Students will be able to use their original tickets, or have them re-printed by the Carrier Dome Box Office.
Update at 10:10 a.m. on April 18
The Carrier Dome Box Office reached out to the affected students, saying that the error ocurred "due to an error at the Ticketmaster processing center". Students will be able to use the original tickets that were shipped because the barcodes on them will still be active. If students are unable to get their original tickets, the Box Office will re-print them. This will, in turn, void the barcodes on the original tickets.
Per the email, this error only applied to floor tickets for Block Party.
Tickets to see Rae, who created and stars in the HBO show “Insecure,” will go on sale on Monday at 9 a.m.
YouTube star Issa Rae is coming to Syracuse University at the end of the month, University Union announced Sunday night.
Rae will speak at Goldstein Auditorium on March 31 at 8 p.m., with E! News on-air correspondent Zuri Hall moderating the event. Tickets will go on sale on Monday at 9 a.m. at the Schine Box Office, and can also be bought online.
UU's first concert of the semester will also feature MadeinTYO and student opener ye.
After bringing Sam Feldt and Hotel Garuda to campus last fall, University Union announced its first Bandersnatch show of the semester featuring rapper Russ as headliner. The performance will include direct support from MadeinTYO and student opener, ye.
The concert will take place Feb. 24 in Goldstein Auditorium in Schine Student Center starting at 7:15 p.m. Ticket sales begin Feb. 13 in the Schine Box Office and online.
The duo, including SU alum Drew Taggart, announce their long-awaited debut studio album and their biggest tour to date.
After dominating just about every facet of Top 40 radio for months on end, The Chainsmokers bring their biggest news yet. The American dance music duo announced Monday that they will release their debut studio album and embark on the Memories: Do Not Open tour throughout the United States and Eastern Canada.
The founder of popular photo and story blog Humans of New York will speak in Goldstein Auditorium on March 6.
Brandon Stanton will appear as part of a collaboration between University Union and University Lectures, UU officials announced Sunday night in a press release. Two other notable names round out the spring University Lectures in Hendricks Chapel: Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jhumpa Lahiri on Feb.
Review: Colorful show and confessional lyrics help the indie-pop headliner win over American audiences.
Last night, Syracuse University students finally took off their beloved yoga pants and school hoodies, swarming the Carrier Dome to see ultra-popular British indie-pop band The 1975 headline the 2016 Rock the Dome concert.
The avid fans, mostly young women in artful makeup and flashy sun dresses, lined up two hours before the opening. But once inside, the fans had to wait a little longer.
Chris D’Elia called out everyone, from the “fitspo” community to embarrassing parents, as he entertained a sold-out crowd Saturday night as part of University Union’s Family Weekend.
Remember, you are not the Denzel Washington of your life movie.
Chris D’Elia cracked up a sold-out crowd in Goldstein Auditorium with jokes like that as part of University Union’s Family Weekend comedy show Saturday night. Stand-up comedian Michael Lenoci opened for D’Elia.
Lenoci, who explained his bio as “32. Single. That’s my life,” spent his 30 minutes focused on jokes about relationships. His understanding of relationships: “You’re pretending until you can trick them into falling for you.”
University Union's winter concert will return to the Carrier Dome on Nov. 4 after going on hiatus in 2013.
After disappearing from University Union’s concert calendar for several years, Rock the Dome will return this November with rock band The 1975 and alt-pop duo Oh Wonder.
The concert will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4, in the Carrier Dome, UU officials announced Sunday night. In addition to The 1975 and Oh Wonder performing, rapper 070 Shake will open the show.