Canopy Club Concert Series


WPGU’s Canopy Club concert series is back in action for Spring 2018!

2/7 – Mija

Mija is an electronic artist from Phoenix, Arizona. She is known for her cross-genre sets, where she never plays the same set twice! Her music is innovative and fresh. She combines elements from genres like dubstep, drum and bass, trap, trance, house, and many more! She has worked with artists like Skrillex, Ghastly, Claude VonStroke, and many more. She has played at countless festivals around the world. This show is not one to miss! Make sure to grab your tickets ASAP before they sell out!

Listen to Mija’s latest single here:



2/15 – Boogie T. & Squinto

Hailing from New Orleans, Boogie T. is a music producer who is based out of New Orleans. He specializes in dubstep, riddim, drumstep, and trap. His goal is to take risks and push boundaries, while putting on an entertaining, energetic live performance. He has shared the stage with artist like Trollphace, Funtcase, Snails, P0gman, and many more. His deep beats and womps are sure to turn Canopy Club into a headbanging dance party! If you missed him time now is your time to catch him live!

Listen to Boogie T’s latest album below:



2/17 – Big Wild

Big Wild is an electronic music artist from California. He began creating music when he was only 14 years old. Since then, he has been perfecting his work and has created music full of talent and skill. His music encompasses many different sub-genres of electronic dance music. His sound is eclectic and catchy. He has worked with artists like Odesza, GRiZ, Pretty Lights, and Bassnectar. He dropped his first ever EP earlier this year, so be ready to hear some new tracks! Grab your tickets now!

Listen to his latest EP below:



2/18 – Kayzo

Kayzo is a Houston-based electronic artist. Also known as Hayden Capuozzo, he began creating his art at the age of 24. He music dabbles in many genres across the electronic board, including dubstep, hardstyle, trap, electro, and even psytrance. He has played at festivals like Escape from Wonderland, Spring Awakening, Holy Ship, and many more. He has worked alongside artists like Carnage, DJ Snake, and Slander. If you have missed him at The Canopy Club before now is your chance to see him!

Listen to their latest album below:



2/25 – Big Gigantic

Big Gigantic is duo based in Boulder, Colorado composed of Dominic Lalli and Jeremy Salken. They play a combination of jazz, hip-hop, funk, and electronic music by bringing together drums and saxophone with electronic beats. Along with their grooving sound, their energy on stage makes for a great live performance. They carefully put together new lighting and stage designs each time they tour, which takes the audience on a full audio-sensory journey. You may have seen them perform at Canopy Club in the years past, or at some festivals like Bonnaroo, Camp Bisco, Moonrise, Lollapalooza, Electric Forest, and Summer Camp.

Listen to their latest album below:



3/9 – Summer Camp’s Music Festival: On the Road Tour

Summer Camp: On The Road brings the magic of Summer Camp Music Festival to your town. Summer Camp will be visiting multiple cities across the country searching for the best talent the area has to offer. Come out to support local artists as they play for a spot at #SCamp18!


The Bashful Youngens, Louie Lanka, Stewart Arp, PhanieRae & The Soul Shakers, M.A.G. and Thee Delingquents, Shae District!



3/15 – Malcolm London

Malcolm London, called the Gil Scott-Heron of this generation by Cornel West, is an internationally recognized Chicago poet, activist, educator and musician. London brings vim and vigor to his energetic performances tackling tough contemporary issues head on. He appeared on PBS for the first-ever televised TED Talk with John Legend and Bill Gates and has shared stages with actor Matt Damon and rapper Lupe Fiasco.As an organizer, London was part of a historic youth delegation to the United Nations in Geneva to address police violence in Chicago. Deeply interested in working on ways to improve the national education system, London regularly visits high schools, youth jails, colleges and communities to work with students on writing workshops and performances. London, also runs the largest youth open mic in Chicago along his side friend Chance The Rapper. He sees art as the intersection between justice and poetic imagination.

Malcolm is now taking what he’s learned from teaching and becoming an artivist and putting it into music. London was one of three artists profiled in the Billboard Documentary piece, “Saving Chicago: Inside Hip-Hops Movement to Make Chicago a Better Place” when his debut project #OPIA, released in October 2016.
His next project is slated for release in Spring 2018.

Listen to his latest work here:



4/12 – Papadosio

Papadosio has some big plans for 2018, after repeat sellout shows during the holidays Papadosio has sets out on their 2018 April Tour with support from The Broadcast, Higher Learning, Bluetech & Aqueous This tour will span the East Coast and start off with a double header in the band’s hometown of Asheville, NC. The Spring Tour will bring a blend of electronic and live instrumentation that is sure to leave any frequency fan smiling from ear to ear.

Papadosio has packed out Red Rocks Amphitheater for headlining shows the past two years running and now they bring their music to smaller stages on a tour of more intimate performances. Characterized as a dynamic progressive rock band, Papadosio creates the sound of new age technology merging with mesmerizing instrumentation. Between the unfamiliar melodic sound and the element of production this tour has to offer, you will leave wanting more.

Listen to their latest album below: