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By Stacey Lockett
Staff Writer

One of the biggest student events of the academic year comes to campus this year, and one of the biggest rappers in the industry will be on hand to help celebrate: the Grammy-Award winning 2 Chainz, who will appear at the StubHub Center, Friday, April 27.

2 Chainz, who has won a Grammy for best rap performance and been nominated for best rap song and album, is part of this year’s Spring Fling, held every year by the Associated Students Inc., of California State University, Dominguez Hills.

And the best thing? The concert is free for CSUDH students. It’s $20 for guests and students are encouraged to RSVP for tickets, or pay at the door. It’s required that guests can only attend by accompanying a CSUDH student, and students get only one guest.

Besides 2 Chains headlining the concert, there will be special DJ performances from Lenny Jones and Cameron Jackson, who are current CSUDH students. Enjoy the vendor booth where you can get your picture drawn and take advantage of the photo booths to take pictures with family and friends. There will be many different types of food trucks and alcoholic beverages for students 21 and over.

Parking is available at Lot 6 with your student campus-parking permit. It is recommended to park close to the StubHub Center, due to no re-entry after 7:45 p.m. After that time, the gates will close.

The concert is going to be held at the StubHub Center 18400 South Avalon Blvd, in the Pitch and Pale area on Friday, April 27 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. For further questions, contact ASI.



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