Marybelle and Sebastian P. Musco Center for the Arts, Chapman University. Outdoors. alix page. Sun, Apr 2 | Gates 2pm | Show 3pm | FREE. Aitken Arts Plaza. Picture of alix

Musco Center presents:

Alix Page

Sunday, April 2, 2023 
Tobey Lynn: 3:00 p.m. | Alix Page: 4:15 p.m.

“Even though reminding of Phoebe Bridges gentle vulnerability and Billie Eilish’s raw lyricism, Alix’s soothing melancholia is one of a kind.” - Still Listening

Reflecting on life’s various heartbreaks, 21-year-old alt-pop singer-songwriter Alix Page spins her personal experiences into vulnerable, diary-esque recollections. Her plaintive guitar playing and wistful singing resonated with the fanbase she managed to build solely online during the pandemic before selling out live shows two years later. Now, after completing tours with Gracie Abrams and ella jane,  a collaboration with Milk frontman, Mark McKenna, this OC-native and Orange County School of the Arts brings her talent back to Musco Center for this free show!

Opening for Alix is singer/songwriter Tobey Lynn. From dancey anthems to intimate ballads, indie pop jams to lo-fi grooves, Tobey Lynn’s music is the up-and-down soundtrack to your coming-of-age movie. This 21-year-old Chapman junior has 1,000,000+ streams on Spotify and is on the precipice of her new "gritty, grungy, with tastes of pop star glitter" era as she is set to release her newest single, "LOSER."

This is a free, non-ticketed event inside Musco Center, but reservations are required.

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