ASMSU and RHA partner to bring fall entertainment to campus
ASMSU has matched RHA's contribution of $85,000 towards bringing entertainment to the university after passing Bill No. 52-17.
The event has potential to reach up to 12,000 students, according to ASMSU.
Due to contractual obligations, ASMSU and RHA are unable to comment on the event's details.
Vice President for Special Projects Molly McGinnis said ASMSU hopes to keep ticket prices under $25 for students and that students will have the opportunity to buy tickets first.
During an ASMSU General Assembly meeting, the representatives voiced concerns about last years cancelation of the much anticipated Wiz Khalifa concert, that left students upset.
"We didn't work with RHA last year on something. We're doing that this year, this event will not fall through," Vice President for Internal Administration Jason Porter said.