The 48 Hr Band Project’s final concert is going to be nuts

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Today, from 4:30–6:00 p.m., six bands of complete strangers will perform at Eclectic. Each group will perform one cover and one original song composed over the past two days, both of which songs will treat the project’s theme: MAPS.

We’d love to see you there!

Here follow the bands:

Arschkartograph: Zac Malik ’14, Matt Chilton ’16, and Julius Bjornson ’14, performing Wilco’s “Via Chicago”

Our Two Moms: Adam Rochelle ’17, Willie Molski ’17, Luke Macdonald ’17, and Yatta Zoker ’14, performing Bowling For Soup’s “Ohio (Come Back to Texas)”

1 Direction: Ben Zucker ’15, Raechel Rosen ’15, Bennett Gelly ’15, and Sam Gilberg ’14, performing The Clash’s “Lost in the Supermarket”

Gender Equality: Lindsay Schapiro ’14, Jack Ladd ’15, Aaron Veerasuntharam ’14, and Cloie Logan ’17, performing Peter Sarsdedt’s “Where Do You Go To, My Lovely?”

Wool Spools: Ani Acopian ’16, Anna Schwab ’16, Dylan Nelson ’15, and Nico Hartman ’15, performing Bob Dylan’s “Girl From the North Country”

Bassless Accusation: Angus Macdonald ’16, Harry Russell ’17, Dillon Krauss ’15, and Anna Flurry ’17, performing Fleetwood Mac’s “Go Your Own Way”

Date: TODAY, Sunday, February 23
Time: 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Place: Eclectic

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