Unplug for the night, grab some friends and join us April 9 at 8 p.m. in the Ohio Union Performance Hall for Buckeye Blackout’s annual concert.
Buckeye Blackout is a student organization that focuses on raising awareness about sustainability through art and music.
Rachel Skewer and Clayton Perry founded the organization as freshmen with the hopes that Buckeye Blackout would become a large campus event that brought light to sustainability. Clayton Perry, a founding member, explains “the whole idea is to get OSU students to contribute to one big night of energy conservation on the night of the concert, while we support our local and student performers.”
Buckeye Blackout’s annual concert is a free show and all they ask is that before you head over that you turn off your lights at home and unplug your appliances to conserve energy. The night will be filled with wonderful local musicians and bands, free giveaways and easy tips for leading a more sustainable life.
Click below for more information about Buckeye Blackout, their concert and how you can become involved.