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Sounds of the semester: Live music coming to Columbia this fall

Whether you're a first-year out-of-state student or a fourth-year student returning to campus for the last time or something in-between, this fall is a great opportunity to try new things and get to know a new side of Columbia through live music.

For those familiar with the city, the sounds of "Sandstorm" in Williams-Brice Stadium, cars honking on Assembly Street in 5 p.m. traffic and music playing on your AirPods while walking to class will continue, but Columbia also has some fresh sounds to offer as artists take the stage at venues throughout the city. To help you navigate the live music scene, the arts team has compiled a list of artists coming to Columbia this fall semester.

Jordan Davis — Sept. 21 at the Township Auditorium

Mae — Sept. 23 at New Brookland Tavern

Moon Taxi with The Stews — Sept. 28 at The Senate 

Chicago — Sept. 29 at the Township Auditorium

Declan McKenna — Oct. 1 at The Senate

The National Parks — Oct. 2 at New Brookland Tavern

Jonas Brothers — Oct. 10 at Colonial Life Arena

The Band CAMINO — Oct. 19 at the Township Auditorium

Stephen Marley — Oct. 21 at The Senate

The Capital City Blues Festival — Oct. 21 at Colonial Life Arena

The Brook & The Bluff — Oct. 30 at The Senate

ERNEST — Nov. 2 at The Senate

Jam Room Music Festival — Nov. 4 on Main Street

Toosii — Nov. 11 at the Township Auditorium

All-4-One — Nov. 11 at the Newberry Opera House

Six One Five Collective — Nov. 12 at the Newberry Opera House

JLCO with Wynton Marsalis — Nov. 28 at the Koger Center for the Arts

Samantha Fish and Jesse Dayton — Dec. 8 at The Senate

Yacht Rock Revue — Dec. 15 at the Township Auditorium