Concerts of Epic Proportions

If you’re in the Valley this Friday, April 16th, you’re in for a treat: WAMH is hosting a Concert of Epic Proportions at Marsh, the arts house of Amherst College. The concert is FREE (donations more than welcome) and open to the public. The lineup is STACKED, too:

Tashtego (favorite sons of Amherst)
Bunny’s a Swine

MiniBoone (new album! “Big Changes”!)

Once again, the important details:

Friday, April 16th
9pm to 12am
Marsh House (81 Lessey Street)

FREE Admission

WAMH has another big event (ending) this Friday – official WAMH t-shirts are on sale! You can order as many shirts as you want – for you, your family, friends, your hipster cats, your significant other that might be into manatees just a little too much, etc. – and you can do all that ordering online!

So, why the manatees? You know how you can buy a star? Or adopt a mile of our fine interstate highway system? This semester, WAMH decided to adopt a manatee. The first non-humanoid member of the WAMH family (I was tempted to say second, but our inflatable snowman would surely take offense to being called inhumanoid) is our newly-adopted manatee, Crazy Nick. Nick earned his moniker one year when he decided to swim north for winter instead of south with the rest of his manatee friends. Exhibiting a combination of counterculture and confusion, Crazy Nick is an apt representation of the spirit of WAMH. Plus, the shirts are supersoft/comfy and this particular shade of lavendar is as easy on the eyes as WAMH is aurally pleasing. (Crazy Nick plushies forthcoming.)

PS – If, this Friday, instead of finding yourself around Amherst and wanting to go to a FREE CONCERT or buy a DOZEN-DOLLAR SHIRT, you find yourself around Dublin and wanting to spend 78 Euros on a concert ticket and upwards of 40 more big E’s on a tux “hire,” you’re also in luck! Swing by Trinity Ball and check out Dizzee Rascal and friends (they’re no Tashtego and friends). Cans at my place before the show!


Matt McClellan

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One thought on “Concerts of Epic Proportions

  1. I’m an Amherst grad. I absolutely had the time of my life. This concert was great. I hope to attend more of these in the future. Thanks for being the greatest college.

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