Students and guests enjoyed new music, art and good vibes at the Sorry Not Sorry Fest on Thursday, May 3.
For just three dollars, attendees were treated to three hours of local Cal Poly Pomona talent in Chino Hills, California.
“I found out about the event through all the posters that were hung around campus,” said second-year music student Leslie Martinez said.
Camrie Lucey, a third-year music student and country rock singer and her band were the last act of the night.
“The gig went really well,” Lucey said. “The venue was super laid back and it was easy to relax and enjoy it.”
Various CPP student musicians showcased their talents in front of roughly 40 attendees.
The intimate venue allowed the crowd to get close up and personal. The crowd sat down on floor to enjoy the slow indie music, and danced to the faster acts.
Modern Anchor, an indie pop band, is a two-person band whose members are Anthony Culpepper and Hunter Maestas.
The band’s original songs had the crowd swaying and as the paced sped up, so did the crowd.
On the other hand, Lame High Five, who had an indie rock vibe, kept the crowd on its feet.
“It was nice to see so many people come together to support live music and a local college art culture,” Lucey said.
The event was put together by fourth-year music industry studies student Clara Natalicio.
If you’re looking for more music and entertainment, the music department will hold the Music Theater Workshop from noon to 1 p.m. on May 10. Tickets are $5.
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