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Huzzah! ESC, SGA, CCSC and GSC have allocated a combined total of $20,000 to the Bacchanal Committee this year. This allocations is still a one-time-deal, and future allocations to Bacchanal will depend on a separate resolution. Council members will sit on the Bacchanal selection committee (hey Learned– Weezy F. Baby!) for oversight. The one thing […]

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As promised, the finalized Chewbacchanal schedule: Friday, April 23 Party with Chewbacca Revson Lawn, 12-3pm (next to Ancel Plaza on the bridge over Amsterdam) Free food, giveaways, music, photo ops with Chewy and life-size checkers! Saturday, April 24 Chewbacca’s Hope For Haiti Fundraiser 12-3pm, South Lawns Free food, giveaways, music, giant inflatable obstacle course and […]

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Barnard College Radio WBAR has posted the lineup for their annual outdoor BBQ and concert! On Sunday April 25th­­ from noon to 10pm on the Lehman Lawn, you can look forward to hearing: Cold Cave Blues Control Liturgy Burning Star Core Jana Hunter Twin Stumps U.S. Girls Thing About Life (They’re playing early, so get […]

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Nervous energy borne of coffee and unfinished CC papers pervaded Lerner as the tech crews set up for Bacchanal’s annual spring concert last night. Kids who arrived at 8 p.m. camped out near the white plastic barricade like they were at Webster Hall ca. 2003 waiting for the Get Up Kids, or maybe Interpol. In […]

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Do not forget that the Spring Concert is tonight at 9pm in Roone with Grizzly Bear and The National.  And according to some guy with a microphone at last night’s Planet Earth screening, there are still tickets available!

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Today’s Tomorrow’s the day to reserve tickets for the Spring Concert, and contrary to earlier reports citing a $5 figure, tickets are actually going to be free. However, the show is CUID-only and seating is limited. Book early, either online or at the Lerner Box Office. 

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Courtesy of planning staff, here’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for… Bacchanal! A Monday night concert in Lerner! A not-free luau! Exciting…? BacchanALIENS 2008 Keep an eye out for free BacchanALIENS t-shirts and giveaways! Wed. April 9: Comedy Show (Ardie Fuqua w/ Fruit Paunch) 9-10:30pm, Davis Auditorium (Shapiro) *Pick up FREE tickets at the […]

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  This is part two of a two-part series introducing you to the acts playing at this year’s Bacchanal. “Everything but country,” is an all too familiar way for unimaginative people to define their taste, or lack there of, in music. Sure, we all like different kinds of music, but the ambiguity of that statement […]

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2008’s Bacchanal has been announced and a (mostly) complete schedule has been released. In addition to performances by Grizzly Bear and The National, this year’s festivities will include stand-up comedy by Greg Giraldo, an outdoor screening of Planet Earth on the Low steps for which absolutely no one will arrive stoned, and a Hawaiian Luau. […]

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Eschewing their own tradition of booking hip hop acts for spring, Columbia Concerts has booked awesome Brooklyn-based indie rockers Grizzly Bear and awesome Brooklyn-based indie rockers The National for this year’s Spring Concert. An anonymous source also informs Bwog that this year’s Spring Concert will also differ from last year’s because it’s going to be […]

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