This year, the Brown Concert Agency has decided to change up how they are doing Spring Weekend ticketing, in hopes that we don’t have a repeat of last year. Tomorrow morning (4/15), the BCA will release 3,200 tickets for each day (their indoor capacity). Each member of the Brown community can purchase 1 ticket for each day. Another 2,300 tickets will go on sale at 2 p.m. on April 17th, if the weather call is (fingers crossed) for outdoor concerts.
The most important (and potentially exciting) change to this year’s ticketing process is that tickets will NOT be sold through Brown Marketplace, but will instead will be sold through a link that will appear on BCA’s website at 8 a.m.
Rising seniors: As The Herald pointed out last week, ticket sales may overlap with pre-registration.
Although this process sounds significantly more complicated than it has in past years, we remain fairly hopeful that this should solve many past issues. Check out the BCA’s full ticketing FAQ (which includes information about tickets for non-Brown students) after the jump. Continue Reading