After months of speculation and rumors, the 2015 Campusfest performer has finally been revealed as Pittsburgh native rapper Wiz Khalifa, with special guests Chevy Woods and DJ Bonics. Clarion University students will be welcoming the Grammy-nominated performer to Tippin Gymnasium Friday, April 24.
“The rumor has been going around for weeks now. The feedback I have heard so far is nothing but positive. Wiz Khalifa is a huge grab for us and we are so excited,” said Campusfest chairwoman Maggie Abrams.
CampusFest 2014 was welcomed by three members of the MTV shows “Girl Code” and “Guy Code.” Carly Aquilino, Jamie Lee and Chris Distefano kicked off the three-day event in the Gemmell Multi-Purpose Room Thursday night each with a stand-up set.
On her road to country music stardom, up-and-comer Cassadee Pope made a stop at Clarion University on Friday, March 28 as part of this year’s CampusFest lineup.
During the soldout show, Pope sang both of her singles, “Wasting All These Tears” and “I Wish I Could Break Your Heart,” as well as many other tracks from her new album whose subjects ranged from love to divorce to dealing with personal insecurities. She also added a Shania Twain cover, an artist who she has listed as an influence in the country music genre.