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WIUX announces Culture Shock to move to the IMU



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Elijah Pouges performs as brz and invites friends onto the stage to provide backing vocals and accompaniment during the annual Culture Shock Music Festival in 2018 in Rhino's Youth Center. This year's Culture Shock Music Festival will take place April 20. Andrew Williams Buy Photos

WIUX announced last night that its annual music festival Culture Shock has been moved inside the Indiana Memorial Union due to anticipated rain tomorrow.

The festival, which usually takes place in Dunn Meadow, will now be in the IMU’s Alumni Hall. The event will start at 12 p.m. tomorrow and will include more than nine hours of live music performances. Last year’s festival was also moved inside due to rain, but was held at Rhino’s Youth Center.

Artists for this year’s festival include Chicago rapper Saba, singer Black Belt Eagle Scout and Bloomington-based DJ group VD Collective.

Like past years, food trucks will still be available for Culture Shock attendees and will be parked on Seventh Street.

The event is still free and open to the public.

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