I remember a few years back when I believe the band was Saliva played on Central Campus, that was awesome!
Originally Posted by cyguytillidie
Stop hatin Tom.
VEISHEA isn't just awesome because you get really, really drunk. It's also fun because there are soooo many people just walking around completely *********. There is carnival food on campus. Live music north of campus. And the cops don't give a **** about what you do! It is sooo much different from just any other weekend.
Originally Posted by cyclonedave25
I think 2006 and 2007 were the best VEISHEA's ever since the 04 riots. Those years had weather in the 70-80's with sunny skies, good concerts spread around central campus on 3 different stages, and insane amounts of people. We had huge house parties on Welch and Wood st those years. Some of my favorite memories of college come from those 2 weekends. Oh how I miss that...
I saw things I never thought Id see at VEISHEA. One particular story:
There was a party at my buddies apartment. It was rather large, I am guessing around 50-60 people. There was a beer bong. Now, not only were they using the beer bong on the balcony, they were doing multi level beer bongs on the Balcony facing Stanton at Cyclone Plaza. The cops were right there below them. The roomate goes to take the beer bong inside and drops it.....off the 3rd floor balcony.......onto the cops head. Then you may ask: how many tickets were given out? Zero. The cop laughed, took the bong and never showed up to the door or anything. I was amazed.
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