Thanks again for being patient with Beasley Coliseum and Washington State University as we deal with the uncertainty day to day with the COVID-19 virus. Because of the continued restrictions in the state of Washington we find it necessary to look at the October 9, 2020 concert with Macklemore (postponed from April 4, 2020). Macklemore and Beasley Coliseum have agreed to again postpone the concert to Mom’s and Family Weekend on Saturday, April 10, 2021. We know how important this concert is to the Washington State University community so we want to honor the tickets that are already sold and refund ticket holders who are unable to attend the concert in April 2021.
We’re giving away two tickets to the Dad’s Weekend performance on November 3. The winner will be randomly chosen from all of our followers on Facebook and Twitter.
Make sure that you like or follow us to be qualified to win. Like and follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BeasleyColiseum/ or follow us on Twitter at @WSUBEASLEY. Connect with us on both and you’ll have two chances to win! Earn more chances by watching for other opportunities on our social media.
The two front row seats will be for the Seth Meyers performance at Beasley Coliseum on Friday, November 3, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. The event is a part of the WSU Dad’s Weekend in Pullman, Washington.
A winner will be chosen on Monday, October 16 at noon. We will contact the winner by private message on their social media account. The winner has 48 hours to respond. If there is no response within 48 hours, we’ll randomly choose a second winner.
The winner will need to give two names to reserve the tickets at will call the night of the performance. Value of prize is $120. Prize tickets not for resale.
($5.00 discount for WSU staff, faculty, and students)
On sale Monday, August 29, at 10:00 a.m. at the Beasley Coliseum box office or TicketsWest outlets
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Noah’s one-man show The Racist at the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe was a sold out run that became one of the most talked about shows at the Festival that year. That same year, Noah was the subject of David Paul Meyer’s award-winning documentary film You Laugh But It’s True which tells the story of his remarkable career in post-apartheid South Africa. His Showtime comedy special, Trevor Noah: African American premiered in 2013. Recently, Noah performed for the Royal Family at the Royal Variety Performance. He was nominated for “Personality of the Year” at the 2014 and 2015 MTV Africa Music Awards and won the award in 2015.
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