It seems like students are always looking for cheap entertainment. And when it comes to cheap entertainment, no one does it better than the Campus Activities Board. On Saturday, the CAB is hosting Bullstock, an outdoor rock concert with food, T-shirts and local and regional bands. The event will be held at Crescent Hill at 2 p.m., with “the operative word being ‘free,'” said Melissa Meza, the coordinator of Bullstock.
The festival-style concert will have food from Wingstop, a body artist, a caricature artist and T-shirts. Everything is free, making it a student’s dream come true.
Performing bands include Eden Row, Quick Shot Paulo and the winner of the Basement Band Series — Battle of the Bands.
About 500 students are expected to attend the third annual Bullstock. According to Meza, CAB started Bullstock to incorporate more rock music events since the group usually has a lot of hip-hop performances.
Bullstock 2005 will be held in the Special Events Center should it rain.
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