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UM Students Team Up With YAC To Promote New Small Hall Event Series; Untapped

Photo courtesy Ebenezer Goodman/Facebook

On Thursday, July 27 from 8-10 p.m., A Pretty Good Show will host the first concert of the Untapped Series with the group Ebenezer Goodman at the Small Hall located on the square.
Tickets will be $10 and will include admission and refreshments. Students at the Meek School at The University of Mississippi and the local Yoknapatawpha Arts Council (YAC) have partnered up to create this exciting new concert series.
The Untapped Series aims to create a pop-up lounge style atmosphere for anyone and everyone to enjoy. The show has been completely created by the students, with aid from their professor, Dr. Jason Cain, and Wayne Andrews, director of the YAC.
The partnership with the YAC has also proven beneficial, by both providing the location and connections to help get the students prepared as quickly as possible.
“I saw partnering with the YAC as really cool way to provide a real world experience to my class while also connecting what we do at the university with the larger arts community here in Oxford,” Cain says.
The show, which is a BYOB event, will feature a performance by local Oxford band Ebenezer Goodman, showcasing their alternative folk rock. Sponsors include Yalobusha Brewery and Cathead Distillery, with more to come. Tickets will be available for purchase at www.aprettygoodshow.com or the night of the show at the door.
The shows proceeds will go to the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council, who hopes that this event is the start of a prosperous relationship between the school and the council itself. The Yoknapatawpha Arts Council has bigger plans for the Small Hall, and Untapped is just the beginning of this journey.
The Small Hall. Photo courtesy of Facebook

About The Small Hall: The Small Hall is a quaint venue perfect for intimate concert experiences. Located in The McDavid Law Office at 1109 Van Buren Ave, The Small Hall is specifically designed for the artists to connect to the audience. Small Hall has hosted monthly concert series that benefited the Yoknapatawpha Arts Council and the Horizons Summer Learning Program.


Courtesy of Colin Sullivan, A Student Representative For IMC 353 Music Promotions. 

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