Due to extremely high demand for tickets to next Tuesday’s (Sept. 25) Voices of America lecture by Pulitzer Prize winner David McCullough, Colorado State University-Pueblo has made arrangements for even more people to enjoy the performance.
Those individuals who have not secured tickets for the 8 p.m. performance in Hoag Hall may attend a live, direct feed of McCullough’s “George Washington and the American Revolution” speech in the Life Sciences auditorium on the CSU-Pueblo campus. No tickets are required for the overflow room, which holds about 245 people. People will be admitted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Attendees who watch from Life Sciences auditorium are welcome to go to Hoag Hall after the speech, where McCullough will sign (non-personalized) copies of his books. The CSU-Pueblo Bookstore will have many of his books on sale in the foyer of Hoag Hall the evening of the performance.
On Tuesday, ticket-holders will be seated on a first come, first-served basis. Non-ticket-holders will be allowed to form a stand-by line. There is no assigned seating for the 600+-seat hall. Doors will open the doors at 7 p.m. At 7:55 p.m., any vacant seats will be filled by admitting persons from the stand-by line. When the hall is full, those who have not been admitted may then proceed to the video-feed in Life Sciences auditorium. Although we have done our best not to give out more tickets than there are seats, we HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you arrive early to secure your seat in the recital hall.
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