Friday, September 6, 2019 at 3:00pm
Various locations on the Wesleyan University campus


Inspired by Fête de la Musique (also known as Make Music Day), the eighth annual The MASH festival highlights Wesleyan's student music scene, with multiple stages on campus featuring everything from a cappella ensembles to student and faculty bands from 3pm to 6pm. 



Fayerweather Beckham Hall
3pm: gonzo
3:20pm: sweetburger
4:10pm: Jackie Weo
4:50pm: g.flores
5:30pm: Mattabesset String Collective

World Music Hall
3:15pm: Quasimodal
3:30pm: audrey mills
3:50pm: the basukes
4:20pm: Rebecca Roff
5pm: la media chulla
5:40pm: Lopii
5:55pm: Baby Leelo

Patricelli ’92 Theater
3:10pm: livia wood
3:30pm: Pablo lee-davis
4pm: iris olympia
4:40pm: Philippe bungabong
5:20pm: ian etc.
5:50pm: Lily Gitlitz

Click here to join this event on Facebook. 

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Click here to check out the history of The MASH.

Listen to a conversation between Assistant Director for Programs Hanna Oravec and Chloe Malushaga '21 from the Center for the Arts Radio Hour. Featuring the tracks "Racecar Baby Racecar, Parts 1-3" from the 2019 album "Racecar Baby Racecar" by Jackie Weo (Matt Rubenstein '21) who performed at The MASH in 2018; "Emily, "Two Dreams," and "A Reading From The Crack-Up" from the 2018 album "Cocoon Year" by Novelty Daughter (Faith Harding ’14, Kuh-Lida, Chrystal Ghost, and Leaftype) who performed at The MASH in 2013; "get along" (2018) and "baby it's cold" (2019) by iris olympia (Iris Sackman '22) who performed at The MASH in 2018; and "The County Line," "Bedroom Fears," "Bram," and "Whateva Eva" from the 2016 album "MEG" recorded at Wesleyan's Red Feather Studios by MEG (Chris Reed '19, Meg West '19, and Jake Rogers '19) who performed at The MASH in 2017.