Icona Pop Concert Gave Students a Chance to Dance Tuesday

paige REVERB in the Press

Icona Pop, a Swedish disk jockey duo made up of Caroline Hjelt and Aino Jawo, took to the Ohio Room’s stage Tuesday night.

About 350 attended the concert, according to The Entertainment Network’s Director of Student Activities, Zach Clark.

Known for their top hit “I Love It,” the band creates music influenced by electronic, punk and indie pop genres.

Colleen Bones (junior, sociology) attended the concert after receiving two free tickets and said she would definitely see the band again.

“I only knew a couple of their songs going into it, but I still had a really good time,” Bones said. “I also really liked the opening act [Lowell]. I was actually just listening to them on Spotify.”

Icona Pop is touring with the Campus Consciousness Tour (CCT) by Reverb, which began eight years ago.

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