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Kalamazoo State Theatre
What To Know Before Attending The Show
- Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test is required for entry. Click here for more information.
- No bags are allowed.
Doors: 7:00pm | Show: 8:00pm
WMU Campus Activities Board (CAB) proudly presents Ludacris featuring DayDream Masi performing at the historic Kalamazoo State Theatre Saturday, April 9.
Ludacris is a three-time Grammy award winning rapper and actor from Atlanta, Georgia. The multi-faceted performer is known for popular songs like My Chick Bad, How Low and movies he featured in like Fast and Furious. This year’s CAB’s Concert Coordinator, Elijah Lewis says “With all the social distancing and lack of social interaction that’s going on, it’ll be good for everyone to finally come out and be a part of an atmosphere that’s safe, fun and a vibe!”
Tickets for WMU, KVCC and Kalamazoo College students will be available for purchase starting Friday, March 18, 2022. Student tickets will cost $20 with a valid and current student ID. All COVID-19 rules and regulations apply. Each student will be able to purchase up to two tickets at the student ticketing price by visiting the Ticket Office at the Kalamazoo State Theater and presenting their student ID. The event itself will strictly follow a no bag policy. Questions regarding this policy can be answered by contacting this year’s concert coordinator.
Campus Activities Board is managed through WMU’s Office of Student Engagement. This department works to inspire excellence in student leadership development, and to engage students in programs outside the classroom. Staff members provide support and services to students, and to student organizations to enhance student learning and personal development.
Additional information regarding the concert and how to volunteer will be made available at Campus Activities Board General Assembly meetings every Monday at 8:30 pm in room 208-209 of the Bernhard Center. To find any updates about the concert or other Campus Activities Board events, visit wmucab.com. Campus Activities Board is on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat with the handle @wmucab. For further questions regarding the concert, please contact a CAB representative by calling the office phone number (269)387-2112 or by using the firstname.lastname@example.org email.
General Ticket Information:
Seating is GA floor and reserved seating on the mezzanine and balcony for this WMU, KVCC, K-College student/faculty only event. There’s a 2-ticket limit. Available in Box Office only.