‘The Tempest,’ Break The Bubble, And Arts Fest This Weekend In Arts

 Acoustics: Final Show

(Saturday, 6:30 P.M.)

Join the Boston College Acoustics in Devlin 008 for their final show of the 2015 spring semester. The Acoustics will be presenting their ONE TIME projects, some of their favorite songs, and senior speeches.

BC’s Best

(Thursday, 7:45 P.M.)

The finalists from the Singer/Songwriter Competition will duke it out for a free mastered EP, while the finalists from the Battle of the Bands compete to be the opener for Ludacris at Modstock.

Break the Bubble

(Saturday, 11 A.M.)

The Boston College Music Guild will be rocking Faneuil Hall in the heart of downtown Boston this weekend. There will be two stages featuring 27 BC student performances. This is one of the last chances to see some of BC’s best bands perform this semester.

Dancing with bOp!

(Saturday, 8 P.M.)

To wrap up the Arts Festival, BC bOp! will be performing Saturday night with ‘Dancing with bOp!.’ It will be a night filled with jazz classics, pop, hip-hop, and international music and dancing. Tickets are $15, but BC students get in free with their IDs.

Dynamics: Final Show

(Friday, 7:30 P.M.)

The Boston College Dynamics a cappella group will have its final performance of the spring semester this Friday. Come bid farewell to the outgoing senior class and enjoy the Dynamics’ performance of some of their favorite hits.

Fleabag Reunion Show

(Friday, 8 P.M.)

To celebrate its 35th year, My Mother’s Fleabag will be performing a reunion show at the Arts Festival this weekend. Current fleabags and alumni guests will be performing in the main tent outside of O’Neill this Friday.

Mr. BC 2015

(Thursday, 7:30 P.M.)

Come see who will be crowned Mr. BC at the annual show this Thursday in the Heights Room. Prof. Kerry Cronin will be one of judges while Jenna Post, A&S ’17, and Dan Casey, A&S ’17, from My Mother’s Fleabag and Hello…Shovelhead! will host.

‘The Tempest’

(Thursday-Sunday)

The Boston College theatre department presents Shakespeare’s The Tempest. Magic, storms, and usurpation define one of the last plays written by the legendary playwright. Tickets are available through the Robsham Box Office.

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