Colby College Fall Concert 2019 with MadeinTYO, Sage the Gemini, and Specia...

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Wadsworth Gymnasium

4900 Mayflower Hill Drive

Waterville, ME 04901

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The Colby College Student Programming Board is proud to present The Fall Concert with MadeinTYO, Sage the Gemini, and Special Guest Caleborate!

This event will take place on Saturday, October 12, 2019. Guests must present a valid College ID or State ID at the door. All Guest and General Public must be 18+ to attend.


Doors: 7:30 p.m.

Show: 8:30 p.m.

Doors Close: 10:00 p.m.


All patrons should park in the Lower Athletic Lot off of Mayflower Hill Drive.


  • All ticket orders are non-refundable.

  • All attendees must present a College ID or State ID at the door. NO EXCEPTIONS

  • All persons, bags, and personal items are subject to inspection before entering the event venue. No bag or item larger than 8"x5"x2" will be permitted inside.

  • The following items are also prohibited: hard-sided coolers, cans, bottles, glass containers of any kind, alcoholic beverages, illegal substances, lighters, vaporizers, paraphernalia, firearms, noise-making devices, sign-poles, knives, box cutters, tools of any kind (including Leathermen), or any item that could be used as a weapon, pepper spray, Mace, any commercial audio/visual equipment and any sign, costume, clothing or item that may be deemed offensive.

  • Cameras and video cameras are not permitted.

  • Attendees will NOT be able to store any prohibited items at the venue.

  • Exiting and re-entering the venue is not permitted.

  • Smoking is prohibited on all of campus. Vaporizers, e-cigarettes, e-pens and any paraphernalia will be confiscated and discarded.

  • Any attendee that directly or indirectly interferes with the enjoyment of the show will be promptly ejected from the venue and may be subject to arrest and prosecution by the Waterville PD. Attendees are also reminded that anyone observed with offensive articles included signs, shirts, hats, etc. may be asked to remove/discard them. Failure to comply with such a request will result in immediate ejection from the venue.

  • All attendees are expected to comply with Colby College's Code of Conduct. Failure to do so may result in ejection from the event. Colby College does not condone misbehavior of any kind.

  • Attendees may be asked to go through metal detectors or pat-downs from local law enforcement.

  • The College reserves the right to remove anyone from the venue given reasonable justification without option of refund.

  • Purchasing of a ticket is considered agreement with the above terms and terms listed on the purchased ticket confirmation e-mail.



Atlanta GA has long been known as a fertile ground for musical talent, where many creative cliques have formed to spin off groundbreaking artists like Outkast from Dungeon Family or Cee Lo Green from Goodie Mob. ATL's latest rising star MadeInTYO (pronounced Made In Tokyo) comes to us by way of his young collective known as The Private Club of which he is CEO.

MadeinTYO, does not have your typical rapper backstory -- born Malcolm Davis, son of a Naval Officer, he moved around frequently until his family landed in Tokyo for his high school years. Influenced by the foreign culture around him and inspired by his brother Rizzy (a successful rapper in his own right) MadeinTYO began to take music seriously. He uploaded a song to his brother's page and a movement was born.

So far, armed with mostly with a batch of songs scattered across SoundCloud and some online videos to his name, MadeinTYO has managed to carve out a spot for himself amongst Future, Young Thug, and Migos in the crowded Atlanta hip-hop scene. His bass-heavy production is sonically right in line with the street sensibilities of the south but his style is more playful and breezy than most of his contemporaries.

His debut single "Uber Everywhere" is quickly gaining momentum amassing almost 4 million video views so far. And whether it's remixes from Travis Scott or Tory Lanez, Snapchats from Bryson Tiller and Kylie Jenner or fashion shows by Kanye West -- MadeinTYO seems to be getting love from the who's who of pop culture.

With an EP slated to drop this summer, MadeinTYO is not planning to "ride" solely on the success of "Uber." He already has a slew of material ready to go: like the aspirational anthem "I want" which already has it's own A$AP Mob remix or his joint project with Metroboomin called "MadeinBoomin." The crew might be called The Private Club, but MadeinTYO is poised to inspire the masses become part of this inner circle. You know what they say -- membership has its privileges.

Sage The Gemini

Success doesn't come easily for anybody. Since day one, persistence has been the name of the game for Bay Area rapper Sage The Gemini.

When he made the decision to rap, nobody would help him. He'd bring rhymes to his peers for beats, and no one jumped at the chance to collaborate. So, he went even harder and he did everything himself. By the age of 14, he had taught himself how to create beats, produce, and even mix and master. He'd become a wholly self-sufficient artist before tenth grade. Now 21, he recalls, "All I cared about was music. I would stay up all night working on tracks and go to school tired. It didn't matter. I wanted to be heard."

Inspired by everyone from Chris Brown and Usher to Jay-Z and Pharrell, he studied various genres inside and out. That determination and dedication eventually yielded a viral sensation.

In 2008, he dropped his first online track "You Should Know" on MySpace. It became a viral hit, generating over three million views and buzzing amongst listeners worldwide. Joining up with the famed crew HBK Gang, the Bay Area began to embrace him as he performed countless gigs, developed a local presence, and honed a sound of his own.


In the pocket with nuanced, reflective bars or riding atop sunny, soulful bounce, Sacramento-born, Berkeley-bred Caleborate’s sharp, deft flow, gripping narratives, and charismatic, infectious energy paints a vivid portrait of life as a Northern Californian 20-something.

Lauded by Pigeons & Planes as “smart, introspective hip hop” and deemed “one of the most promising spitters out right now” by XXL, the 25-year-old carefully assembles a kaleidoscoping mosaic of love and heartbreak, weed smoke and college loans, family ties and simmering ambitions, triumph and loss – from the cinematic vistas of the Oakland hills to visceral childhood memories.

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Wadsworth Gymnasium

4900 Mayflower Hill Drive

Waterville, ME 04901

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