TBA, April 2025

Please see general policies below regarding tickets and show rules.
Students and their guest must arrive together on the night of show. Please bring your Student ID to enter.

General InfoArtist BioTicket InformationGuest PolicyVenue/ParkingEntry/Floor InfoMedia PolicyADA Access

General Info

In April of 2025, a nationally-recognized headliner will be performing a private show at MTSU, with a featured performer (TBA) and a student opener (TBA). The show is exclusive to MTSU Students, Faculty/Staff, Alumni, and their guests. General Doors will open at 6:00 p.m.; the show will begin at 7:00 p.m. For ticket and venue information, please visit the corresponding tabs on this website (times subject to change).

This show is sponsored by MTSU Signature Events, a joint committee comprised of members from SGA and SPARE and McGuire Management.

This show is intended for college audiences and older. The performer may use explicit language and/or sexually suggestive lyrics in their performance. 

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Headliner TBA

Featured Performer TBA

Student Opener TBA

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Ticket Information

Student Tickets: Tickets will be exclusively available for current MTSU students before guest tickets and faculty/staff/alumni tickets become available (date TBA). Students MUST have their MyMT event pass to pick-up their ticket. The ticket office is located at Gate 1-A of the Football Stadium on Faulkinberry Drive and it is open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays. Students will only be able to claim one (1) ticket during this period to ensure all students have a chance to claim tickets before guest tickets open. As a reminder, students need to bring their Student ID to Murphy Center on the night of the show to gain entry with their ticket.

Student Guest Tickets: The following week, students may return to the ticket office to claim one (1) guest ticket with their MyMT Event Pass. As a reminder, guests must arrive with their student host on the night of the event. They will not be allowed to enter without you escorting them into the venue with your Student ID. Guest tickets may not be resold and carry no value, as guests will not be allowed to enter without a host carrying a Student ID.

Floor Passes: Want to be on the floor for the concert? Floor pass upgrades will only be available on a date TBA, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the STU Commons (while supplies last). Each of those days, a limited amount of passes will be available. In order to upgrade to a floor pass, bring your ticket (and guest ticket, if claimed) and your MyMT Event Pass to the STU Commons and a SPARE representative will upgrade you. Floor wristbands will be placed on your wrist: please do not remove your wristband, as this will be your only means of getting onto the floor at the concert. Detailed instructions will be given to you with your wristband for floor access on the night of the show.

Faculty/Staff Tickets: Should tickets remain, Faculty & Staff will be able to claim a ticket, and one guest ticket, using their Faculty/Staff ID at the Ticket Office located at Gate 1-A of the Football Stadium on a date TBA. The ticket office will be open weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Guests must arrive with their faculty/staff host on the night of the concert. Please follow @mtsucampuslife for updates on whether or not ticket remain for faculty/staff/alumni.

Alumni Tickets: Should tickets remain, Alumni may contact the Alumni Office at (615) 898-2922 to request a ticket starting on a date TBA. Alumni may claim one additional ticket for their guest. On the night of the concert, guests must arrive alongside their alumni host. Please follow @mtsucampuslife for updates on whether or not ticket remain for faculty/staff/alumni.

For more information on seating, please see the Show Entry & Floor Admission section. Floor admission will only be given to current MTSU students and their guest (if applicable).

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Guest Policy

Tickets are not for resale. All guests will be required to attend the event with their respective student, faculty/staff, or alumni host. If you get a guest ticket, your guest must come to Murphy Center and enter with you. Please, please, please don't forget this: we won't be able to make exceptions at the door on the night of the event.

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Venue Information & Parking

For venue information, please keep reading. Click here to jump to parking information.

General doors will open at 6:00 p.m. Before 5:00 p.m., no one will be permitted to camp or line-up on the Murphy Center Concourse level. 

Once inside the venue, there will be no re-entry. Please refrain from leaving the Murphy Center Complex during the event. There are no reserved seats inside the venue for the concert: all seats are general admission with the exception of the floor. Please visit Ticket Information for information on floor admission (available to students and their guests only). 

Bags are not allowed inside Murphy Center. Please plan accordingly, especially if you are coming from class and have a backpack. Flash photography and professional photo cameras are not allowed except for those given an approved media pass. While cell phones are not prohibited during the show, we do recommend that patrons keep their phones tucked away during the show. Please be considerate: other students would rather see the performer live than through your phone screen.

Prohibited Items include, but are not limited to:

  • Bags/Backpacks/Shoe-Bags
    • Exceptions: Clutches that are 4.5" x 6" or less, or Medical Bags
  • Professional Cameras/Flash Photography
  • Video cameras/tripods
  • Alcohol, tobacco, and any illegal drugs or drug paraphernalia
  • Bottles/Cans/Food/Coolers
  • Laser Pointers/Artificial Noise Makers
  • Umbrellas/Flag Poles/Other vision-limiting handhelds
  • Fireworks/Weapons/Other Dangerous Devices

Parking will not be modified for this event. Standard regulations apply.

The Short Explanation: If you park before 6:30 p.m., you will need either a parking permit or a guest pass (can be obtained via MTSU Parking Services). If you park after 6:30 p.m., you will not need either.

The Long Explanation: Before 6:30 p.m., all parking permits are required to park in their assigned areas (map of parking by permit), and off-campus guests will need to purchase and print a guest parking permit for $2 through the Parking Services website. After 6:30 p.m., anyone may park in any lot on campus for free without a permit or restriction other than handicapped, maintenance, and other marked reserved spaces.

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Show Entry & Floor Admission

If you have general tickets, please proceed to enter through the open doors on the Northeast side of the Murphy Center Complex (nearest Greenland Drive). Bring your MTSU Student ID with your ticket. You will need your ID to enter. Any general entrants coming from the south side of the Murphy Center Complex will need to follow the concourse to the Northeast entry ways.

Please have your ticket ready and be sure you have no prohibited items on you. All patrons will be scanned upon entry: Please follow security staff instructions at the entry ways to ensure the quickest entry possible.

Floor admission tickets will have been given out prior to the event night (please see Ticket Information for more details). Anyone with a floor wristband may be asked to use a specialized entry process (TBD). More detailed instructions, including a location and advanced door entry time, will be provided upon claiming your floor wristband. Please arrive at the time instructed to help ensure a smooth entry procedure for all guests attending the concert.

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Media Policy

Media passes for accredited outlets may be requested by emailing tyler.adkins@mtsu.edu. Due to the overwhelming amount of requests we receive, only selected and approved requests will receive a response.

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ADA Access

If you have special accommodation requests for this show, please contact richard.kershaw@mtsu.edu. For venue entry, you may utilize the ADA entrance located on the northwest side of the venue across from the Tennis complex (ground level). Upon entry, you will be directed to the elevator to reach the track level. ADA seating is located at the track level at staff can help direct you to seating areas. If you have a floor wristband, you will be taken to arena floor from the ground level entrance. 

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