CHAMPSTOCK Brings Live Music to Champlain Campus

Students gathered (and danced) for CHAMPSTOCK, a one-day music festival on the Champlain College campus.

On Saturday, October 19, Finney Quad was jamming with music, music, and well, some more music.

Thanks to the ideation and organization from Computer & Digital Forensics major Garrett Mahoney ’20, Champlain College welcomed the first-ever CHAMPSTOCK to campus. Bands comprised of Champlain and University of Vermont student artists took to the stage between 12 and 6 PM for a full day of fun and tunes.

Artists performed in Finney Quad, located in the center of many residence halls.

The music lineup included Sawyer Kavanagh, Fuzzy Bones, Cool Person and the Nerds, Batter, Juicebox, Grease Face, and Father Figuer. Maudite Poutine was also on hand providing nourishment for the day’s festivities.

Dancing wasn’t required, but it was encouraged.
What’s your go-to move?
Bring on the tunes!
Friends not only enjoyed the good music, but the good fall weather, too.
Thank you to all our students who joined in on the fun, including Nicko Clinton ’20 // Graphic Design & Digital Media. Photo by Jared Cadrette, Associate Director of Student Engagement.

All other photos by Elana Fortin ’21 // Graphic Design & Digital Media.

Looking to attend more live performances on the Champlain College campus? Check out The Grind Coffee House, every Wednesday night in Fireside Lounge from 9–11:30 PM.

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