Downtown Mission Plaza burns with Funky Flames

Old-school funk rocks downtown San Luis Obispo once again when Burning James and the Funky Flames return to Concerts in the Plaza Jun 29. James Scoolis (guitar and vocals) said the band plays music that is personally interesting to him.…

Tune in to UU Hour with weekly concerts

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) puts on Concerts in the Plaza, in the University Union (UU) Plaza during UU Hour (11 a.m. to noon on Thursdays), but it would like to gain more suggestions from students, according to ASI Events entertainment student supervisor…

SLO reaches for the Top Shelf

Top Shelf, a band that plays multiple genres with an emphasis in reggae and rock based out of Ukiah, will play at Concerts in the Plaza today. The band’s Cal Poly performance will be its first show of a month-long…

Zion I and The Grouch to perform during UU Hour

Concerts in the Plaza will welcome the hip-hop group Zion I and the Grouch Thursday. This is the first time this year a hip-hop group has performed during UU hour.

ASI biweekly meeting update

Associated Students Inc. (ASI) Board of Directors met April 8 for its biweekly meeting in the University Union (UU) room 220. It was called to order at 5:10 and went until 6:43 p.m. Among the topics discussed, five of the…

Student turns superhero — Cal Poly student takes on alter ego ‘Mr. Eco’ to spread the word about going green

Sitting on the first floor of the University Union (UU) in a red t-shirt and bucket hat, business administration sophomore Brett Edwards looks like your standard Cal Poly student.

Concerts in the Plaza sets stage for new and returning acts

Concerts in the Plaza returns this fall with a lineup featuring alternative rock, singer-songwriters and reggae.

Downtown concert series draws the SLO community together

The weekly Concerts in the Plaza showcase local bands and eateries from the San Luis Obispo County.

Killa Gorilla to headline first Concert in the Plaza Thursday following construction renovations

Killa Gorilla will play the first show in the Concert’s in the Plaza series for the new UU. The four-piece band, consisting of third year Cal Poly students, are known for their original rock sound and lively performances.