B.O.T.L to make a difference

Campus Activities Board announced Bands On The Lawn, a free outdoor concert scheduled for tonight at 6 p.m. on the West Lawn.

The concert is free, but event organizers will be collecting monetary donations for Haiti relief. The artists as well as CAB members agreed that all proceeds would go towards helping Haiti victims in their time of need. So come on out and enjoy the show by simply bringing lawn chairs or blankets and preparing to rock out!

B.O.T.L is an event sponsored by CAB and put together by the members of Waiting On Brian. The show consists of opening acts by Emily Ward and Josh Santos, performances by Waiting On Brian and General Southern. All artists performing are local artists that attend Flagler College.

“I think it’s a fantastic idea to open the idea of music to the public,” Ward said. “Music makes everyone feel better.”

Ward’s performance will consist of a 30-minute opening set, starting at 6 p.m. She plays cover songs on the keyboard as well as her own songs. This will be her second time performing with both Josh Santos and Waiting On Brian, as they have played together at Kulture Hookah Lounge in the past.

After Ward’s performance, Josh Santos will perform a 30-minute set, followed by Waiting On Brian and General Southern.

Megan Kovak is the lead singer of Waiting On Brain.

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