Kygo will co-headline the annual campus concert event.
Rapper 50 Cent with G-Unit will headline University Union's annual Block Party on April 24 in the Carrier Dome, according to a press release by University Union representatives.
Joining 50 Cent are co-headliner Kygo and hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd.
One of the most successful rappers in history, 50 Cent has sold more than 22 million albums worldwide and received 13 Grammy nominations during his career. He's the CEO of G-Unit records, which houses Tony Yayo and Lloyd Banks, among other artists.
The tips and tricks that will work to help you spring into a summer body and get in good enough shape to handle whatever happens at Mayfest.
Though it may not feel like it with temperatures still wavering below freezing, spring is on its way and we 'Cuse students are scrambling to get prepared. Spring in Syracuse is a wonderful thing, and not just because it means that we can finally walk to class sans parkas. In the final months of the school year we see tons of fun, outdoor events. From day parties to Mayfest, there are plenty of socially-driven events coming up that we will want to look our best for.
The No. 1 party school status elicits mixed reactions ranging from raves about positive party experiences to concerns about what the new title will mean.
Syracuse University knows how to party according to the Princeton Review — and according to some of its approximately 15,000 undergraduate students.
Marshall Street-area bars, University Neighborhood house parties and one-time events like MayFest make SU a college party hot spot, students said, and nabbed their university a No. 1 ranking in the annual collegiate superlatives this year. This top ranking follows a No. 5 ranking last year and a No. 10 ranking for 2013.
Pairing the EDM artist and rapper provided plenty of audio ammunition Friday at the annual year-end concert.
After a morning of eating, drinking and celebrating the end of the school semester at MayFest, Syracuse University students headed to the Carrier Dome for a night with 2 Chainz and Zedd that surely did not disappoint.
DJ Brazzabelle opened the show with her signature house mixes that got the crowd off its feet and swaying back and forth. The energy could be felt throughout the Dome as audience members screamed in anticipation of 2 Chainz and Zedd.
Whether it was their first or last time at the annual event, SU students enjoyed the warm weather and festivities on Walnut Park.
Syracuse University’s Mayfest is seen as a “last hurrah” for students before finals and the end of the school year. Known as a weekend full of food, music and even drunkenness, the annual event something students look forward to every year.