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Arts & Entertainment Briefs 1/22


Disturbed to perform in Grand Rapids

Disturbed is bringing their “Take Back Your Life” tour to the Van Andel Arena on Jan. 22, alongside both Falling in Reverse and Plush. The night of heavy metal begins at 6:30 p.m., with tickets for the concert available on Ticketmaster

Stand-up comedy at downtown venue

Stand-up comedians Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper will perform at GLC Live at 20 Monroe in Grand Rapids on Jan. 25, as part of their “America, For The Last Time” tour.

Tickets are available online on the Experience GR website.

LGBT Resource Center to host Queer Jeopardy 

Grand Valley State University’s Milton E. Ford LGBT Resource Center is hosting a “Queer Jeopardy” competition on Jan. 24 from 5-7 p.m. Snacks and beverages will be provided for participants, as well as prizes for winners.

More information about Queer Jeopardy and future events at the resource center can be found on the center’s website

Open Minds Book Club to meet at Pew campus

The Open Minds Book Club will be reading and discussing “Rescuing Socrates: How the Great Books Changed My Life and Why They Matter For a New Generation” on Jan. 24 in the Richard M. DeVos Center’s Meijer Regency Room. The discussion will go from 4-6 p.m. and will include free copies of the book for the first 20 individuals to register for the event.

Guest recital performance comes to Allendale campus

 The Puget Sound Piano Trio will perform at Grand Valley State University’s Sherman van Solkema Recital Hall on Jan. 22, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Information about the trio is available on GVSU’s Department of Music, Theatre and Dance website.

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About the Contributor
Dylan Hoffius, Arts and Entertainment Editor
Dylan Hoffius is the Lanthorn's Arts & Entertainment Editor for the Winter 2024 semester. He previously worked as an Arts & Entertainment staff writer during the Fall 2023 semester. Dylan is a senior at Grand Valley State University, majoring in journalism, broadcast, and digital media, with aspirations to critique film and write for a sports and pop-culture outlet after graduation. He loves to watch movies at the theater, play disc golf and cheer for Michigan-based sports teams, specifically the Lions and Pistons. Follow his Letterboxd account for unbiased movie reviews and rankings. Graduating Winter 2024 Major: Journalism, Broadcast, and Digital Media