Grab your friends and jump back in time at GobblerNights: Blast from the Past! Dance through the decades at the Silent Disco or challenge each other to old-school Pac-Man, Skeeball, and Indoor Laser Tag. Throwback snacks guaranteed! You won’t want to miss this totally rad throwback party!
We’re teaming up with the Virginia Tech Union again to bring you our annual Spring Concert, this year:
featuring Kash Doll
VT Student Price: $15
General Public Price: $25
Tickets will go on sale Friday, March 22, at noon in Squires Ticket Office and at 5:30pm online. You can only get the student price at Squires Ticket Office when you present your Hokie Passport. Each person may purchase up to two tickets.
The Virginia Tech Clear Bag Policy will be in effect for this event. Prohibited items include opened water bottles, food, electronic smoking devices (yes, leave your juuls at home), and professional cameras.
All media personnel looking to cover this event can send their requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
*This event is planned by the Concerts Committee of the Virginia Tech Union in collaboration with the Black Student Alliance at Virginia Tech (BSA)
For more information about our organizations, including membership and upcoming events, please visit our social media pages listed below:
VTU: Instagram and Twitter- @thevtu
BSA: Instagram and Twitter- @vt_bsa
Get to know your roots by way of an exciting step show! Watch and interact with the individuals of Step Afrika as they bring a a performance you won't want to miss!
Since its inception in 1994, Step Afrika's mission has been to preserve, expand and share the history of this highly energetic dance. Its members accomplish this through performance in theaters and communities along with award-winning arts education programs for more than 50,000 people annually.
BSA and the Pamplin Multicultural Diversity Council (PMDC) are teaming up to bring you a screening of BlackkKlansman. This film, directed by Spike Lee, is the story of Ron Stallworth, an African American police officer from Colorado Springs, CO, who successfully manages to infiltrate the local Ku Klux Klan branch with the help of a Jewish surrogate who eventually becomes its leader. Based on actual events.
FREE popcorn and snacks. Discussion afterward
The Black Student Alliance is proud to present Virginia Tech's annual Laugh Riot comedy show. This year's lineup features Jay Pharoah with special guest AJ Foster, and emcee Arvin Mitchell. Doors open at 6:00 p.m., show starts at 7:00 p.m.
Where: Graduate Life Center Auditorium
$5 - Virginia Tech Students
$10 - Virginia Tech Employees
$15 - Public
Tickets are available online at: https://tickets.artscenter.vt.edu/studentcenters/online/.
For Virginia Tech student/employee pricing, tickets must be purchased in person at the Squires Student Center Ticket Office. Hours are Monday-Friday 12-5pm.
This show will adhere to the Clear Bag Policy established by VT Athletics. Click here to learn more.