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KWVA 30th Anniversary Show

Event Date/Doors Open: 
Friday, May 26, 2023 - 7:00pm
Event Time: 
May 26, 2023 - 8:00pm
$12 Advance, $15 Day of Show
Student ID: $10 Advance, $12 Day of Show

On Friday May 26th, the Community Center for the Performing Arts proudly hosts KWVA's 30th Anniversary Show, featuring Biblioteka, The Happys, and Daniyel.  


Led by singer/bassist Mary Robins, Biblioteka blends grunge, punk, and garage to create hooky punk and upbeat rock. Boisterous shows and high-energy performances have become the band’s trademark. Austin Town Hall describes single track "Tick Tock" as "very The Hives vibe with a touch of 60s era garage/fuzz rock." Biblioteka released their debut full-length album Pretty Ugly in 2022 via Freakout Records.

The Happys

Channeling classic rock, grunge, and surfy feel-good-vibes, San Francisco combo, The Happys acquired a fast growing fanbase with their catchy rowdy live performances. Embodying a vulnerability, euphoria setting their honest painful feelings of addiction to a wildly joyful surf-grunge sound.

The Happys found themselves sharing the stage with artists such as Sublime with Rome, Hobo Johnson, Mad Caddies, Agent Orange, sensi trails & Del the Funky Homosapien. And have been featured on Alt105, Jam in the Van, NPR and


Daniyel’s ability to make art that’s truthful to his experiences is one of the many reasons why a local Portland publication has deemed him the next big thing. Nicknamed The Kosher Boy because of his half-Jewish heritage, the word Kosher is tattooed on him to represent “real” and “authentic.” 

While the all-around creative lists Drake, Kanye West, and Childish Gambino as his hip-hop influences, he’s a big fan of Jim Carrey and visionary Steve Jobs, the latter’s words encouraging him to follow his dreams as an artist. In 2020, Daniyel put together his first project, Madison High, that explored the highs and lows of his journey through self-discovery. His latest project, 82, has racked up over 40 million streams and digs into his Portland roots and feel-good nostalgia, illustrated by the emotional “Lost Ones” and the energetic “It’s Ok.”

At just 21 years old, this multi-hyphenate talent can do it all, whether it’s crafting devastating ballads over downbeat traplines, creating his own brand, producing more tunes, or even making his own films.



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