ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Louis the Child and Lost Kings are headlining an annual University of Michigan concert to raise money for creating learning environments for underprivileged youth.
The electronic duos perform Wednesday at Hill Auditorium. The benefit show caps SpringFest, a day of on-campus events that includes more musical acts, art installations, pop-up shops, food trucks and a fashion show.
Tickets for the concert start at $9.99 for university students and $14.99 for the general public.
SpringFest 2018 is presented by MUSIC Matters. MUSIC stands for Michigan Undergrads Serving in the Community.
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Some proceeds are going to develop a new program called “The CoMMunity Partnership,” a social impact grant to boost other student philanthropic groups. This year, MUSIC Matters is working with Books for a Benefit on the youth learning project.