Fine Arts Box Office Calendar of Events
Friday, August 29, 2014
Gates at 6pm; Concert at 7pm
Tailgate Park @ the University of Wyoming (rain or shine)
There is no one like him. Craig Morgan's resume is one of the most varied and impressive on earth---US Soldier, Sheriff's Deputy, EMT, TV host, Outdoorsman, Farmer, Family Man, and then there is the music career that ties it all together.
"Music is like a center for all those things," says the man known as one of country's best singers and songwriters since "Almost Home" put him on the map in 2002.
Craig's catalog includes working class anthems like "Redneck Yacht Club", International Harvester" and "More Trucks Than Cars"; real-life songs like "Tough" and "This Ole Boy"; and one that hits on pretty much every theme Craig brings to the table--"Little Bit of Life." Then there is "That's What I Love About Sunday," a six-week chart topper whose love of American life in the biggest and smallest senses made it the most-played song in 2005; "Wake Up Lovin' You" and many more.
Welcome to the Fine Arts Box Office, located in the lobby of the Fine Arts Building, on the University of Wyoming campus. The Fine Arts Box Office serves the ticketing needs of patrons looking to attend Cultural Programs, Symphony Orchestra, Theatre & Dance, and Fine Arts Faculty events, as well as occasional special events. Our hours of operation are Monday thru Friday, 10am-4pm, and one hour prior to each scheduled performance. Tickets can be purchased online, or, if you prefer, over the phone by calling (307) 766-6666. Tickets are also available in-person during our normal business hours, and at the Wyoming Union Information Desk.
All ticket sales are FINAL. No exchanges or refunds will be given. All tickets will be held in will call at the Box Office.
***Please note: Tickets will no longer be available for online sales when the event is close to selling out. Also, online sales of the current evening's events will be removed from our website at 3:00 p.m. on the day of the performance to ensure all sales are completed and placed in will-call. If the event takes place on the weekend, it will be removed at 3:00 p.m. the preceding Friday.
The University of Wyoming is poised to create the Performing Arts Center of the future, propelling its students and faculty to new heights of excellence and allowing its audiences to better experience these performances. The $35 million renovation and expansion of the existing Fine Arts building—built in 1972—into the Performing Arts Center will further this tradition of excellence and distinction.