Kesha to headline LSU Student Government's annual free concert

Kesha to headline LSU Student Government's annual free concert

BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - Renowned recording artist, Kesha, is set to headline Groovin', LSU Student's Government's (SG) annual free concert on Thursday, March 30.

The performance is set to begin at 8:30 p.m. The SG is moving the concert back to the University Parade Grounds this year after two consecutive years at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center (PMAC).

"We're really excited to have such a big name artist like Kesha come to perform for LSU and Baton Rouge. I know in my time here on campus, we've never had an artist with such international notoriety as Kesha," said SG president, Zack Faircloth.

Benjy Davis is the opening act for the concert. The band has roots in Baton Rouge and is known for its rendition of Louisiana Saturday Night.

The Groovin' Pre-Party is sponsored by the SG's College Councils and will start at 4:30 p.m. Students can pick up their student section wristbands using their Tiger Cards at the pre-party. Snowballs and corn dogs will also be provided to students.

All concert attendees must follow LSU's GeauxClear bag policy, which can be read here. Groovin' will be moved indoors to the PMAC in the event of rain, with all events remaining at their scheduled times.

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