Buffalo and Western New York have a lot of great concerts, shows, and events coming to town, and with the now here is another show that is sure to have people in the 716 buzzing with excitement.

The University at Buffalo Student Association made a surprise announcement this week and revealed the names of the artists who are set to headline their annual UB Spring Fest on Friday, May 5, 2023 at UB's Alumni Arena.

What Is UB Spring Fest

Every year, towards the end of the semester the University at Buffalo and the UB Student Association sponsor a show that is meant to help students celebrate their accomplishments during the school year.

SA Entertainment, the arm of UB that is responsible for putting on the shows, regularly surveys the school's student body to find out what kind of entertainment they would like to see year after year. The organization is totally run by students and the events are largely paid for using funds from the Mandatory Student Activity Fee that each student has to pay.

Over the years Spring Fest has featured several top-name artists like Wiz Khalifa, The Chainsmokers, Mac Miller, Steve Aoki, Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross, Fabolous, and more.

So Who's Coming To UB's Spring Fest 2023?

This year the University is welcoming Lil Yachty, Coi Leray, Cordae, and more to rock the crowd at the Alumni Arena on UB's North Campus.

In addition to these three powerful artists, there will also be local artists hitting the stage like G Premacy and more.

This is sure to be an amazing show for the students at UB.

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Unfortunately for the rest of us, the concert is not open to the public and tickets are only available to undergraduate students enrolled at the University at Buffalo.

Tickets are available for free to those students who have their UBID.

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