September 29, 2022

On Saturday, April 23, Wittenberg will hold its annual WittFest, a day full of free musical performances, food and activities for all students to celebrate the end of the school year. The lineup for this year’s musical entertainment was announced last week.
HOODIE2Hoodie Allen (Steven Adam Markowitz) will be the main WittFest performer.
Hoodie Allen is a rapper/hip-hop artist from Pennsylvania. Allen started professionally working on music in a duo with a childhood friend and rapper Obey City (Samuel Obey) before going solo.
He has released two full albums and three extended plays.
His singles include “All About It” (featuring Ed Sheeran), “Let It All Work Out,” “Cake Boy,” “Show Me What You’re Made Of” and “Fame is for Assh*les” (featuring Chiddy Bang, who was the mainstage performer for WittFest in 2014).
Hoodie Allen will take the stage at 9:30 p.m.
Leading up to his performance, students and groups will be performing. Kamila & Grace kick off the day’s musical activities at 11 a.m.
Just Eve goes on at 11:25 a.m. and WittMen Crew will perform at 1:40 p.m., to name a few, and Dayton’s comedy troupe Black Box Improv will also perform at 4:45 p.m.
Students intending to attend this year’s WittFest need to check their campus mailboxes. During the week leading up to the event, students will receive information regarding the day, in addition to their wristbands – which must be worn on WittFest day. Students are permitted to bring one guest to the event; students may pick up the guest wristbands at the W-tables in the student center
Monday (the 18) through Thursday (the 21) during regular lunch and dinner hours. If unable to make these times, the information desk student workers can distribute the guest wristbands. Students must show their ID to obtain guest wristbands.

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