Alumna-fronted band Rituals of Mine returns home to Sacramento

It’s been a busy few months for the Sacramento State alumna-fronted band Rituals of Mine.

The electronic duo of alumna Terra Lopez (’07, English) and Dani Fernandez, formerly known as Sister Crayon, changed its name before launching a national tour last summer that took it to some of the West Coast’s biggest venues. Their major-label debut, Devoted, was released in September.

Now, they’re coming home. Rituals of Mine are the first headliners in the 2017 Concerts in the Park, a series of free shows in Cesar Chavez Plaza that kicks off May 5.

Next show – 5.5.17 in our hometown. See you soon Sacramento. #DEVOTED

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To learn more about Lopez and Rituals of Mine’s long and sometimes challening journey from experimental electronic project to major-label mainstay, check out our July profile of the duo in the Made at Sac State blog.

More information can be found at godowntownsac.com/concerts-in-the-park/.

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Author: Jonathan Morales

Writer and content producer at Sacramento State, writing about all things Made at Sac State.

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