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Spring 2014 Events

Films Presents: Annie Halle
Neurotic New York comedian Alvy Singer falls in love with the ditsy Annie Hall.
Wednesday & Thursday, April 16th & 17th
7pm, Greenbriar
C.A.S.E Presents: Spring Wine Down
Come enjoy CASE's second annual Spring Winedown! This year's event will feature
some of ASU's own talent as well as the Chapel Hill based poet, Kane Smego! You sign up to perform ahead of time in the APPS Office!
Wednesday, April 16th
7pm-9pm, Whitewater Cafe
Stage Shows Presents: The Movement ft. Nomadic
Join us for one of the funkiest bands around, Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band is back in Boone!
The Movement is Joshua Swain, Jason "Smiles" Schmidt, and Gary Jackson. Born in Columbia, South
Carolina but later based out of Philadelphia and then San Diego, reggae-rock group The Movement was
formed in 2004 by a trio of Sublime and Pixies fans. Mixing their two collective favorites, along with
a slew of other reggae and rock influences, Joshua Swain, Jordan Miller, and John Ruff aka DJ Riggles
launched The Movement with their "alternative reggae" debut, 2004's "On Your Feet." Two years later,
Riggles left the band, but Swain and Miller soon met Chris DiBeneditto, a Philadelphia-based producer
who had worked with like-minded acts like Slightly Stoopid and G. Love & Special Sauce. Relocating to
Philadelphia, the duo recorded 2008's "Set Sail" at Dibeneditto's Philadelphonic Studios. Gary Jackson
joined the group on drums and Jason "Smiles" Schmidt joined on bass, but in 2012, Jordan Miller left
the group. This trio version of The Movement released "Side By Side" in 2013; debuting at number
two on the Billboard Reggae Chart.
Wednesday, April 16th
9:00pm, Legends
$8 ASU students in advance - $11 public and at the door  Buy Tickets
C.A.S.E. Presents: Blue Mountain Student
Documentary Film Festival
Co-Sponsored by: The Appalachian Heritage Council
This annual documentary film festival is free and open to all ASU  faculty, staff, and students
as well as the general population! The festival will feature all student produced films and a
prize will go to the best film of the night!
Wednesday, April 23rd
6:00pm-8:00pm, Parkway Ballroom
Heritage Presents: Moonshine to the Finish Line
"Moonshine to The Finish Line" is a documentary film about the wild early days of stock car 
racing in America. "Moonshine" features legends like Junior Johnson and Booby Allison,
as well as stories of whiskey, women, and wild animals in odd places.
Thursday, April 24th
7:00pm, Greenbriar
Special Events Presents: Spring Fling 2014
APPS Special Events presents our annual event, Spring Fling! The event will take place on Sanford Mall
from 11am-3pm on April 25th. This year at Spring Fling we will have a wrecking ball, tie-dye, velcro
wall, henna tattoos, and zen gardens! 90.5 WASU will have a live broadcast and free pizza will be
provided by SGA, so be sure to get here early while it lasts! As always, our events are 100% free
open to the public so we hope to see you there!

Friday, April 25th
11am-3pm, Sanford Mall
Stage Shows Presents: Beats Antique with Sean Hayes
Electronic/World fusion dance trio Beats Antique brings you their new album and multi-media touring
show A Thousand Faces, a journey beyond the sonic realm that's part odyssey, part genre-warping rock
opers. The album is an epic two-volume adveture that follows every stage of Joseph Campbell's hero's 
journey with sweeping and lushly textured new compositions. While the fully immersive show will carry
audiences through the complete journey, A Thousand Faces - Act 1 represents just the first half of the 
monomyth, with the second volume due out next spring.
Tuesday, April 29th
Doors at 9:00pm, Legends
$16 ASU students in advance - $20 public & at the door Buy Tickets
Tickets for an event can be purchased in advance at the Information Center in the PSU across for Cascades with cash, credit card, or by using your App Express account. Tickets may also me purchase online here.