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SPB, WQAQ announce Fall Fest performers, festivities

October 12, 2021

Students attend the Fall Fest concert.

Students will celebrate the second half of the fall semester with a day-long celebration on Saturday, October 23 on the Quad.

Fall Fest, which is co-sponsored this year by the Student Programming Board and WQAQ, will feature Grayson DeWolfe, Trevor Daniels, Rebecca Black and Quinnipiac’s own DJ, Mark Lucivero.

The event will also include a variety of activities, including food trucks, an inflatable corn maze, yard games, a cover artist, a DJ, donuts and pastries, a mechanical pumpkin and T-shirts.

“I am so excited to bring back a traditional Fall Fest this year and have it be the first real big event since the pandemic,” said SPB President Shannon Flaherty.

Students weighed in on who will perform this year through an undergraduate survey.

“Planning one of the university’s most beloved traditions is something I have been looking forward to since we got the green light over the summer to be able to have a large-scale concert outside again,” Flaherty said. “One of the best joys I have in serving as SPB’s president is creating lasting memories for Quinnipiac students because, ultimately, we won’t remember that test we could’ve done better on, but we will remember that awesome concert on the Quad or watch a friend fly off of a mechanical pumpkin.”

Tickets are not required for the event.

“I’m ecstatic about this event,” Flaherty said. “Fall Fest will give everyone a taste of what’s to come for the spring with Wake The Giant concert!” 

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