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Acclaimed musicians to rock Sun Devil Stadium during the 2019 Fall Concert Series

Concert-goers pack the Coca-Cola Sun Deck at a 2018 concert.

August 20, 2019

After a wildly successful pilot year, the ASU 365 Community Union is officially open, bringing more live music to the Valley with the fall concert series on the Coca-Cola Sun Deck. Four critically acclaimed music acts will soon draw excited crowds into Sun Devil Stadium: Cherry Glazerr, SWMRS, Pink Sweat$ and Soccer Mommy.

“The 365 Community Union is ASU’s growing vision for turning Sun Devil Stadium into a vibrant cultural hub and we’re excited for a second year of concerts where you can imagine Sun Devils of all ages coming together,” said ASU Vice President for Cultural Affairs Colleen Jennings-Roggensack.

Kicking off the fall concert series on Friday, Oct. 25, is Cherry Glazerr, joined by special guest Illuminati Hotties. Guitarist and lead vocalist Clementine Creevy is joined by bassist Devin O’Brien and drummer Tabor Allen to form the American rock band Cherry Glazerr, whose sound incorporates garage-rock, grunge, punk and new wave.

The series continues Thursday, Nov. 14, with a performance by SWMRS, joined by special guest Tillie. SWMRS hails from Oakland, California, where they drew on influences ranging from the Beach Boys to the Ramones to create their own brand of punk rock.

Headlining the following day is Pink Sweat$, an artist, songwriter and producer from Philadelphia with music rooted in R&B and soul. Pink Sweat$'s melodic intricacy and lyrical prowess earned him recognition from the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Billboard and Fader.

Closing out the fall concert series on Nov. 16 is Soccer Mommy, joined by special guest Caroline Rose. Soccer Mommy is the project of 22-year-old Nashville native Sophie Allison, whose vocal abilities created massive internet buzz before her studio album debut "Clean" landed on top album of 2018 lists in publications like Paste, Pitchfork, Rolling Stone and Billboard. 

All concerts at the Coca-Cola Sun Deck are general admission, standing room only and adhere to the ASU clear bag policy. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the shows begin at 8 p.m. Free parking will be available in Lot 59 and tickets are available now at A limited number of free and discounted ASU student tickets will be available for all events exclusively on the ASU Mobile App.

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