Music, food, games and more will mark OzFest on Friday, May 10, the college's last day of classes.

A 7 p.m. headliner concert and daytime activities in the Marano Campus Center will unfold for the campus community.

The lineup for the concert, in Marano Campus Center arena, includes:

  • Ella Mai, an English singer-songwriter whose top-five single “Boo’d Up” won a 2019 Grammy for Best R&B Song, from her self-titled album which topped the U.S. R&B chart
  • Gunna, a rapper touring in support of a top-five album, “Drip or Drown 2,” and a top-five single in “Drip Harder”
  • Mahalia, an English singer, songwriter and actress recently nominated among Ones to Watch by MTV Push and for a BBC Sound of 2019 honor
  • Daydream Masi, an emerging young rapper and pop artist

Tickets are available from the college’s box office for $15 for students and alumni, $20 for the general public. The Student Assocation Programming Board sponsors the concert.

Starting at noon, a variety of free activities invite students and other members of the campus community to celebrate the end of the semester. Interactive fare will include make-and-take activities, obstacle courses, giant whack-a-mole, stuff-a-buddy, carnival food, games, prizes and more.