T-Pain Concert Rescheduled for May 4

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The May 2 T-Pain concert presented by Union Program Council has been rescheduled for 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 4 at Bramlage Coliseum. Doors open at 6 p.m.

Student tickets that have already been distributed will be honored for the new date, no exchange necessary.

Student tickets are available now and public ticket sales begin Wednesday, April 17. Limited floor tickets will be available on a first-come, first serve basis only to K-State students with valid ID at Union Program Council giveaway tables in the K-State Student Union on April 16 and 23. Check the UPC website for details about the time and location of floor seat ticket giveaways. Public tickets may be purchased at Bramlage Coliseum, online at kstatesports.com or by phone at 1-800-221-2287. See kstateupc.com for full details. No refunds or exchanges. Concert may contain explicit language. No photos or videos allowed. Student ticket holders must present valid K-State student ID for entry.

Free for K-State students with valid K-State student ID. Limit one ticket per valid K-State student ID. Limit 4 IDs per person. Students may purchase additional tickets at the applicable price.

  • $15 plus fees/taxes for military with ID
  • $20 plus fees/taxes for the public
  • Tickets purchased online are subject to taxes and fees.

With 60 hit songs under his belt and two Grammy trophies on his mantle, T-Pain has cemented himself as one of the most influential artists of all time. But even he needed a bit of time to himself to reload. After a successful run of #1 hits, albums, tours and a plethora of cameo appearances, T-Pain took some time off to enjoy the fruits of his labor and perfect his craft.

T-Pain returned in 2018, coming back better than ever. He launched an “Everything Must Go” campaign in August to clear out his vault of unreleased music as a gift to his dedicated fans. He is currently the star of Fuse’s hit television show “T-Pain’s School of Business” and is the dean of his very own university – Wiscansin University. With an album slated for release in early 2019, T-Pain is showing no signs of slowing down and has proven that he only gets better with time.

The clear bag policy and adequate security measures will be in effect at Bramlage. Walk-through metal detectors will be in use.

For more information on this event, visit kstateupc.com or call 785-532-6571.