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By Hannah Marr, News Editor • June 21, 2024

3LAU and Theophilus London usher in spring with electronic, hip-hop sets

Thousands of students attended Spring Fling on Saturday in University Yard, which this year featured student rapper Joe Ramón, DJ 3LAU, and rapper and singer Theophilus London.

3LAU, a 24-year-old electronic dance artist who performed at Ultra Music Festival last weekend, mixed tracks for the crowd. London, who recently released an album produced by Kanye West, closed the show.

Program Board called the event “#Fling,” and handed out temporary gold tattoos with the phrase to attendees.

Joe Jean-Mary, a senior who performed under the stage name Joe Ramón, opened the show. Also a member of rap group Perplex The Crew, Jean-Mary landed the opening spot after winning the first-ever GW’s Got Talent competition in November.

Video by Sarah Mann.

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