AMP at the College of William and Mary presents their semiannual concert series, FRIDAYS AT FIVE!
Come by and hang out with some friends on the terrace as you hear some sweet tunes on a beautiful day (or in Lodge One on a rainy one!)
The shows start every Friday at Five, unless stated otherwise.
It’s the last Fridays @ Five of the year! Come hang out with AMP as we welcome our last band, Quatro na Bossa, to the Terrace. Their cool Brazilian/bossa nova sound will be something you don’t want to miss!
This week, it’s Fridays @ Five with Tinder Buttons! Tinder Buttons is an indie pop group with a rock sound. Not only will there be great music but a great atmosphere including:
•“Before I graduate…” chalk wall to share your W&M bucket list
•A fire pit to make your own s’mores
•Polaroid pictures to capture memories of you and your friends
•AND…Georgetown Cupcakes, courtesy of the WMDC office!
Spring has sprung and the Terrace is the place to hang out again. Come listen to some live music with AMP as we kick off our spring concert series this Friday with Major and the Monbacks. They’ve got soul and two W&M alum, so it should be a happening time!
Bust a move with AMP at W&M’s first ever silent dance party! Bring your friends, pick up a set of headphones, and get down to your choice of music from two battling DJs. While you’re moving to “Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It,” the person next to you might be head banging to “Bohemian Rhapsody.” And while Lodge One transforms into the most bizarre dance floor of your life, no one upstairs in Sadler will even hear a thing!
Food and drinks will be provided, and we hope to feature a student DJ set as well. All you need to bring are your dancing shoes and some form of ID to check out headphones. Regardless if you’re getting down with headphones on or watching everyone hilariously dance in silence with your headphones off, this should be something you don’t want to miss!
Note: This event is only open to W&M students and their guests.
Are you interested in pursuing an internship or career in the music industry? Come out to AMP Music’s final event of the semester, our second annual music industry panel! This year we are excited to be hosting three panelists coming from a diverse range of industry experience and expertise. They are (drumroll please…)
Jonathan Wolff: creator of the theme and music for Seinfeld, as well as other 80s sitcoms, inculding The King of Queens, Will & Grace, and Reba, to name a few
Barrett Newman: previous manager of the Warner Theater and current Ticketing Services Manager of the Washington Ballet
Jake Turner: Manager and Artistic Director at Loophole Management and Playing In Traffic Records (the record label known for finding the band Los Lonely Boys with the hit single “Heaven”)
Time: Tuesday, December 1, 7-9 PM
Location: Tucker Auditorium (Room 127A)
Admission is free because we love you all.
Come listen to their insights and ask these wonderful people any questions you might have about the music industry!
Come sing, dance, and hang out with Alma Mater Productions as we welcome Rubblebucket–with special guest The Once Was–to William and Mary for our fall concert! Wikipedia describes Rubblebucket as an “indie pop, neo-psychadelia, reggae fusion, alternative dance” band, which we think is SO COOL and somehow right on the money. Their big band sound will definitely get your feet moving, so we’d love to see you grooving with us the first Friday of November!
Time and location:
Friday, November 6, Chesapeake Room, 3rd floor Sadler Center
Doors open 7 PM // Show begins 8 PM
Admission is FREE presenting your W&M Tribe Card at the door
Otherwise, tickets are $10 at the door for the general public