Music festival attracts diverse crowd

Music festival attracts diverse crowd

zig zag indicatore forex بورصة تداول الذهب By Sophie Cannon, news correspondent مؤشر الخيارات الثنائية لا إعادة رسم Radio station Mix104.1 went off the air and onto the stage last Saturday for the annual MixFest music festival at the Hatch Memorial Shell on the Charles River Esplanade. This year’s lineup featured OneRepublic, Ingrid Michaelson and Shaggy.

سوق الاسهم السعودي تداول مباشر “I come here every year with my friends, and it’s a great bonding experience,” said Eric Yun, a third-year accounting major at Northeastern. “I also love the people that are going to be performing today.”

الروبوتات خيار الثنائية التي تعمل At the front of the half-moon amphitheater, groups of all ages sat on blankets and folding chairs awaiting the start of the show. The venue, a grassy field, presented a relaxed atmosphere immediately upon entering.

الخيارات الثنائية المجموعات التجارية “School’s just been kind of stressful, even though it’s only the second week,” said Alyssia Kazan, a Northeastern freshman bioengineering major who went to the festival with her friend. “We just wanted to do something different الخيارات الثنائية وظائف قبرص , and this seemed like a fun and free thing to do.”

الاسهم العمانية Singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson was the first performer to take the stage أفضل شركات الأسهم . The Staten Island native said she loved coming to Boston and felt at home in the city. Her imitation of a Boston accent drew a roar of laughter and applause from the crowd.

رافعة مالية Michaelson performed a mix of her well-known classics, such as “Be Ok” and كيف تربح المال من لا شئ Girls Chase Boys,” along with material from her newest album entitled “It Doesn’t Have to Make Sense.” She connected with the audience as she recounted her first kiss, her favorite places to travel and her dislike of the jumbotron zooming in on her forehead.

الاستثمار في الذهب 2014 Keeping with the friendly tone but turning up the energy, Shaggy performed next. A Jamaican native, he sang with passion and involved the audience with call-and-responses, cheering on command and interactive dance routines. He sang most of his hits, some even twice, including “Mr. Bombastic,” “It Wasn’t Me” and “I Need Your Love.”

الخيارات الثنائية الفوز مراجعة صيغة During OneRepublic’s set, frontman Ryan Tedder confessed that their 2005 hit song “Apologize” almost caused the breakup of their band just as they were first gaining popularity. While the band appreciated the fame they received from the single, Tedder said they felt that the song was not representative of their sound and they needed to start anew.

استثمار في الذهب Regardless, OneRepublic proceeded to play “Apologize, أفضل الخيارات الثنائية وسطاء أستراليا and the 2000s music lovers in the crowd went wild. Now with three albums under the band’s belt, OneRepublic is set to release a new album entitled “Oh My My” on October 7. اسعر الذهب فى السعودية يوم 4 7 1334  

MixFest is unique from other local concerts in that it attracts a wide array of people from young adults and couples to families and older adults, said Hannah Guarino, a sophomore marketing major at Northeastern.

“I went to Boston Calling festival in the summer موقع اسعار الذهب , and it was a totally different atmosphere, probably because it was a paid event,” Guarino said.“This is more of a diverse crowd.”

The free admission for the annual festival helped attract scores of college students from all over the Boston area, including Northeastern University, Boston University, Harvard University and Emerson College.

“I would love to go to more free things like this,” Kazan said. “As college students الخيارات الثنائية الاستراتيجية العشرية 5 , we don’t really have that much money to spend, so this is just a great way to spend a weekend.”  

From beginning to end, the concert maintained its relaxed but lively atmosphere and was successful in bonding people over their shared love of music.

“Everyone is coming together to listen to good music and it’s just really nice,” said Yun. “I love the atmosphere here.”

Photo by Lauren Scornavacca.

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