2019 Collis Mainstage Artists

Gold Coast isn't the only place to find live music during Green Key Weekend. Throughout the weekend, up-and-coming national artists and student bands take the stage on the Collis Patio - presented by Collis Governing Board and Collis. And it's all free to you -  your own mini-music festival. Check out the line-up here on Spotify.

ELLEY DUHÉ- 9pm Saturday

With over 6 Million monthly listeners on Spotify, Elley Duhé’s voice carries Zedd’s massive hit “Happy Now” and Gryffin’s popular “Tie Me Down.” Building on the success of these collaborations, Elley released her debut EP Dragon Mentality in 2018, and was named a VEVO DSCVR Artist to Watch for 2019. 

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Elley Duhé
Phony Ppl

PHONY PPL - 7:45PM Saturday

A stylistically adventurous band rooted in R&B and hip-hop, Phony Ppl landed on Billboard's Heatseeker's chart in 2015 with their debut album. Since then they have performed with Erykah Badu and the Roots, and held a residency at the Blue Note Jazz Club. Their sophomore album mō’zā-ik. was released on October 19, 2018.

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Handsome Ghost - 6:30pm Sat

Boston-based electronic pop act Handsome Ghost emerged in 2014 as the project of singer/songwriter Tim Noyes. After transitioning from indie folk to downtempo synth pop HG made a splash with their first single, the bright and dreamy "Blood Stutter." This success earned HG touring dates with artists including Misterwives and BØRNS.

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Handsome Ghost
Animal Years

Animal Years - 5:15PM Saturday

Brooklyn-based indie folk trio Animal Years creates irresistibly anthemic, unfailingly uplifting songs, rangings from the fist-pumping infectiousness of "Caroline" to the introspective warmth of "Friends."  Their catchy, emotionally direct songwriting and exuberant live performances have earned them spots on tour with Blues Traveler and festival stages like Firefly.

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Andy Suzuki & The Method - 4:30pm Friday

NYC-based songwriters Andy Suzuki & Kozza Olatunji-Babumba have been making music together since they met at Brown University. The band's dynamic live show has led to performances supporting artists like Sister Hazel, Kina Grannis, Eric Hutchinson, and Marc Broussard.  Their bluesy rock sound has earned fans on floating festival The Rock Boat, as well as SXSW and Voodoo Festival.

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Andy Suzuki & the Method
Cole Davidson

Cole Davidson - 3:30PM Friday

Through a number of opening performances, including recent dates for Animal Years, Cole Davidson has won fans at notable northeast venues such as Higher Ground and Nectar’s in his hometown of Burlington, VT.

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