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STORIFY: The Culture Shock experience, as told through Twitter

Local psych-pop band High Fiber opens during WIUX’s 2017 Culture Shock Music Festival Saturday afternoon in Dunn Meadow. The event featured artists such as Noname, SALES, and Post Animal.
Local psych-pop band High Fiber opens during WIUX’s 2017 Culture Shock Music Festival Saturday afternoon in Dunn Meadow. The event featured artists such as Noname, SALES, and Post Animal.

WIUX brought a diverse lineup of artists including Noname, SALES, FlasherCG and Post Animal to headline this year’s Culture Shock music festival. Indiana Daily Student reporter Kathryn Jankowski [@KathrynJanko56] scored an exclusive interview with Post Animal's Joe Keery, aka, Steve from Netflix's "Stranger Things." 

Here's what Dunn Meadow looked like on Twitter:  

Want to know more about WIUX or Culture Shock? Read our full preview here, which features interviews with WIUX directors and TJ Jaeger of House Olympics.

Note: IDS Creative Director Emily Abshire and IDS photographer Emily Miles are also WIUX directors. They are not involved in the planning or editing of our Culture Shock coverage. 

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