EARTHGANG in the Hub

EARTHGANG in the Hub

AS Program Board Presents… Earthgang in the Hub!

(Use your PERM NUMBER as the PASSCODE)


Meet Earthgang. Olu (Johnny Venus) and WowGr8 (Doctur Dot). Co-founders of Spillage Village (includes members such as 6LACK, J.I.D., Mereba, and more). This dynamic duo has also drawn numerous comparisons to legendary pairing, Outkast.

Join us in welcoming hip hop in its purest form. As part of their headlining tour, Earthgang will be making a pit-stop in the hub. Unapologetically themselves, Earthgang describes their brand as freedom and loves “spreading awareness and just holding natural conversations with people.”

Earthgang’s wide-ranging debut, Shallow Graves For Toys, peaked at #11 on the 2012 Billboard Emerging Artists chart. This album includes a huge variety of stars, from folk singers like Marian Mereba to producers 808 Mafia (i.e. Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka Flame).

J.I.D, Young Thug, J. Cole, Smino, Saba, Kehlani – just a few of the artists that have collaborated with the duo. Nearly 4 million monthly Spotify listeners and over 100 million streams, this is not a show you want to miss.

PSA: Student pricing for tickets is NOT available at the door, so don’t wait!

Check out EARTHGANG below!


Tickets can be purchased online and at the AS Ticket Office (between the MCC and the UCen).
Free Tuesday Films Fall 2019

Free Tuesday Films Fall 2019

AS Program Board Presents. . .

Free Tuesday Films at IV Theater!

Join AS Program Board for Fall 2019’s Free Tuesday Films featuring these nine films listed below! Screenings will take place on Tuesday evenings at 7 and 10 pm in IV Theater.
<br. UCSB Access Cards Required for Entry!

10/1 Men in Black International
10/8 Yesterday
10/15 The Farewell
10/22 Annabelle Comes Home
10/29 Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
11/5 Hobbs & Shaw
11/12 Blinded by the Light
11/19 The Kitchen
11/26 Student Choice Holiday Film
SAVE THE DATE: Delirium 2019!

SAVE THE DATE: Delirium 2019!

AS Program Board Presents. . .


Gauchos, you are not ready for this year’s Delirium… Stay tuned to see who will headline for our 5th annual Delirium concert! 🎉

This show is a “Gauchos Only” event – Tickets are only available to current UCSB Students with a valid Access Card. No physical tickets will be printed, your ticket will be loaded onto YOUR Access Card. NO Exceptions.


AS Program Board presents…

Roy Blair in the Hub


Roy Blair is a 21-year-old artist born and raised in Pasadena, California. He first emerged as a BROCKHAMPTON affiliate and contributor on Kevin Abstract’s American Boyfriend: A Suburban Love Story. Following the release of American Boyfriend, and a year on the road with BROCKHAMPTON as featured on HBO’s Viceland show, American Boyband, Roy moved onto a solo career.

He most recently released his debut album, Cat Heaven, which straddles the slacker, guitar-led sounds of the early aughts, with the punch and energy of todays Hip-Hop. After its release, Roy Blair fans seemed to proliferate out of thin air, and in just a month he had emerged as an internet darling.

His first solo live show, performed to a sold-out Echo, took LA by storm and helped ignite a fandom reminiscent of the Bieber takeover. Since then, Cat Heaven has been streamed over 6.5 million times across Spotify and Apple Music.
College Bowling Night at Zodo’s

College Bowling Night at Zodo’s

Hi Gauchos!
Join us for College Night FREE BOWLING at Zodo’s on July 17th! Bring your access card for entry at the door.

Zodo’s-Bowling & Beyond
5925 Calle Real, Goleta, CA 93117
Free Noon Storke Show: Hana Vu

Free Noon Storke Show: Hana Vu

AS Program Board Presents… A Free Noon Storke Show featuring Hana Vu!

Join us for an afternoon with free music, yerba mates and KIND bars 🎶
TOKiMONSTA in the Hub

TOKiMONSTA in the Hub

AS Program Board Presents… TOKiMONSTA in The Hub!

Tickets can be purchased online and at the AS Ticket Office (between the MCC and the UCen) ON-SALE: Thursday, May 2nd @ 10:00am.

Ticket Prices: $14 Student / $22 General Admission / $24 Doors (FOR STUDENT PRICING YOUR PERM # IS THE PROMO CODE)

TOKiMONSTA is a Grammy Nominated American record producer and DJ from Los Angeles known for her unique take on indie electronic/r&b/dance music. Her influences are far-reaching — hip-hop, R&B, experimental electronic, classical, K-pop — from which she creates vast textural soundscapes and striking instrumentals.

For nearly a decade, TOKiMONSTA has been working non-stop. After getting her start making beats in her dorm room, TOKiMONSTA became the first female to join Flying Lotus’s crew/label BRAINFEEDER in 2010, released an album with Ultra in 2013, started her own label, Young Art Records, in 2014, and notched up a ton of collaborations with artists including Anderson. Paak — all the while touring and dropping new projects and EPs at a consistent rate. TOKiMONSTA was also featured on various large-scale radio programs such as BBC Radio1 (UK), NPR (USA), BBC World Service (UK), and KCRW (LA) to name a few. Subsequently, she was covered by DJ Mag, Pitchfork, The Guardian, XLR8R, Paper, LA Times, Dazed and Confused, SPIN, Wax Poetics, MTV, VIBE, Billboard, and Rolling Stone.

TOKiMONSTA tours the world regularly as a live performer. She participated in the prestigious Red Bull Music Academy in London in 2010. In the summer of 2012, she was apart of the Full Flex Express tour, the first electronic music themed train tour that traveled across Canada with Skrillex, Diplo, Pretty Lights, and Grimes. Some notable past performances were at Coachella, Sonar Barcelona, DEMF, WMC, Electric Zoo, SxSW, Camp Bisco, and Decibel Festival.

TOKiMONSTA was diagnosed with Moyamoya disease in late 2015. After undergoing two brain surgeries, she briefly lost language and comprehension skills. Once these were regained, she eventually began creating music again. Four months after overcoming her surgeries, TOKiMONSTA played Coachella and went on to make history as the first female Asian-American producer to receive a Grammy nomination in the best dance/electronic album category for her 2017 album, “Lune Rouge.”


LISTEN TO TOKiMONSTA Soundcloud: Spotify: Youtube: Facebook: Instagram: @tokimonsta

RESTRICTIONS NO RE-ENTRY. No backpacks, large bags, skateboards, bottles, cans, knives, glow sticks, lasers, alcohol, animals, illegal substances, wallet chains, recording devices, projectile items, stage diving, crowd surfing, or moshing. Any person engaged in violent conduct or endangering others will be removed from the venue.
Save The Date: Extravaganza 2019

Save The Date: Extravaganza 2019

mark 👏 your 👏 calendars 👏
Extravaganza is back May 19th. keep your eyes peeled forlineup + more info coming soon 👀
David Hogg: Engage in Change

David Hogg: Engage in Change

AS Program Board presents… David Hogg: Engage in Change on May 21st at 7 p.m in Campbell Hall.

Student Tickets Available Monday, May 6th
General Tickets Available Monday, May 8th

Tickets Available at AS Ticket Office or

David Miles Hogg is an American author and student who survived the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida on February 14, 2018 which was described by several media outlets as a possible tipping point for gun control legislation. Hogg also co-founded the March For Our Lives Movement in support of stronger gun violence prevention measures with over 880 sibling events throughout the United States and around the world.

Hogg is known nationally as a gun control advocate and an activist against gun violence in the United States. He is one of 20 founding members of Never Again MSD, a gun control advocacy group led by Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students. In conjunction with his gun control advocacy, Hogg has helped lead several high-profile protests, marches, and boycotts. He has also been a target and scapegoat of several conspiracy theories and right-wing accusations. With his sister, he wrote a book titled #NeverAgain: A New Generation Draws the Line that made the New York Times bestseller list. They have pledged to donate all income from the book to charity. Hogg plans to attend Harvard University in fall 2019.