MSU Student Organizations UAB, RHA and ASMSU to Host Artist Kesha and The Creepies at The Breslin Center This April

As one team, the University Activities Board, the Residence Halls Association and the Associated Students of Michigan State University will be hosting a concert together for the second time this academic year. Kesha and The Creepies are set to headline the show and rapper Lil Uzi Vert will be opening the show. The concert will be at the Breslin Center at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 27.

Kesha has taken the world by storm since the release of her debut album Animal in 2010. That year she was declared Billboard’s Hot 100 Artist and her smash debut single, “TiK ToK,” was named Billboard’s #1 Hot 100 Song. As a songwriter she penned all of her own music as well as songs for artists including Britney Spears, Ariana Grande, The Veronicas and Miley Cyrus. She is an animal rights crusader as the Humane Society International’s first Global Ambassador and a passionate advocate for equality being honored with the 2016 Human Rights Campaign Visibility Award. Kesha has branched out into TV, film, and fashion becoming a global cultural icon and won Billboard Magazine's 2016 Trailblazer Award.

In 2015, Lil Uzi Vert began to set the internet on fire. There was his explosive appearance on Carnage's single “WDYW” alongside A$AP Ferg and Rich The Kid and later his turn on "Big Racks" for Young Thug's Slime Season 2. However, everything set the stage for his newest mixtape, “Luv Is Rage.” Now, signed to Generation Now, founded by DJ Drama, Don Cannon and Leighton Morrison, alongside Atlantic Records, Lil Uzi Vert stands poised to ignite hip-hop with his own fire.

Michigan State University students can purchase tickets starting April 7 for $20. Limit 4 tickets per ID. Public tickets will go on sale on April 14 for $35, permitting student tickets do not sell out. Tickets will be available for purchase through the Wharton Center Ticket Office, online at or by phone at 517-432-5000.

UAB, RHA and ASMSU are all student organizations on the Michigan State University campus working to create a better college experience for all students. UAB programs events across campus for students by students, while RHA and ASMSU operate as student governments. RHA represents the on-campus population, while ASMSU represents all undergraduate students. 

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