Published on April 24th, 2013 | by Mace & Crown Administrator0
ODU Gets Chaotic
Every year students gather on campus to mix and mingle for Campus Chaos. There is no better way to temporarily destress than to enjoy the upcoming annual celebration. On Saturday, April 27, an entire day of festivities is scheduled to help students forget finals even if it is only for a moment.
Organized by SAC and a variety of cosponsors including SGA, Marine Biology Student Association, Old Dominion Ghost Hunters; Modern Gentlemen Society and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.. Campus Chaos will be broken into two parts, Day Chaos and Night Chaos. This year Day Chaos will begin at noon and has been centralized to the Quad Lawn, Dominion Lawn, and the Student Recreation Center.
With the theme “Day Party,” Day Chaos will heat things up with a variety of daytime activities like water balloon fights, spray paint art; and a foam party, sumo suits, plus free food. There also will be live performances at the “Rock The Quad” show featuring music artist from the ODU community like include Masego, Wrighteous, UnCommon Ground and more.
Masego – Hip Hop, Smooth Jazz, and Contemporary Christian
“I think the unpredictable aspect of me as an artist makes live shows something to look forward to. I’m known to freestyle, sing and rap, I do what you call live looping on stage and I always solo on the sax and piano.
I’m in the process of currently finding out who I am and what I want to be known as artist wise.”
Check out his music at MasegoMusic.com or Youtube.com/Kingzkid24
Wrighteous – Hip Hop and Alternative
“Anyone who comes out to the show should expect to just have fun. Performing is an experience that is one of a kind and I want to give as much as I possibly can.” Check out his music at http://thatkidwrighteous.bandcamp.com/
UnCommon Ground – R&B and Pop
“UnCommon Ground is made up of a group of friends who decided to put their vocal and musical talents together to create a band.
With Darius Mines, Rivers Taylor, and Clarence Cartwright on vocals, the band creates a unique soul sound that is entirely original and growing.”
All events during Day Chaos will be free.
Night Chaos will begin at 8 p.m. the Webb Center.
To wind down later on, Night Chaos will provide a wide range of entertainment that will appeal to anyone. Tickets are $15 for general tickets, but just $5 for students. The doors will open at 7 p.m. with a packed schedule including three different headliners such as Elle Varner, The Cataracs, and Radical Something.
Elle Varner: Gabrielle Serene Varner, simply known as Elle Varner, is an American recording artist. Raised in Los Angeles, she attended New York University’s Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music. “With the release of her debut album, Perfectly Imperfect (MBK Entertainment/RCA Records), which she wrote and co-produced, it’s evident that her early experiences have served her well,” reads her website. For more of her music visit, www.ellevarner.com
The Cataracs: The Cataracs are an American hip hop indie-pop band formed in Berkeley, California, consisting of Niles “Cyrano” Hollowell-Dhar, a songwriter, vocalist, and producer and formerly David “Campa” Benjamin Singer-Vine, a songwriter and vocalist.
Radical Something: Radical Something is an independent trio composed of Alex Lagemann, Josh Hallbauer, and Michael Costanzo. According to Billboard.com the trio has ”blend hip-hop and rock with a decidedly Californian vibe”.
Campus Chaos will be ODU’s last large event before final exams. SAC is hoping Campus Chaos will provide students with a relaxing and fun environment.