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UC concert bringing twenty one pilots with Juicy J

The duo twenty one pilots performs at a live show in Columbus, Ohio (Photo via Goal14ole). The duo twenty one pilots performs at a live show in Columbus, Ohio (Photo via Goal14ole).
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

One night only.

That's the message organizers have about the University of Cincinnati's spring concert. One Night Only Fest, or O.N.O. Fest for short, will bring twenty one pilots, Juicy J, and special guests NONONO and Hunter Hunted to perform at Fifth Third Arena on Saturday.

The annual concert is planned by UC's Programs and Activities Council (PAC), a student run organization that puts together free events on campus. Brittany Morgan, one of PAC's concert chairs, said the group wanted this year's spring show to stand out.

Morgan said the group typically goes for the biggest name they can find that will fit in the budget, and feedback from students is always about 50-50.

"Instead of bringing one big act, [we thought] let's bring two great current acts that are happening right now," Morgan said.

It's the first multi-genre concert for PAC. Rapper Juicy J will take the stage followed by the alternative duo twenty one pilots from Columbus, Ohio.

And Morgan said the O.N.O. Fest response has been overwhelmingly positive, dubbed #ONOFest on social media.

Tickets for students are $10 with a UC ID and $25 for the general public, plus a $2 service fee. Purchase tickets at www.catstix.com.

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