ASUCD Entertainment Council

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338 Memorial Union
M-F, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (by appointment)
entertainmentcouncil at
Mailing Address
347 Memorial Union, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616
[WWW] (Facebook Fan Page)
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Parent Organization
Associated Students of UC Davis (ASUCD)

eclogo.jpgThe Official Entertainment Council Logo.

The ASUCD Entertainment Council books concerts and film events on the UC Davis Campus. Most events are booked directly by the Entertainment Council, but the Council also assists campus clubs and off-campus promoters in booking events on campus.

For more information on our upcoming events as well as information on becoming a volunteer, visit the EC website, or like the EC Facebook page.


This UCD program receives ASUCD subsidies.

Event Photos

The Entertainment Council posts photos to their Facebook Page [WWW] and their official website [WWW]


2013-2014 Director
Ben Bryan

Current Events

For an updated events listing, check out the website [WWW]!

Previous Events

The ASUCD Entertainment Council is responsible for bringing/assisting in bringing famous musicians and artists such as:

Bon Iver, Drake, Steve Aoki, Tiesto, Snoop Dogg, Muse, Jason Mraz, The Pixies, The Shins, The Dead Kennedys, Toots and the Maytals, Cake, Cyndi Lauper, The Roots, The Advantage, Deerhoof, Pretty Girls Make Graves, Ozma, The Locust, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, The Decemberists, Jolie Holland, KRS-One, Mos Def, AFI, Keak Da Sneak, Voxtrot, Girl Talk, Self Against City, Zion I, and many more!

EC has shown countless films on and off campus, including:
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Pt. 2, Inception, The Dark Night, 500 Days of Summet, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Zombieland, Knocked Up, Disturbia, and The Kite Runner.


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When did the Entertainment Council die? Back in the day, they used to regularly bring loads of alternative music to campus and even big names like The Dead. It used to be far more active and not nearly as mainstream as it seems to be now. Could somebody please light a fire? —AlphaDog

More free shows in the CoHo! Expensive acts in Freeborn Hall are cool but most can't afford them. [wikipedia]NIN even asked the Entertainment Council not to advertise in The Aggie because they have a vested interest in selling non-student (read: more expensive) tickets.

2006-10-10 00:04:24   Sorry for the long delay in the update of this page. I know many of you have been anticipating the comeback of the EC. It's going to be a great year...fasho! —EmilyTung

2006-12-03 12:56:23   The Holiday Ham is going to be a great show, so be there! Also, we're in the process of organizing more shows, so check back often (or visit our website: [WWW] —TcheouNancy

2007-08-05 17:03:57   I really loved the Girl Talk show. I'd love it if you ran another show like that. —JoseBleckman

2009-06-02 00:27:10   I updated the page a bit, cleaned it up. I hope that this makes information easier to find. —trkerbavaz

2009-11-19 09:17:40   I wasn't sure what historical information I took out, but I went back to the version before I made any changes, and I pulled that info and put it under "Previous Events" —trkerbavaz

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