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Bearstock 2019 to feature Aminé, Joywave, local artists and more

Bearstock 2019 to feature Aminé, Joywave, local artists and more

Jessica Lee

March 27, 2019


Filed under Campus, News

QuadWorks, Mercer University’s student programming board, will host its annual Bearstock concert on campus April 8. “Bearstock is an annual day of concerts for both the Mercer community and the Macon community,” said Mimi Nguyen, a member of the QuadWorks Special Events Team. The daytime ...

Bearstock Rocks Tattnall Square Park

Bearstock Rocks Tattnall Square Park

Jackson Dillard

April 19, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Reviews

As the 6th annual Bearstock began, Tattnall Square Park began buzzing with the life that comes every year with the free music festival. The mix of current and prospective Mercer students, as well as Maconites and high schoolers alike made for a diverse crowd that seemed more than ready to have a goo...

VIDEO: Bearstock 2011 draws massive crowds

Alex Preston

April 18, 2011


Filed under Uncategorized

Mercer's daylong music festival drew record crowds this year in its new location in Tattnall Square Park Saturday.

Your guide to Bearstock

Your guide to Bearstock

Eric Brown

April 13, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

So, we all know Bearstock is coming up this Saturday, and we all know that it’s going to be completely awesome, as it is every year. But some people don’t know that this year will be a little different than the past few festials, so your pals at The Cluster have prepared this guide to the festiv...

Bearstock bands announced

Bearstock bands announced

Eric Brown

February 23, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

  UPDATE: Find more information on Bearstock here! Fans of Bearstock need wait no more. On Wednesday, Quadworks held a press conference to announce the three headlining bands at this year’s music festival. Headlining the event are electro-hop group 3OH!3, Atlanta-based rapper Roscoe Dash, and indie pop-rock act Parachu...

Your guide to: Surviving music festivals

Your guide to: Surviving music festivals

Eric Brown

February 23, 2011


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

TICKETS Always buy tickets from official websites. Skeezy looking ones can prove to be major rip-offs. Also be wary of buying from scalpers. Not only are they overpriced, they may misrepresent some crucial details. PLANNING At multi-stage festivals, there are always two or more bands playing at o...

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