A Letter From The President:
(seb) is committed to providing high quality programs for the UMBC community. We want to create the best concert experience for anyone attending the Gym Class Heroes show this Sunday. With our current ticket count and in consultation with the artist, we have jointly recognized that the best experience will be achieved in the UC Ballroom instead of the RAC Arena. Doors are still scheduled to open at 8pm.
If you haven’t already, we strongly encourage you to buy your tickets at the Campus Information Center soon. There is a very limited supply left.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please email me at email@example.com or feel free to stop by the (seb) office in the Commons. We are located on the second floor in room 2b10.
Thank you for understanding! We hope to have a very successful QuadMania!-Evan Ponter(seb) President
If you missed our NBC takeover on Tuesday check out our performances of “Ass Back Home” from The Voice and “The Fighter” from The Tonight Show with Jay Leno right here!
Tonight’s the night we’re takin’ over NBC! We’re hitting the stage on The Voice first to perform “Ass Back Home” with Neon Hitch at at 9/8c. Then we’re heading over to The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to perform “The Fighter” with Ryan Tedder at 11:35/10:35c. Think they’ll do us a solid and rename the network GCH for the night? Kidding!
Gym Class Heroes Tonight on NBC
Gym Class Heroes will be performing twice on NBC tonight. Catch them first at 9/8c on The Voice to see them perform ‘Ass Back Home’ with Neon Hitch. Then stay on NBC to watch the band perform ‘The Fighter’ with Ryan Tedder on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno at 11:35/10:35c.
A sample of who you’ll get at QuadMania, obviously!
gym class heroes are coming my school and i am never not (<—double your fun, double your pleasure) wearing this shirt. it’s like having a blimp except i’m on foot. it’s like one of those nike shirts but better, so thanks jason for making it. i’m gonna go for a run (lets see how far i can go today and how many times i stop for breaks) and if you see me while you’re driving, please hit me, and put me out of my misery.