Here are just a few of the many exciting events that ASUCD hosts each year. For more information and updates on upcoming events, follow us on all social media platforms @asucdofficial.
Start fall quarter off with a bang by going to Sunset Fest, ASUCD’s yearly concert. Kicking off the school year, Sunset Fest is a concert that will light up your night. Full of student performances and headlined by a musical star, get some free swag and enjoy the vibes at Sunset Fest.
A Night to End Campus Hunger
Courtesy of the ASUCD Pantry and Aggie Compass, A Night to End Campus Hunger is your chance to spend a night at the CoHo in support of increasing food security for students on campus. Help end food insecurity on campus and support the community!
Mental Health Conference
Hosted by ASUCD Housing Advising for Undergraduate Students (HAUS), Housing Week is the perfect time to learn about housing options in Davis and find a place where you belong. The entire week of events will leave you feeling confident and secure about housing turning a stressful experience into a breeze. Following the week of events, there will be a final Housing Fair on the 28th!
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With 200 events and over 70,000 attendees, Picnic Day is UC Davis’s world-famous open house and often the most anticipated day of the school year. The largest student-run event in the nation, Picnic Day is full of special activities from dawn to dusk. A group effort between students, faculty, and the community, Picnic Day is like one big talent show; Everyone is there to celebrate what makes Davis unique as a community.
Picture this: the stars are shining above you, you’ve got Davis grass under your toes, and the musical vibes are absolutely unmatched. Lawntopia, the annual spring quarter concert hosted by Entertainment Council (EC), is all this and more. On Friday, April 28, 2023, from 7:00 pm–10:00 pm, join EC on the UC Davis Quad for a historically star-studded event that you won’t want to miss!
Whole Earth Festival
A small art class project-turned festival, ASUCD’s Whole Earth Festival (WEF) is now a mainstay in the UC Davis community, bringing over 30,000 visitors to the Quad every year. A zero-waste event, WEF is a weekend to remember. With multiple stages featuring accomplished musicians and local rising stars, WEF is the perfect place to thrift for sustainable art and clothing as well as to bond with some amazing people over great food.