A&M.
“Planning events like this concert series and events like 12th Jam really make me realize the hard work and dedication it takes to plan large-scale events,” said Katrina Roberts, chair of MSC Town Hall. “It’s really amazing to see all of these events and programs come to fruition.”
MSC Town Hall, a student concert programming committee, has been providing the campus and local community with live entertainment for more than 70 years. Events and programs such as the Spring Concert Series provide an opportunity to express creativity as well as learn what it takes to host a large-scale event.
“The arts enrich our lives and are an important component to providing a transformational education for our students,” said Banks. “The Office of the President is delighted to support this concert series for our campus and local communities’ enjoyment.”
Doug Sweet, program adviser for MSC Town Hall said, “If you didn’t come out for The Keesha Pratt Band, you really missed a great show. Beatnik Bandits and Gray Falls promise to be just as entertaining.”
The Spring Concert Series continues with performances on March 25 and April 14. For information about upcoming artists for the series, follow MSC Town Hall on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.