All-University Sing release over 13,000 tickets for public

Tickets for Sing can be purchased in person at the Bill Daniel Student Center Ticket Office or online. Katy Mae Turner | Photographer

By Raylee Foster | Staff Writer

The Bill Daniel Student Center ticket office released tickets for students on Monday and tickets for the general public will be releasing Tuesday with prices ranging between $29 to $40. This year’s All-University Sing performances will take place Feb. 16-18 and 23-25.

Joshua Gilliam, associate director of Student Activities and SUB ticket office employee, said ticket sales will be processed online through its website.

“Students will need to log into their student account on this site,” Gilliam said via email. “It is different than their athletic ticket account, so they will need to register their account after they click on ‘Student Account Login’ if they haven’t done that in the past.”

Students were able to get their ticket at 4 p.m Monday. Tickets will be on sale for the general public at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

With Sing tickets often selling out quickly, Gilliam said people should keep multiple things in mind while preparing to purchase tickets for the event.

“Recently, many of the shows have been sold out within 30-45 minutes,” Gilliam said. “Over 13,000 tickets will be sold for the show this year. There are 2,200 seats available for each of the six performances.”

As the dates for the event approaches, New Providence, N.J., freshman Owen Forbes said he has been anxiously anticipating the traditional show.

“I check my email all the time and haven’t seen anything about how to get tickets for Sing,” Forbes said.

San Clemente, Calif., freshman Brynnan Muñoz said she has friends that will be performing in this year’s Sing.

“I’m really excited because I’ll get to cheer for my friends,” Muñoz said. “I don’t know what their performance will be like, and I can’t wait to cheer them on.”

Georgetown freshman Kamri Ishak said she’s heard of the tradition before and is curious to see if it will meet her expectations.

“I look forward to Sing because I haven’t gone to the event before,” Ishak said. “I want to see if it lives up to the hype.”

Last year, the Kappa Omega Tau fraternity won the 2022 Sing performance, after the university had paused the show back in 2021 due to the pandemic.

People within the Baylor community can find additional information about Sing’s ticket sale in their website. Steps and guidelines to obtain tickets for both students and the public can be found on their website as well.