October 14th, 2013 at 1:19 pm
Every year, students at the University of Arkansas gather to determine what artist(s) they should bring to campus.
It appears they’ve made their decision.
According to a tweet from the University of Arkansas’ Headliner Concerts Committee account, rapper Mac Miller and indie rockers The Neighborhood will join forces for a show on Nov. 7 at Barnhill Arena on the UA campus.
The event appears to follow suit with previous Headliner Concerts Committee events. A limited number of free tickets will be distributed to UA students as a nod to the student fees dollars that go into producing the shows. Also, tickets for the general public and students not lucky enough to score one of the free tickets go on sale at a date nearer to the show.
According to a release published this morning by the university, tickets can be claimed in three waves: at 7 a.m. Wednesday (Oct. 16) via online reservations for students; again at 7 a.m. Oct. 25 for students; and on Friday (Oct. 18) via the Walton Arts Center box office for the general public.