April 5, 2017
Justice Miller, a Texas Tech University student who won TAB’s annual Singer/Songwriter Competition in November, will open the night. Kevin Rudolf will headline. Rudolf is a much sought-after producer and songwriter for high-profile artists and has a successful solo career.
“We are excited to have Kevin Rudolf performing this year,” said Troy Pike, unit coordinator of Student Union and Activities. “His songs have an energy that will keep the crowd engaged.”
Parking and general admission for the concert is free. Free T-shirts, hotdogs, chips and drinks will be available while supplies last to those with a student ID.
Yard games like ladder golf, spike-ball and Jenga will be available for attendees to play. Henna tattoos and face painting also will be available.
Attendees are advised to bring lawn chairs and blankets to sit on.
“We are ready for a great show and hope Texas Tech and the rest of the Lubbock community come out for a great performance,” Pike said.
CONTACT: Troy Pike, unit coordinator, Student Union and Activities, Texas Tech University, (806) 834-2472 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Robert H. Ewalt Student Recreation Center opened its doors for the first time in the spring of 1980 and is one of the largest campus recreation facilities in the United States. It offers students, faculty, and staff of Texas Tech University an outstanding opportunity to participate in almost any indoor recreational activity imaginable. There are 242,000 square feet of activity space in the Recreation Center and eight courts with multipurpose flooring to accommodate basketball, volleyball and badminton.