Icona Pop, the Swedish dance-pop duo best known for their 2012 single “I Love It,” will be performing at fall W.I.L.D., Social Programming Board announced Wednesday night.
Social Programming Board announced last night that Icona Pop will headline this year’s fall W.I.L.D. on Oct. 24. While the Swedish dance-pop group might not have been the most inspired choice on SPB’s W.I.L.D. survey, they were probably the most fitting (and obviously the most popular) option, which gives us high hopes for an energetic, crowd-pleasing show.
Icona Pop, the Swedish dance pop duo best known for its 2012 single “I Love It,” will be performing at fall W.I.L.D., Social Programming Board announced Wednesday night.
Since the formation of Social Programming Board in 2013, the group has taken steps to improve W.I.L.D. each semester as it gains clout as an organization.
Despite the Students Against Peabody sit-in under the Brookings Archway providing the backdrop to one of Washington University’s largest events, Social Programming Board and the Washington University Police Department expect Friday’s W.I.L.D. to proceed as planned.
It’s important to stay hydrated during W.I.L.D., but drinking water at intermittent times throughout the day is no fun at all. Here’s a fun drinking game to keep your body healthy and your mind entertained. (Student Life does not take responsibility if the liquid you drink is something other than water.)
When Childish Gambino takes the stage in Brookings Quadrangle this coming Friday, his set promises to be ambitious and exciting. Childish Gambino has been on his Deep Web Tour for the past few months, and the biggest question is whether he will try to replicate aspects of the tour at W.I.L.D.
Based on the results of a fall survey, Social Programming Board has announced that rap artist Childish Gambino will be headlining spring W.I.L.D. on Friday, April 25. Childish Gambino is the stage name of actor and comedian Donald Glover. As an actor, Glover is best known for his role as Troy Barnes on the show “Community.
After years of student complaints about lack of transparency in W.I.L.D. artist selection, Social Programming Board is using a survey to pick who will be headlining the school’s largest biannual concert.
Wash. U. students have long regarded W.I.L.D. as one of Washington University’s best party traditions. This August, the concert series received national recognition when it was named one of BuzzFeed’s “15 Insane College Parties That Will Make You Want To Transfer.” However, this year, Wash. U. appeared to be on a mission to make W.I.L.D. a mild experience.