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Alan Walker Experiences College with Up and Up Festival

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Currently, one of top DJs, Alan Walker, hopped off one of the smallest planes in Pullman, Washington. The Faded DJ performed for Washington State University students at Etsi Bravo on Monday, April 23. Up and Up Festival is a student-won and student-run concert series. The festival started in 2016 with headliner Cash Cash, and featuring Alan Walker and Gryffin for the 2017 and 2018 competition.

The Norweigan DJ got the full college experience during the visit to WSU. From seeing the cougar football home of Martin Stadium to even visiting the classic American fraternities (Lambda Chi Alpha) and sororities (Kappa Delta) on campus.

Photo: Mohammed Sarmadawy

Photo: Mohammed Sarmadawy

Alan played an intimate sold out show at Etsi Bravo, a change of scenery from sold out stadiums and music festivals. From playing his classics, Alone, Faded, All Falls Down to ending the night with a remix of Avicii’s Without You.

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