Blues Traveler concert to cap off Derby Days fund-raiser for Clemson fraternity
CLEMSON – An outdoor show by Blues Traveler will be the finale event for Sigma Chi fraternity’s Derby Days, a weeklong fund-raiser for the Children’s Miracle Network at the Greenville Hospital System.
The concert will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 20, on the lawn of Littlejohn Coliseum.
Seating is general admission and tickets are $19 in advance and $24 the day of the show. Tickets are available now at the Littlejohn Coliseum box office (open 12:15-6 p.m. Monday-Friday), the Hendrix Student Center information desk (open 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday), at TicketMaster outlets or online at http://www.ticketmaster.com. Members of Sigma Chi will be selling tickets in front of the R.M. Cooper Library and in the University Union during the week leading up to the show.
One dollar for every ticket sold by Sigma Chi or on the TicketMaster Web site will be donated to the Children’s Miracle Network. Fans purchasing tickets online can click on the “Sigma” button and enter the code “derby” to have a dollar of their ticket purchase donated.
The show marks Blues Traveler’s first appearance in Clemson. The veteran touring musicians have recorded 11 albums over their 20-year career resulting in six Gold and Platinum honors. The set list will include songs from the band’s most recent album, “North Hollywood Shootout,” as well as other favorites from its extensive catalog.
Lawn chairs and blankets are permitted at the concert, but coolers and outside food and beverage are not allowed. Food and beverage will be available for purchase.
For venue and ticket information, contact 864-656-1413 or visit http://www.clemsonmajorevents.com.
Derby Days is a week of events hosted annually by Sigma Chi to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network at the Greenville Hospital System. Clemson’s sororities compete in a series of events throughout the week, including karaoke, bowling, a poster contest and dancing, all to raise money. Over the past four years, Derby Days has raised $104,000 for Children’s Miracle Network.