Lavernapalooza postponed until state says it is safe to congregate

The 11th annual Lavernapalooza concert, traditionally in the spring semester has been postponed, due to the campus closure and the state shelter-in-place orders to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The new date for the event, as with so many postponed events, is to be determined, but will most likely happen next Spring, if state leaders give the all clear for such performance events. 

“We don’t know how long this quarantine will impact the University but meanwhile we are keeping in touch with our agent and Fox Theater,” said Adam Wong, director of student life. 

The performer for the event, whenever it is, will be T-Pain, a two-time Grammy Awards winner, who led the BET Awards with five nominations in one year, and many songs on Billboard Charts.  

As events continue to be modified, students will be updated on any changes through the Lavernapalooza Instagram account, which is led by the Campus Activities Board. 

– Valerie Valadez 

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