Joywave, the indie rockers from Rochester, are headlining UR Student Programming Board’s fall concert next Saturday in the Douglass Dining Hall ballroom.

Tickets go on sale at the Common Market in Wilson Commons next Monday — with a  $10-rate for students.

The band is perhaps best known for the song “Destruction,” a collaboration between it and the electronic group Big Data, which landed within the top 10 on Billboard’s alternative music charts in 2014.

Joywave has appeared on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” and played at Coachella in April.


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