|Location(s)||UC San Diego|
Hullabaloo is an annual campus music festival at the University of California San Diego. It has been a part of the university's Founders' Celebration every November since 2011, when it was created to replace its predecessor, FallFest.
Hullabaloo takes place in the University Center neighborhood of UC San Diego, just south of Price Center. Headliners perform on a stage erected in Town Square, with student organization booths and food trucks surrounding the square. The adjoining Matthews Quad is converted into a carnival area with four rides: the Kamikaze, the Zipper, the Round Up, and a zip line.
- 2011: Felix Cartal, Jokers of the Scene, DJ Philly, DJ Stu
- 2012: The M Machine, XV, Chris Kutz
- 2013: Chance the Rapper, Kennedy Jones, Ali, Jun
- 2014: Logic, Erik Hassle, Conway, Avery
- 2015: Lil Dicky, David Choi, The Young Wild
- 2016: Isaiah Rashad, Andrew Luce, Tennyson
- 2017: O.T. Genasis, courtship., Pham
- 2018: Saba, Vincent, Leland
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- Magallanes, Ana (November 6, 2017). "GoldLink to Headline at Seventh-Annual Hullabaloo Festival". The Triton. Retrieved March 3, 2018.
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