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THE FRAY at Emens! $10 Student Tickets!

Contributed by: Kristi Chambers
Published: Wednesday, 20 August 2014 10:00 AM
The Fray
with special guests The Mowgli's
Wednesday, September 10 at 7:30 p.m.

ON SALE FRIDAY, AUGUST 22 at 7AM at the Emens box office.
The Fray will be presenting this student exclusive concert at Emens Auditorium. Tickets are just $15/$10 for Ball State students with ID and $30/$25 for non-BSU guests. Limit two IDs per student and one guest per ID. We will get through the line as quickly as possible to accommodate for morning classes, therefore we are limiting one method of payment per order. An order is any group of individuals sitting together. A method of payment qualifies as one credit card or an all cash transaction. Visa, Mastercard, Discover or cash accepted.

We will be giving away PRIZES every hour starting at 7pm Thursday for those camping out in line! Giveaways will run hourly from 7pm to midnight. Prizes have been provided by our "on sale sponsors" listed below as well as memorabilia from The Fray.

On Sale Sponsors:
Jimmy Johns
Pita Pit
TIS College Bookstore
and more

The Fray
The Fray is Slade, Joe King (guitar, vocals), Dave Welsh (guitar), and Ben Wysocki (drums). The Denver-based group formed in 2002 after high school friends Slade and King bumped into each other at a local guitar shop. The Fray achieved national success with their 2005 debut, featuring the hit singles "Over My Head (Cable Car)" and "How to Save a Life," which went double-platinum. The band also earned a 2010 Grammy nomination for their self-titled release

with special guests
The Mowgli's
Five childhood friends from the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles, augmented by three Midwestern transplants, The Mowgli's are a quintessential California band. Inspired by the magnetism of San Francisco, the grind of Los Angeles and the serenity of the Big Sur Coast, their songs are a joyous revival of rock n' roll, a twisting indie-folk dance and a heartfelt protest ballad.