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Wake up the dead-week...WKNC 88.1 is throwing a free concert this Friday

submitted by mcmineir on Wednesday, May 2 at 8:03 PM

That's right kiddies...just when you thought NCSU couldn't do anything but screw you over after this "dead" week...WKNC, NC State's student run radio station decides to throw down and say "Fu*k-it!".

This Friday starting @ 4pm on Harris Field (On Campus, in front of the Witherspoon student center, off Dan Allan Drive) there will be free music, free concert tickets (Um...Bon Jovi anyone), free cd's, and a bunch of free stuff!

Dj's will be spinning for 3 hours: Dj Snack, Billy Blaze, 40'oz , Rousseau, Dj Sonic, and others.

Hey, blow off your last class Wolf Webber's...come on out and enjoy your last day of class.

posted by mdbncsu on Thursday, May 3 at 8:32 PM

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PartyChris
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fuckkkk, i have to be @ work @ 415, fuck fuck fuckity fuck

5/3/2001 8:57:44 PM

Patman
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are there going to be any bands or are there just dj's?

5/3/2001 8:58:43 PM

mdbncsu
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Check out the WKNC website for more info: http://www.wknc.org

5/3/2001 9:47:08 PM

4howl1
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I'll be there

5/3/2001 10:59:47 PM

mattncsu19
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if it's on campus i guess it'll be an airplane bottle day

5/4/2001 12:24:47 PM

j0e
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Yeah, I heard that shit, it was crazy. I don't think they could've picked worse music to play. My ears started bleeding walking by.

5/6/2001 4:31:20 AM

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