Skytop Field

September 10, 2017 - 7:40pm
Review: The Diplo-headlined music festival started strong, but petered out as the audience dwindled.

By 11 a.m. buses full of glittery girls in crop tops and boys in partially buttoned Hawaiian shirts and started the trek to South Campus. The lineup at Juice Jam 2017 consisted of Diplo, Ugly God, MØ, Smallpools, and Jeremy Zucker. The first three sets would’ve been enough to fill the fun day of music most students were looking for, but Ugly God and Diplo’s sets left something to be desired.

August 28, 2017 - 8:50pm
The popular DJ, who performed on the Syracuse University campus in 2011, will return to headline this year's Juice Jam.

University Union announced tonight that the Syracuse Univeresity Juice Jam Music Festival will be headlined by Diplo, and will also include music performed by Ugly God, MØ, Smallpools and Jeremy Zucker.

The festival will take place across two stages on Sept. 10 at Skytop Field, and doors will open at 12:15 pm. Tickets for the event will be $20 for SU/ESF students with a valid ID. Only two tickets can be purchased at any time. A valid SU, ESF, college or military ID must be presented at the gate in order to gain entry.

August 31, 2015 - 8:42pm
Big Sean to headline Juice Jam 2015 on Sept. 13.

The wait is over, music lovers! University Union announced the Juice Jam 2015 lineup Monday night on their Instagam, Facebook and Twitter accounts.

September 9, 2013 - 12:29am
Two stages and six artists offered a diverse concert experience at this year's Juice Jam Music Festival

Neither the dancing nor the music paused for even a moment at Sunday’s sold-out Juice Jam Music Festival at Skytop Field.

Smallpools kicked off this year’s festival on the Indie Stage with a dynamic set that had people eagerly clapping and dancing from minute one of the first song.

The band’s energetic pop sound set the tone for the day, with a receptive crowd of students — in various shades of neon and patterned headbands — already lined up to see the first performance of the afternoon.

August 17, 2011 - 2:59pm
Rapper B.o.B. and Swedish DJ Avicii will co-headline the semester-opening concert Sept. 11 at Skytop Field.

As a newcomer to Syracuse University, this year’s Juice Jam will be a first for me. After looking at previous years’ headliners, I was excited to see what combination of artists would share the bill at this year’s event. Today’s announcement, however, was somewhat disappointing.