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Nate Smith performs on stage during LPACs Spring Concert. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Nate Smith: Spring concert sets UNK students’ ‘World on Fire’

Antelope Staff April 15, 2024 Behind all the glitz and glam of cowboy hats and country boots, there are many hours of work and planning that go into putting on a successful concert.  Todd Gottula,...

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Spring concert to raise funds for Loper rodeo

Sam Herbek April 1, 2024 With country fever sweeping across campus, UNK has announced the addition of a rodeo program to the athletic department. Accompanying the new sport will be a state-of-the-art...

Lopers Speak: Who do you hope UNK brings to the next spring concert?

Antelope Staff March 8, 2024

  Shaun Ross Sports Management, Senior "If we could get Lil Uzi, that would be great. Lil Baby. This is Nebraska so Taylor Swift would help everybody out. Bruno Mars. Anybody better than...

Cameron Grafel plays french horn in the wind ensemble. Shelby Burglund / Antelope Staff

Wind ensemble, symphonic band perform before tour

Maria Klingelhoefer May 17, 2023

UNK’s Department of Music presented its annual spring concert featuring the Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble on April 26. The night marked the first performance of Wind Ensemble’s tour, which they...

Pit tickets sell out in first few minutes due to Yung Gravy hype

Pit tickets sell out in first few minutes due to Yung Gravy hype

MICAH TORRES March 2, 2023 Yung Gravy will be headlining the LPAC spring concert. Chevy Woods will be the opening act. The concert will take place in the Health and Sports Center on Apr. 27. The...

Drummer seated during rock concert

LPAC replaces spring concert tradition with lively festival

AIKA HASETSU April 21, 2022 LPAC Spring Festival 2022 will be held 5-11 p.m. Thursday, April 28 on the campus greens near the fountain. The festival is sponsored by LPAC and will include music, food...

Dancers delve into self-perception, change with ‘overTURN’

Dancers delve into self-perception, change with ‘overTURN’

JAKE PUTNAM April 7, 2022 For this year’s Spring Concert, choreographers and dancers worked alongside other students behind the scenes managing stage and production. Together, they brought “OverTURN”...

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