Arkansas Tech students wishing to snatch up one of 2,000 free student tickets to watch 3OH!3 perform in the annual spring concert should stop by the Baswell Techionery or Doc Bryan today.
Student tickets will be given away at the Baswell Techionery and the Doc Bryan Student Services Building today from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. To obtain one of the free tickets, students must present a valid Arkansas Tech identification card.
The concert is scheduled for Thursday, April 26, at Tucker Coliseum on the Arkansas Tech campus.
Tickets will be available for purchase beginning Wednesday, March 28, at the Doc Bryan Student Services Building. Tickets for the general public and students not obtaining free tickets are $15 per person.
Jenny Butler, coordinator of student activities and orientation, says SAB is excited to have 3OH!3 on the Tech campus this spring. She adds, “I think this is a group that students will enjoy, and I hope students will take advantage of the opportunity to see this group at no cost by getting a free student ticket.”
The group says their music is all about having fun. In 2009, 3OH!3 was nominated for “Best New Artist” alongside Lady Gaga, Kid Cudi, and Drake, at the 2009 Video Music Awards.
The group signed with Photo Finish Records after their first album in 2007 and immediately began working on a second album. Their album, Want, was released in 2009 and features songs like “Don’t Trust Me,” and “Starstrukk.”
For their second album, Streets of Gold, the group worked with a variety of industry leaders to produce hits such as “My First Kiss,” and “Hit it Again.”
The duo is currently working on their fourth album in their native state of Colorado.
The event is hosted by Student Activities Board. To find out more about the concert, email Jenny Butler at email@example.com.]]>