Coin and B.o.B to appear as separate concerts tonight

Tonight, students can see Coin and B.o.B at their respective concert locations.


Auburn, Ala. (EETV) -  As the first week of classes nears its completion, students can look forward to kicking off the weekend with two free concerts.

Beginning at 6 p.m. on the student center greenspace, the up-and-coming American indie pop band COIN will be featured during a block party hosted by the University Program Council (UPC).

Formed one state up in Nashville, Tennessee, COIN is quickly rising to fame with their hit single “Talk Too Much” from this year’s newly released album “How Will You Know if You Never Try.”

With a recent appearance in May at Gulf Shores, Alabama, for the college festival favorite, Hangout Fest, and a claimed spot within this year’s line-up for the upcoming music festival, Music Midtown in Atlanta, Georgia, amongst various other touring locations, COIN is making its way into college playlists nationwide.  

This past year, UPC sent out a survey that asked students who they wanted to perform on the Plains. With last year’s success of Judah and the Lion, popular student request again pointed to genres of hip hop and alternative.

This will be COIN’s first appearance on the Plains.

Hosted by one of Auburn University’s oldest fraternities, Alpha Tau Omega (ATO), the American rapper B.o.B will be appearing tonight at ATO’s house.

Admission will be wristband determined and is subject to change. B.o.B is scheduled to perform at approximately 10 p.m.

ATO’s house can be found on 800 Lem Morrison Dr, Auburn, AL 36832.