April 3, 2017
UPC presents Cattywampus: Third annual K-State Proud celebration
Union Program Council and K-State Proud will present Jon Bellion for Cattywampus: Third annual K-State Proud celebration and concert.
Bellion, an American rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer from Lake Grove, New York, is well-known for his hit singles "All Time Low," "Guillotine" and "80's Films" from his debut album "The Human Condition."
Cattywampus will take place at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 27, at Bramlage Coliseum on the Manhattan campus of Kansas State University. Attendees are encouraged to wear K-State Proud T-shirts. A valid K-State ID is required at the door for all students attending.
Student tickets go on sale April 3 for $15 with a K-State student ID, and are available for purchase at the Bramlage ticket office, by phone or online. Limit four tickets per K-State student ID.
General ticket sales are available for purchase Wednesday, April 5, for $30 or $20 with a military ID. Nonstudent tickets can be purchased at the Bramlage ticket office, by phone or online.
Parking for the event is free for K-State students with valid student ID and $5 for nonstudents, cash only. K-State's clear-bag policy is in effect for the event.
UPC is partnering with K-State Proud in support and celebration of K-State Proud's 11th year and the organization's amazing accomplishments, specifically $1,130,000 raised and 600 students helped to-date.
For additional information on this event or for a complete list of all UPC activities, visit k-state.edu/upc or call the UPC office at 785-532-6571.
Union Program Council plans more than 150 entertaining, educational, cultural and substance-free events for K-State students and the Manhattan community each year.