University Union announces Twenty One Pilots concert

UPDATE: Hip-hop artist and Kanye West mentee Travi$ Scott will open for Twenty One Pilots at their Oct. 3 Homecoming show in the Goldstein Auditorium.

"Good things come in threes."

This is one of the provocative tweets from University Union, which announced at 10 p.m. that Twenty One Pilots will be performing at the third major music event on campus this semester, along with the Juice Jam Festival on Sunday and the Macklemore and Ryan Lewis Carrier Dome concert on Nov. 11.

Twenty One Pilots will perform at Goldstein Auditorium on Oct. 3. Tickets are $10 with a valid SU/ESF ID.

The concert will be part of Orange Central Weekend, the university's annual homecoming reunion weekend for alumni and other friends of the university.

Twenty One Pilots

Twenty One Pilots blend hip-hop, rock and pop to create a fun sound with thoughtful lyrics. Intricate rhyme schemes backed by pop music makes this duo one of the more compelling bands on the indie radar right now, and I couldn't be more thrilled about their coming to SU.

Check out my favorite song of theirs, "Migraine," from their 2013 album Vessel.

Twenty One Pilots photo by Douglas Mcconnell/Flickr

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Do you have to be a student to attend this concert? Because I would kill to see them preform live.

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