Colorful disco lights and fist pumping music filled the dance floor on prom night Saturday, May 4. Throughout the night many different songs were played including student requests such as “Cherry Pie” by Poison and “Thrift Shop” by Mackelmore.
“The music was junk,” said Senior Charlie Weros. “I couldn’t even dance to it. I feel like last year the music was much better.”
As the night went on the DJ played different genres of music. Rap, Pop, and Country were the top three genres played.
“The music was good this year,” said Sophomore Haley Anderson. “It was loud enough. It got really good though at the end of the dance.”
While some students agree with Anderson, others thought that the music wasn’t as loud as it could be.
“It wasn’t as loud as I thought it would be,” said Senior Jake Kramber. “There was a lot of variety though.”
Some students’ music expectations weren’t met. However, most students agreed that their prom night was successful and a night to remember.
If you wanted music to dance to you need 80s pop like prince and michael jackson, george michael, among others
Cherry Pie was written and recorded by Warrant, not Poison.
prom this year is on the third