APT stages Friday courtyard show
The APT program is having a show tonight from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. It is the last show of the year and will be hosted in McNary’s Courtyard.
This APT show is honoring the program's seniors tonight by having each band with a senior in it play 3 songs per set. Any bands without a senior participant will be playing 2 songs in tonight's show.
The show will start with the indie band Astrea and end with the hard metal band Deadringer, and will be hosting a total of 10 school bands.
Tonight's lineup will be Astrea, Latino Collective, Juke Box, Flight, Dead Ends, Photo, Bodhi and the Transformers, No Comply, and Deadringer.
Today's performers are looking forward to the new experience of a courtyard show.
Lewis Mann, the lead vocalist from Deadringer said “I’m excited, and I think out here is a great place to have a show. It’s also fun to see the talent of highschoolers, it’s crazy.”
Astrea’s Lucy Burroughs said, “I’ve never been in a show like this before, I think it’s going to be fun!”
Another Astrea member Kelsey Schmidt added, “I’m really excited about it! It’s our last show of the year, but I’m sad to see the seniors go.”
There will be a Pre-Show with a few bands starting at 4:45, so make sure to show up early!
Admission is free.