This Thursday, Nov. 12, KCPR is hosting an open mic featuring 15 different acts. Singer-songwriters, comedians, poets and bands will perform in the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) Pavilion.
“It’s a really good opportunity to see talent (that) students wouldn’t normally see,” event coordinator for KCPR and recreation, parks and tourism administration senior Connor Griffith said.
Every performance will be distinct and showcase students who are not extremely well-known for their talent, Griffith said.
“Each act is pretty unique,” Griffith said. “There’s even an act with a didgeridoo and spoken word.”
Students who can’t attend the event can tune in to KCPR’s broadcast or Mustang News’ livestream online.
“Students should still come to see students perform who aren’t as well known,” Griffith said. “It’s also a really good atmosphere.”
It might not be a typical coffee shop venue, but the PAC Pavilion allows for more seating. Free food and beverages will be available, Griffith said.
The show is free and begins at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.