Five UNC students from an array of musical backgrounds have come together to form the band, The Northbounds, and provide quality entertainment for the Chapel Hill community.
The festival is a free two-day event on Sept. 28 and 29. Attendees can enjoy food, music and shopping as local performers demonstrate their varied musical styles.
"You can’t play music if you’re thinking about the past or if you’re thinking about the future. You have to be in the now.”
Want to take a history of music class, without actually taking a history class? Check out MUSC 155: The Art and Culture of the DJ.
Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” is an unavoidable song right now. You may not know it by its official name, but it’s hard to open a social networking website without seeing a meme or video using the song’s line “I got the horses in the back.” It was controversially removed from the Billboard country charts for not being country enough, but its remix has now made its way to being the No. 1 song in the world, including the country charts, with a little help from country music star and celebrity-dad Billy Ray Cyrus.
Saturday's performance will showcase over twenty contemporary dance pieces, including a bittersweet senior dance.
“There are nine students, we work very differently from one another, we have very different backgrounds, and so the art will be very diverse as well as very exciting.”
A lecture series is coming to UNC to talk about the lesser-known details of the African diaspora.
Celebrate art by people of color and share laughs within the inclusive community of the HERE festival.