SAMRU Organics takes music back to its roots
With performers straight out of Mount Royal classrooms, this concert is by students, for students
AgenC events, the masterminds behind Gatsby’s end of class charity bash last semester, are back with another event at MRU. SAMRU Organics takes place Feb. 6 at the Hub.
SAMRU Organics will be an event for MRU by MRU with all the entertainment having at least one current student performing. The event will have performances with 36?, Roman66, Disco Banta and Andrew Park.
Jason Droboth, Director of Club Representation spoke to The Reflector about the exciting aspects of this event.
“This is about showcasing MRU bands and MRU music. It is that organic scene of MRU music,” Droboth said.
The club AgenC events, while just starting last year hopes that events like this will create a more communal environment at MRU and see students interacting more often in a hope to better student life.
“This instills a sense of pride in students, to see students around them doing amazing things, but it also instills a sense of fun,” Droboth said.
36?, recently came to Calgary fame after being chosen as one of the top 3 acts in the Peak Performance Project, a music competition in Alberta run by The Peak radio station.
With two popular events already under their belt, (Haunted Mansion and Gatsby last class charity bash) AgenC is sure to get students excited with the upcoming SAMRU Organics show.
There is limited space at the show, so get your tickets early. Tickets are $10 and available at Copywrite in the basement of Wyckham.
For more information visit the AgenC events facebook page.