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The OneWorld @ MIT Festival follows SpringFEST week and Friday night’s concert (planned by the Undergraduate Association Events Committee).

Friday, April 28

SpringFEST concert | 8 pm, Johnson Athletics Center

The MIT Undergraduate Association Events Committee and the Student Activities Office proudly present SpringFEST 2017

Come see Timeflies and FRENSHIP at the annual SpringFEST Concert!

Early bird (first 400 tickets)

  • $10 Early Bird Tickets (MIT Students Only)

General admission

  • $15 MIT students (must present ID)
  • $20 MIT community (must present ID)
  • $25 Non-MIT college students (must present ID)

Doors open at 7 pm. The show will start at 8 pm with the opening act; headliner to follow. Doors will close at 9:30 pm.

Tickets are required: order online

Saturday, April 29

Concert: Democratic Vistas? | 8 pm, Kresge Auditorium

Ellington Extrapolations & “Social Significance” Works by Mark Harvey

The Aardvark Jazz Orchestra presents a concert titled “Democratic Vistas?”  Mark Harvey and Aardvark will celebrate Duke Ellington’s birthday by honoring his tradition of “social significance” compositions. Original works in this vein by Harvey will include the premiere of “Main Man” for noted impresario Fred Taylor, “Boston Boy,” for the late Nat Hentoff, and premieres of contemporary tone-parallels such as “Fake News Blewz,” “Swamp-a-rama,” and “Waltz of the Oligarchs.”  Also on the program, a reading from Walt Whitman’s “Democratic Vistas,” and a performance of Harvey’s anthem of hope and inclusivity “No Walls.”

All are welcome; the event is free and tickets are not required.

Sponsored by MIT Music and Theater Arts