Hunter Hunted and NONONO will open
The band Twenty One Pilots
will perform at Bellarmine University's annual Hillside concert on Friday, April 4, at 7:30 p.m. in Knights Hall. The concert is presented by the Bellarmine Activities Council
and will be open to the public.
Twenty One Pilots (credit: Lindsey Byrnes)
Twenty One Pilots, based in Columbus, Ohio, consists of frontman Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun.
The band formed in 2009, and released a full-length album, "Vessel," in 2013, after two self-released albums in 2009 and 2011. "Vessel," which merges elements of hip-hop, indie rock and punk, climbed to 58 on the Billboard 200 album chart last year.
This year, Hillside will feature two opening acts: NONONO
, a Swedish band fronted by Stina Wappling, and Hunter Hunted
, a California-based band founded a year ago by some former members of Lady Danville.
Tickets go on sale to the public on March 1 for $15. A pre-sale for current Bellarmine students begins on February 12, with tickets available for $5. Tickets will be available in Bellarmine's online box office at http://www.BellarmineTickets.com
Hillside is a spring concert series at Bellarmine, named for its original location on the hill behind the University Dining Hall. Past performers include Maroon 5, Gloriana, Phillip Phillips, Sara Bareilles, Live, Blessid Union of Souls, Matt Nathanson and Mat Kearney.
For more information, contact Emelia Dunston, director of student activities for campus programming, by email
"Holding on to You" by Twenty One Pilots