UMASS UPC SPRING CONCERT 2017
- Sun, April 23, 2017 7:00 PM Add to cal
All student tickets are only available at the Mullins Center Box Office with valid student ID.
UMass Amherst Undergraduates (3/24/17 on sale) - $15
UMass Amherst Graduates and 5-College Students (3/27/17 on sale) - $30
General Public (3/27/17 on sale) - $50
Doors open at 6:00PM
General Parking: $10 cash only, day of
Reserved Parking: $20 pre-purchased online only
**Please note floor tickets are for UMass Undergrad students only. A valid UMass ID is needed to get on the floor with the cooresponding ticket."
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UMASS UPC SPRING CONCERT 2017
Featuring 2Chainz, Lil Dicky & Jon Bellion
The University Programming Council at UMass Amherst proudly presents Spring Concert 2017 featuring 2 Chainz, Lil Dicky & Jon Bellion. The concert will take place on Sunday, April 23, 2017 at the Mullins Center. The concert will begin at 7:00pm; doors will be open at 6:00pm.
Ticket sales for UMass Amherst undergraduate students begin on Friday, March 24th at 10:00am and can be purchased at the Mullins Center Box Office for $15 with a student ID. Tickets for Five College students and UMass graduate students will go on sale Monday, March 27th at 9:00am at the Mullins Center Box Office for $30 with a student ID. All General Admission tickets will go on sale Monday, March 27th at 9:00am at the Mullins Center Box Office and at 8:00am on Ticketmaster; these tickets will be $50.
Rapper, singer, and songwriter Jon Bellion released his first mixtape, Scattered Thoughts Vol. 1 in 2011. In the following year, he co-wrote and produced the song “Trumpets” by Jason Derulo. In 2015 he went on to win a Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for the song “The Monster” by Eminem featuring Rihanna. Bellion released the album The Human Condition which featured his lead single “All Time Low” in 2016 and has since opened for Twenty One Pilots on their 2017 “Emotional Roadshow Tour”.
Lil Dicky broke through as an American Jewish rapper after his song “Ex-Boyfriend,” from the mixtape So Hard, was self-released and went viral. The single exploded within 24 hours after its release with over a million views. He self-released his debut albumProfessional Rapper in 2015. The rapper, songwriter, and comedian received a platinum certification for “Save Dat Money” by the RIAA in 2015.
With a reputation for one-upping the competition by arriving via helicopter at rooftop listening parties for his own T.R.U. (The Real University) imprint, and the kind of grandiose ambition that a rapper from southside Atlanta needs to chase down the American Dream,
2 Chainz officially launched his solo career as the newest signing to Def Jam Recordings. Proving that he could write street anthems with crossover appeal, he capitalized on his notoriety with the back-to-back mixtape releases of Codeine Withdrawal in 2010 and Codeine Cowboy in 2011. Currently mining digital downloads in the millions for T.R.U. REALigion, his latest indie mixtape sensation (released November 2011), 2 Chainz is winning new fans every hour. His ‘hit’ tracks – signatures that include “Riot,” “Boo” featuring Yo Gotti, and the Drumma Boy-produced smash single “Spend It,” have helped establish a new sphere of influence for the lanky, outspoken rapper. By now, the 2 Chainz buzz had reached a fever pitch with the likes of Busta Rhymes, Young Jeezy and Pusha T jumping at the chance to join what he likes to call his “campaign.”
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