MAX to Headline La Roche College Spring Concert
New York City-born pop-soul singer MAX will perform at La Roche College’s spring concert on Friday, April 20.
In 2015 the “Lights Down Low” singer signed to Pete Wentz’s record label DCD2 and opened for Fall Out Boy on the group’s Boys of Zummer tour that same year. He has been featured in songs with artists such as Hoodie Allen and Rain Man with his current hit single, “Lights Down Low,” featuring gnash. Currently MAX is celebrating the success of “Lights Down Low” and his 2016 album “Hell’s Kitchen Angel.”
MAX will perform at Kerr Fitness & Sports Center in McCandless Township. Presented by the La Roche College Concert Council, the event also will feature Pittsburgh bands A Summer High and Vertigo. Tickets are available online and cost $15 for La Roche students, $25 for the public and $40 for VIP. The cost of VIP includes a show ticket with VIP seating, a concert T-Shirt, an exclusive 11x17 poster and a VIP lanyard.
The La Roche College Concert Council’s primary goal is to provide the opportunity for students to help bring quality music to the campus while learning the ins and outs of talent-buying and concert promotion. The organization is comprised of students, faculty and staff.
- April 20, 2018