GUEST TICKETS LIVE

http://brownbsa.com/sw

REMINDER: Brown community members are allowed to purchase up to a total of three tickets each (one for themselves, and two for guests)If the shows do not sell out, the remaining tickets will be available for purchase at the doors by credit card only.

Tickets are non transferable and non refundable.

SPRING WEEKEND IS OUTSIDE

We’re living for the drama.

More tix on sale tonight at 6pm — these are for Brown community members who have not been able to secure a ticket yet. Guest tickets will be on sale TOMORROW if we are not sold out. Tickets are still not transferable.

Tickets available here at 6pm:

brownbsa.com/sw

 

Rain Call Postponed

The rain call has been pushed back to 3:30pm today. Weather is really tricky, so we are pushing the rain call back to get a more accurate reading. Please stay tuned and think happy thoughts. We will update you about potential tickets during the rain call announcement (you will be given warning in advance).

TICK TICK TICK TICKETS ———>

The remainder of the tickets for the indoor capacity are on sale at this link:

brownbsa.com/sw

REMINDER: Tickets are for current Brown community members – students, faculty and staff. You must be logged on to *your* Brown gmail account to purchase them. These tickets are: non-transferable, non-refundable, and limited to one ticket per student, per day.

Ticketing Blues

The ticket system is on a ~brief~ hiatus so bear with us for a few minutes…

we’re a stickler for the rules and if you bought more than 1 ticket per day of the festival in this round then we will have to refund you for those extra tickets  

 

Upcoming Bystander Intervention Training with the Positive Change Campaign

Cosponsored by BWell Health Promotion in conjunction with the Positive Change Spring Weekend campaign, this Bystander Intervention training will focus on how individual students can make positive changes for themselves, their peers, and the community as a whole during Spring Weekend. Students will learn applicable skills for recognizing and addressing (potentially) problematic situations through an intersectional, Brown-specific model. Participants will have the opportunity to practice on-the-spot interventions techniques, along with follow-up conversations and how to direct a peer to resources. The training is open to students of any identity, background, or experience level. This training will take place on Sunday April 23rd from 10:00-1:00 in Kassar Fox and a brunch spread will be provided. Limited to 50 participants. Please RSVP!
Questions can be directed to Molly_Sandstrom@brown.edu
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