Lauren Reiner opened Far Out Fest playing her own original songs and a cover of Taylor Swift’s ‘’Fearless.’’
Eshan Kumar, a fourth-year bioengineering student, blew bubbles while watching Far Out Fest performances.
Jherz had high energy as he performed ‘’In My Feelings Interlude’’ and ‘’Why We Get High.’’
Accompanied by her band, UCLA alumna Isabel ‘’Bel’’ Whelan performed covers and her own original melodies.
Third-year political science student Pragathi Guruprasad got the audience involved by having them clap along as she sang.
Eva B. Ross, a former Spring Sing winner, was accompanied by her band as she rocked out on her guitar with original songs.
Singer and songwriter Chel took to the stage and performed her new single “Amen.”
USC student Amir Kelly, accompanied by his fellow musicians, sang a cover of “Love Galore” by SZA.
Adobe House consists of singers, rappers and producers.
Adobe House came to fruition when a group of sophomores at the University of Arizona moved into a house together and started producing their own music.
Collar John solo raps with other Adobe House member FanningSystems, both of whom are from Southern California.
Danish Faizi is a rapper and producer for Adobe House from Pakistan who provided stylistic flow learned from international iterations of rap.
Fourth-year biology student Cole Heramb sings alongside vocalist Mariah Hill as UCLA graduate student Reese Rose plays the flute.
Heramb strums his guitar as smoke sporadically rises in the background.
Dark Dazey’s Mariah Hill sang front and center.
UCLA-based band Dark Dazey’s flutist Reese Rose performed flute solos throughout the set.
Based in Santa Ana, California, hip hop and jazz quintet Apollo Bebop featured guitarist Chris Trimmer.