Local musicians play at Sunburn

Photo, taken from stage, of crowd smiling and waving, many with their hands in the air
Courtesy of KPH

On April 22, Lewis & Clark’s student-run radio station KPH hosted its annual music festival Sunburn in the Albany Quadrangle and Smith Hall. Students gathered, laid picnic blankets and danced with each other. 

This year’s lineup featured local bands Mr. Beautiful (formed by LC students), Simpleton, Pileup and Heaven Skate.

The highlight of the evening, however,  was indie folk singer Haley Heynderickx, a breakout Portland star who has been featured on NPR and whose song “Bug Collector” went viral on TikTok. Smith Hall quickly filled to capacity with fans, and many more stood outside to listen.

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