Major Events

ETSU SGA Proudly Presents

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ETSU student tickets free and student guest tickets (up to 3) available for $15 October 14 through November 6, 2015.

ETSU staff /faculty tickets available for $15 (up to 4) October 21.

Students, staff and faculty tickets available only in D.P. Culp Center with valid I.D. and must pay with cash or I.D. Bucs.

Public tickets available online only beginning October 26, 2015 on this site. All ages show.

For disability accommodations, contact Disability Services at (423) 439-8346 by October 30. Accommodation requests made after this date cannot be guaranteed. For more event information call the SORC at 423-439-6633. 


The SGA sponsored the 2015 Welcome Week Concert on August 29, 2015 with Switchfoot and Colony House. 

Click here to see more photos by DoCo Photography / ETSU Photographic Services

  Switchfoot 1   Switchfoot 2

  Switchfoot 3   Switchfoot 4


The SGA was proud to host the 2015 Spring Major Concert on March 28 with T-Pain and guest Dev.

Click here to see more photos by ETSU Photographic Services

Click here to see more photos by Amber Edwards Photography

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ETSU Flag   T-Pain duo   T-Pain in ETSU Jacket


The SGA was proud to host the 2014 Homecoming Concert on October 26, 2014 with comedian Jim Gaffigan.

 Jim Gaffigan ETSU 2   Jim Gaffigan ETSU 1
  (Photos by ETSU University Photographic Services)

The SGA was proud to host the 2014 Welcome Week Outdoor Concert on Saturday, August 30 with                         The Resolute, We The Kings and Mayday Parade.

Click here to see more photos by ETSU Photographic Services



The SGA was proud to host the 2014 Spring Major Concert on Sunday, April 27 with

Old Crow Medicine Show & The Carolina Chocolate Drops.

                              Check out the time-lapse of the event.                                          Enlarge this awesome photo!                     

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 Every year, the Student Government Association sponsors major concerts on the ETSU main campus.

These events are held inside the Mountain States Health Alliance Athletic Center (Mini-Dome) or at Freedom Hall Civic Center but have occasionally been held outside.

The SGA Secretary of External Affairs chairs the ETSU Concert Committee. This committee is responsible for the planning, advertising, ticket distribution, set-up, staffing, and production of all the SGA major events. For more information on how to get involved with the concert committee or to volunteer, contact the Secretary of External Affairs at .

If interested in volunteering for a major concert, please email:  

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