By Zach Taylor, University Relations Student Writer

The first annual “Moc Madness” spring concert will be held on March 21, at 7:30 p.m., at the McKenzie Arena.

Sponsored by The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Campus Activities Board (CAB), this year’s performers are headliner Andy Grammer and opening act The Ready Set.

moc-madness-posterPre-show tickets are $10 (plus fees) for UTC students and those under 12 years old, $15 (plus fees) for faculty, staff, and alumni, and $20 (plus fees) for the general public.  Prices will increase on the day of the show.

UTC students and faculty, staff, and alumni must show a valid ID to purchase a ticket. All UTC affiliated tickets must be purchased at the McKenzie Arena Box Office.

General public and youth tickets may be purchased at the McKenzie Arena Box Office (Monday-Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) or online at www.gomocs.com

Grammer, an acclaimed singer, songwriter, and musician who began his career as a street performer in Santa Monica, was the first male pop artist since John Mayer to reach the Top 10 Adult Pop Radio charts with his first two singles, “Keep Your Head Up” and “Fine By Me.”

Fort Wayne, Indiana—based The Ready Set is the stage name for the solo project of musician Jordan Witzigreuter. The Ready Set is known for the popular singles, platinum selling “Love Like Woe” and “Young Forever,” which was the number one most-watched video on MTV.com.

Bria Woods, a junior Communications major and Large Concerts chairperson for CAB, hopes the event can bring a little more excitement to campus while becoming a popular and anticipated yearly tradition.

“Students have been asking for a large, on-campus concert for years, and I am excited that CAB has finally been able to bring that experience through ‘Moc Madness.’ Even though we are starting out small this first time around, hopefully we are able to grow the event from year to year by attracting local sponsors and more attention in the community. We want this to become a yearly tradition similar to what a lot of our friends experience at other colleges and universities across the country,” Woods said.

For more information visit http://orgsync.utc.edu/org/utccab/MocMadness.

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s primary student-run programming organization, sponsored by the Dean of Students Office and the Division of Student Development. The mission of the organization is to engage and promote unity within the UTC community by sponsoring diverse campus activities that reflect the values of diversity, community, education, engagement

and collaboration. The organization is primarily funded through student activity fees.

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