Cara Dawn Jones, 404-413-1857
Campus Events Advisor
ATLANTA – Rick Ross has notified Georgia State University that he will be unable to perform at Friday’s Homecoming concert, sponsored by Spotlight Programs Board and Campus Events.
Ross was scheduled to perform as the headliner at the Homecoming concert later this week at the Tabernacle. Ross suffered two seizures last week while attempting to travel to various performances in the Southeast.
Due to the late cancellation, there is not time to arrange another performer.
All ticket purchases will be refunded via the point of sale where the purchase was made. Refunds for GSU students who purchased tickets at the University Center will begin at the Campus Tickets booth Thursday, Oct. 20, and be available until Friday, Oct. 28. The booth is open Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Students should bring their ticket and receipt and their name must be on the ticket pick up list they signed at the time of purchase.
If a ticket was purchased from LiveNation or Ticketmaster via the internet or phone, please go back to that website or call and follow the customer service guidelines for refunds. If tickets were purchased at the Tabernacle Box Office, go to the Box Office with tickets and receipt in order to receive a refund.
Spotlight Programs Board is the official programming board for Georgia State University that coordinates activities which enhance and enrich the quality of student life by addressing the needs and interests of its diverse student body. Campus Events is a university department with the mission to provide social, educational, and cultural programming to enhance knowledge and broaden the experiences of Georgia State University students, faculty, and staff. Spotlight Programs Board and Campus Events are supported by student activity fees.
Oct. 18, 2011