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Breaking Bacchanal: Big Sean This Year’s Headliner

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Today the Bacchanal committee announced this year’s spring concert headliner will be Big Sean. Compared to last year’s headliner, a Lupe Fiasco, Big Sean brings a more current vibe to the concert having just dropped a new album called Dark Sky Paradise this past February in addition to his array of previous hit$. Big Sean will be joined on stage by artists Raury and Brenmar. As previously announced this month, student acts Liberty Styles and Trill Mah, both CC ’17, will open the concert on Saturday, April 4, 2015. This year’s concert theme will be “I Don’t Bacch With You.”

Bacchanal also announced that this year’s concert will require students to pay a starting $7 ticket fee. Students will be able to begin purchasing tickets on Monday, March 9, at 8 AM. This is the first time that Bacchanal has charged students for the concert, a fact we’re investigating. Only Columbia students will be able to purchase tickets, and all students will be limited to buying one student ticket and one guest ticket while tickets last.

Another first for Bacchanal this year will be the Lion Tamers, or students who will monitor the concert in support of students after previous allegations of the concert being an unsafe environment. Regardless of the changes, this year’s Bacchanal acts are a pleasant surprise compared to last year’s has-been performance.

Find the full announcement from Bacchanal below.

Dear Undergraduate Columbia Students,

The Bacchanal executive board is excited to announce the lineup for this year’s Spring Concert, “I Don’t Bacch With You!” that will take place on Saturday, April 4, 2015 at Low Plaza. Starting from 8am on Monday, March 9, students can purchase tickets for the main event starring the current #1 Album holder, Big Sean, one of the fastest growing genre-blending artists, Raury, and the new voice in the electronic-hip-hop fusion scene, Brenmar. In addition, our lineup will feature the two winners of Bacchanal Battle of the Bands 2015, Liberty Styles and Trill Mah.

The executive board this year has worked tirelessly with administrators to add additional safety measures to this year’s concert to ensure that everyone has a safe, stress-free, and fun Bacchanal experience. This year, only students from the four undergraduate schools at Columbia University (Barnard College, Columbia College, Columbia Engineering, and the School of General Studies) will be allowed to purchase tickets as well as a very limited number of guest tickets as outlined on the Eventbrite page. Please note, CUID/BCIDs will still be required when obtaining wristbands at distribution on the morning of, and when entering the event grounds. Each undergraduate student will only be allowed to purchase one ticket and one guest ticket while availability lasts. Please note that there will be no refunds awarded to non-Columbia undergraduates attempting to purchase tickets and Columbia undergraduate students attempting to purchase multiple tickets.


March 9 to March 23 – $7
March 23 to March 29 – $10
March 30 to April 2 – $15
Guest tickets March 23 (Time TBD) – $20
*After April 2 at noon, no tickets will be available.
*Additionally, all ticket sales are while supplies last. We encourage you purchase yours as soon as possible.

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The 2014-2015 Bacchanal Executive Board

Co-President – Benjamin Kornick
Co-President – Mare Sydney
Concert Chair – Gil Feig
Concert Chair – Charles Yolen
Treasurer – Jared Weiss
Secretary – Michael Cuby
Publicity Chair – Madeline Kim
Outreach Chair – John Lee

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  • Guess I'll have to go home and eat ham/turkey says:

    @Guess I'll have to go home and eat ham/turkey And… all the tickets are gone.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous lol looks like Im not going to bacchanal this year. Next year can we please mix it up with the music – something decent preferably??

  • so lame says:

    @so lame THIS SUCKZ

  • azealia banks says:

    @azealia banks nah its cool i’m busy that day anyway. no worries.

  • charging for bacchannal? says:

    @charging for bacchannal? we should execute the bacchannal board in the guillotine

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Lupe is the best to ever spit

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Still no tix…

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous where da tix at

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Anyone else trying to buy tickets and the website says no tickets available? Weren’t the supposed to be available starting at 8 am?

    1. Typical Columbia says:

      @Typical Columbia 8:06 a.m. no tickets available…

  • Ariana Adorer says:


  • the real reason they're charging says:

    @the real reason they're charging …are they charging to make sure no one from harlem shows up to the concert????!?!

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous Um. No.

      They are charging to buy a bigger act. Sorry if that doesn’t fit into your “everything is racism” narrative of the world.

      1. everything is racism says:

        @everything is racism fyi, you’re saying this is a race issue when all that was said was “people from harlem” and nothing about the race of the neighborhood that surrounds us.

  • DDDDDDJ says:


  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Okay yeah so rap is cool, yay go rap, but seriously… almost every single year since 2011 has been some kind of rap artist. Snoop, Macklemore (I guess this is where “some kind of” comes in), Lupe, now Big Sean… Only year it wasn’t rap it was Big Gigantic and like… what? And all I’m saying is Yale got Jessie J. Kinda tired of Bacchanal always being “that rap concert in the Spring”. Variety please?

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous i’m not a huge rap fan but tbh you just can’t dance to the lumineers the same way ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

      1. yea also says:

        @yea also i’d appreciate a female performer soon

  • NYU Student says:

    @NYU Student Lineup is too mainstream.

  • azealia banks says:

    @azealia banks oh cool

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Alright, I’m not totally against having to pay for the tickets, as most other ivies do it and it can help us get bigger names. However, as there are those that could be burdened by the cost of the tickets, why not make it so that those that receive financial aid of any form can still attend the concert for free?

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous I feel like the Bacchanal e-Board is like the abusive stepfather who hits their stepkids and expects thanks for not wearing his rings.

  • Literally the FIRST THING you check when choosing an event date says:

    @Literally the FIRST THING you check when choosing an event date Can someone please explain to me how this ended up being scheduled ON PASSOVER. And ON EASTER WEEKEND. Like who looked at their calendar and thought, when’s a good Saturday to have one of the extraordinarily few genuine school-wide (undergraduate, but okay) events? Oh, let’s choose the one day that will simultaneously alienate two of our largest on campus demographics!

    I mean I understand we’re not a religious institution and that’s totally okay, but I am genuinely curious about the logic behind this. I’d pay for a damn ticket if it didn’t mean explaining to my parents that I’m not going home for the most significant religious/cultural holiday of the year because I want to go to a concert with my college friends. Seriously I cannot get over how inept the organizers seem right now. Thanks for taking away one of my favorite parts of Spring xoxo bye felicia

    1. @bothered me too I wonder how much control the committee had over picking the date. Usually this concert coincides with Days on Campus. Perhaps they wanted to avoid that again and make the concert a little earlier as a result? I’m not sure. But I agree, that was unfortunate scheduling. Even though we’re a pretty secular university, I feel like there should still be some consideration of major religious holidays when it comes to planning school-wide events.

      I wonder if this was unavoidable…

    2. It's 2015 says:

      @It's 2015 and god is dead. Get over it.

    3. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous or you could stop believing in your made up gods you n00b


    4. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous I think it was because Big Sean was only available for that date. He is going on tour and is around the NYC area around that time. It was more of a ‘when is Big Sean available’ than ‘when are the students at Columbia available’.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous I’m wondering where the concert is going to be held exactly. They can’t shut down all of campus just to the 4,000 ticket holders, right?

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous I imagine it’s still on the steps and you’ll be able to hear from the lawns and such, you just won’t get a good view or mosh pit.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous So to the people complaining about the 4,000 people limit, it’s apparently due to a fire hazard restriction, since the events are contained on Low Steps and a lot of gates will be closed. Take that as you may.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous it amazes me how genuinely very angry some people get over this lol

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous getting piss drunk in my ec suite > paying for bacchanal and dealing with administration’s bullshit

  • Jimmy says:

    @Jimmy They should impeach everyone on the Bacchanal Executive board for messing this up

  • this sucks, but have no fear! says:

    @this sucks, but have no fear! WBAR-B-Q is still gonna be free and open to the public!! Plus there’s free food!! (and someone told me it’s gonna be awesome this year, just sayin)

  • I see you says:

    @I see you Bacchanal board going HAM in these comments

    1. oh rly says:

      @oh rly Could they comment on the choice of the event date plz? Would love to know why practicing/culturally-engaged Jewish and Christian people are not invited kk thx

  • IM ANGRY says:

    @IM ANGRY ~Inserts comment about how disappointed disgusted I am in the administrators/Bwog/Emma Sulkowitz for having to pay the equivalent of a drink at 1020 for a concert in my backyard*~

    *Please note that this feeling will be discarded the moment Bacchanal arrives, when I will proceed to get shitfaced and pass out before the actual concert like every year

  • ... says:

    @... not the first time students have had to pay just the first time recently….

  • doesn't make sense says:

    @doesn't make sense I’m willing to let the paying for our own tickets thing slide. I feel like because we managed to snag Big Sean to headline for us, we have to put out some money in order to cover having him here. Assume the money is all needed for covering the artists. Fine. That being said:

    1) Why are there only 4,000 tickets available? Considering there are 10,000+ students across the schools and that everyone is allowed a +1, this means the school is planning for 2,000 students to show up to the concert. That’s less than the amount of people in a single Columbia Class.
    2) Explain to me the logic of cramming 4,000 drunk-ass people into Van Am Quad to give them all their wristbands in an orderly and sensical fashion. That is a shit show waiting to happen and people are gonna either get rowdy or get hurt.
    3) What is with the guest policy? We’re allowed a +1 but that’s only if there are tickets left after Spring Break, which considering how little of them there are, they’re all gonna get bought up by undergrads. So that basically discourages any guests from attending this concert. Fantastic, no really, that’s really….that’s great.

    Forget this being unfair, this actually doesn’t even make sense. I’m wondering who thought this was a good idea because some of these policies actually seem unsafe, illogical, or both. I’m beyond disappointed in this school. I already skipped straight to livid. This is the most ridiculous news I’ve heard all week.

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous if you go on the eventbrite for bacchanal (i found it through the fb page) it says that guest tickets will only become available after spring break if they still exist.

    2. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous A lot of what you are saying is not accurate. That is the typical number of people that attend the concert every year, about 3-4 thousand. Many participants in the past have been grad students, law students, NYU students, friends, and others. They will no longer be welcome. It will now oy be for Columbia undergrads only which number about nine thousand.

      1. wow says:

        @wow Thank you so much for your clarifying math. It is not ridiculous at all to have 9000 people and 4000 tickets!

    3. cc15 says:

      @cc15 you have terrible grammar

  • Anonymous says:


    1. #HELIX4BACCHANAL says:


  • Disappointed says:

    @Disappointed Anyone else think that we were getting an actual lion show when they read lion tamers?

    1. Good Idea says:

      @Good Idea That would be way more interesting than Big Sean.

  • sos says:

    @sos did this already sell out??? why can’t i buy a ticket??

    1. lol says:

      @lol It says they go on sale tomorrow at 8am!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous who the hell is big sean?

    1. anon says:

      @anon see first reply to first comment

  • Student life fees??? says:

    @Student life fees??? ???

  • CC says:

    @CC I dont really care about other schools. We go to Columbia and Baccahanal is supposed to be free. Doesnt my 60,000+ a year include student life fees? Plus its disrespectful to increase the price after spring break, some students legitimately don’t have the money to spend over night and this was just announced like today.

  • GS/JTS says:

    @GS/JTS If you don’t manage to get a ticket, don’t look at us. We’ll all be home watching the Rugrats Passover special. And also having more fun.

  • gender equality says:

    @gender equality And Mare Sydney

  • No Red Tape says:

    @No Red Tape Just get SWS to pay for it

  • Pete Mangurian says:

    @Pete Mangurian Bacha’scuse me…This is BACCHA-BULLSHIT

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous PENN GETS BIG SEAN FOR FUCKING FREE AND WE PAY???????????????????? Da fuck is this shit, Im bailing on this shit and going to spring fling.

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous It is to pay for the added security and other workers. Most universities pay.

    2. do ur research says:

      @do ur research UPENN’s tickets cost minimum $25

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous They get 2 days of events, and students at Penn don’t have to pay.

        1. Anonymous says:

          @Anonymous We have plenty of those free events with lesser-known artists. CMF brought Hoodie Allen, White Panda, and others in past years.

  • what says:

    @what How can there only be 4,000 tickets for this many undergraduate students?

  • Hajj also says:

    @Hajj also Ben Kornick should be fired for being inept.

    1. calm your tits says:

      @calm your tits Fire the person who helped get Big Sean and made sure the event wasn’t cancelled all together? Yeah, great idea!

    2. Seriously says:

      @Seriously Are you for real? Bacchanal probably wouldn’t even be happening at all if it weren’t for Ben and the rest of the board. Maybe you should blame the administration for canceling fall Bacchanal, losing $50k in the process, and then charging for the spring concert.

    3. anonymous says:

      @anonymous let’s get some things straight.

      decided by bacchanal committee:
      artist lineup
      charging tickets – bigger name means more expensive artist. remember we got macklewhore before he blew up

      decided by administration:
      lion tamers
      undergrads only

      probably decided by both:
      event date

      1. CC 2016 says:

        @CC 2016 Actually they have to charge for tickets this year because the administration is requiring increased security, which costs more.

    4. anonymous says:

      @anonymous so yeah fuck him for making us pay so he could book a bigger artist and add it to his resume. no big secret that this guy does it to build his own brand, not for the students. cant speak on the other members of the board.

    5. zach says:

      @zach smh…ben saved bacchanal and had the foresight to book big sean all the way back in the fall. this shit wouldn’t have happened without him. hoe shut the fuck up

  • Hajj also says:

    @Hajj also doesnt $63,000 of tution cover a school concert?? Shit is absurd

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous This is an event put on by the students and has nothing to do with your tuition dollars. Columbia never guaranteed you free concert tickets. Grow up. (However may discount tickets are available in Lerner.)

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous We don’t pay student life fees just so they can make us pay for literally the only student life even anyone cares about. Also, the fact that we have never once paid for this before and weren’t told we’d have to pay for it further in advance sort of does mean that we were guaranteed free tickets, or at least it seemed like it.

  • Let the Hunger Games begin.. says:

    @Let the Hunger Games begin.. there are over 10,000 undergraduate students (CC, SEAS, Barnard, GS) and only 4,000 tickets available…

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous Well, closer to eight thousand anyway.

      1. nope, almost 10 says:

        @nope, almost 10 4400 CC
        1500 SEAS
        2000 GS
        2500 BC

  • A Plan says:

    @A Plan 1) Use your trust fund money to buy a couple thousand Bacchanal tickets as soon as you can
    2) Watch as hundreds of horrified students are unable to get their tickets
    3) Wait until April
    4) Scalp tickets to students for 20 bucks apiece
    5) ???
    6) Profit!

    1. except that... says:

      @except that... “All sales are final. No refunds. Tickets are non-transferrable.”

      1. New Plan says:

        @New Plan 1) Use your trust fund money to buy a couple thousand Bacchanal tickets as soon as you can
        2) Watch as hundreds of horrified students are unable to get their tickets
        3) ???
        4) Profit!

        1. Anonymous says:

          @Anonymous I wish I were rich enough to do this.

          The butthurt on here would be too funny.

  • whyyyy says:

    @whyyyy i’m pretty sure that i’ve never heard of any other college requiring students to pay for tickets for the spring concert… and most other schools get much better acts than columbia. we pay an insanely ridiculous amount of money to go to this school (that includes a hefty student life fee, might i add), yet they expect us to shell out for actual student life events. just another way that columbia administration consistently shows that they do not give a fuck about the undergraduate student body…

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous That’s not true, most of the other ivies charge for their spring tickets. Brown charges per day (they have a three day spring weekend)-which is why they have had acts like chance and diplo.

    2. IDFWU says:

      @IDFWU Actually a majority of schools with decent artists for their spring concerts require their students to pay. Last year people were bitching about the quality of our headliner and the reason was because Columbia wasn’t charging students at all. A huge amount of people said they were willing to pay a few dollars to get better acts in the future, and regardless of whether or not you’re a fan of Big Sean, in terms of brand, this is definitely a “bigger” act than Lupe Fiasco.

      1. Anon says:

        @Anon I think the bigger issue with this is that *some* people said they would pay a few extra dollars to pull in a bigger headliner, but that the few extra dollars that we have to pay this year are *not* for that…

    3. An_Eph says:

      @An_Eph I’m a student at Williams College. We’re not an Ivy, but we’re pretty wealthy as far as small liberal arts colleges go. I believe we have been required to pay somewhere in the range of $15 each year for our spring concert, which is common among peer schools.

      Here’s the thing: for many students on campus, $7 or $15 is not an issue. I’m on close to full financial aid, but I still don’t complain. I have a campus job and work during the summers specifically so I can pay for things like this. That being said, I recognize I’m far more privileged than many of my peers in terms of my financial resources. Williams FinAid offers a fund (I’ve never used it, but it exists) specifically for things like this. If there’s a social experience with a small cost that students really want to participate in but genuinely can’t afford, our FinAid office can provide funding on a case-by-case basis.

      Charging for things at a school with a lot of rich kids isn’t bad. It makes sense. There just needs to be a safety net in place so that students with legitimate financial roadblocks aren’t impeded from having the same experience as anyone else. That safety net doesn’t have to (nor should it) come from the concert organizers. It should come from Financial Aid.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Pretty sure there are much more than 4,000 people across the 4 undergrad schools, it would suck if some people can’t get tickets

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous Yes, and some of those tickets are gonna go to waste bc you KNOW there will be people who’ll be too drunk that day to make it to the actual concert. ugh

    2. Correct says:

      @Correct There are approximately 10,500 students between the four different undergrad schools meaning the majority of students who “could” attend won’t be able to PAY for tickets to an event that is funded by their student life fees. This is unacceptable. If we’re going to pay on top of what we already do for the same caliber of artist we always get, it should be moved to a venue that we can all actually attend.

  • !??!?!?!? says:

    @!??!?!?!? ok so we have to buy tickets then line up day of to get wristbands? sounds like a clusterfuck waiting to happen

    1. anon says:

      @anon ^ this is going to be a nightmare. Also, they’re expecting to have 4,000 people pick up wristbands in a 2 HOUR WINDOW.

  • Trey Songz says:

    @Trey Songz wtf is this shit

  • whut says:

    @whut “while supplies last”

  • What says:

    @What What the fuck we have to buy tickets this year. Is this a fucking joke. If I wanted to buy a fucking ticket to a concert I would just go downtown and go to a concert what the fucking fuck

    1. sup says:

      @sup Alright cool, guess we won’t be seeing you this year!

    2. It's catchier than their theme says:

      @It's catchier than their theme #BoycottBacchanal

      1. yung says:

        @yung bruh it’s $7. lol do a business study

        1. It's not just $7 says:

          @It's not just $7 Stop assuming that $7 is “not a big deal.” For some people it is. They should have warned us about this way more than a month in advance. A lot of people thought they were going to a free concert.

          1. Anonymous says:

            @Anonymous Sorry. There is not one person at Columbia who can’t spare seven dollars for a single fun day out.

            College is very expensive, and many people here certainly do have a tough time affording tuition, their books, their housing, and whatever else. But suggesting seven dollars is a problem is like suggesting that someone can’t buy Ramen noodles instead of a sandwich for dinner one day. There is nobody that financially constrained who is attending college in New York. Please get your head out your ass.

            Of course ideally it would be free. I’m not arguing that charging money is a good idea necessarily, but it doesn’t rule out going for anyone.

          2. True says:

            @True Yeah, as someone with a complicated financial aid package, I can attest that I can’t afford to go to Bacchanal this year, which sucks. I can’t afford to eat lunch while I’m at school anyways, and I’m not willing to skip another few meals that week and feel like shit, sooo I’m a little upset by this

      2. aye says:

        @aye it’s not even about #BoycottBachannal, it’s about boycotting the administration…… i mean the students of color//marginalized students have been telling yall this all year, but yall don’t wanna listen…

      3. Ty Dolla $ign says:

        @Ty Dolla $ign #Bacch-or-nah

        1. Anonymous says:

          @Anonymous This IS fucked up, because CC students (not sure about BC, GS, or SEAS) pay Student Life fees. Which go toward student events. Including Bacchanal. This coupled with (or maybe because) Student Life wasted $50,000 of student fees for the Fall Bacchanal that never happened is them extorting money out of students. So yeah, I guess just don’t go if you can’t afford it or don’t want to shell out money for something that you’ve technically already paid for. I certainly won’t.

          1. Anonamoose says:


  • Sure! says:

    @Sure! Here we go!

  • Sure! says:

    @Sure! Let’s get right on that!

  • Sure! says:

    @Sure! Let’s get right on it!

  • hmmmm says:

    @hmmmm Look guys I love hip-hop but could we do something a little more interesting? I’m sure this will be fun but you know… Kendrick maybe???? or Chance? Or Gambino?

    1. Big Sean says:

      @Big Sean HOE SHUT THE FUCK UP

    2. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous Gambino is terrible

    3. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous ugh they hired the most conscious backpacky rapper last year and y’all complained, and now when they get a fun mainstream one y’all complain AGAIN?!
      you guys are the worst

      1. CC15 says:


    4. Ima let you finish says:

      @Ima let you finish but no one will be as good as Macklemore was…

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous macklemore was terrible

    5. WHYYYY says:



      1. anon says:

        @anon ticket sales began at 8:00am — take it easy, killer.

    6. Childish says:

      @Childish Gambino would be SO perfect !!! Ughhh

    7. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous I dunno about Gambino, we’ve already had one white rapper in the past couple years…

      1. Honesty hurts says:

        @Honesty hurts Gambino is black.

    8. Alumspeaks says:

      @Alumspeaks Unfortunately, it sounds as if many of you (likely male CC students but probably some GS as well) haven’t learned much in the way of appropriate and mature vocabulary to express yourselves succinctly. There are far more precise adjectives and verbs than some of you (and you know who you are) have used. As for choice of music, yep, some variety would be nice. This is the point. Variety in language is as refreshing as is variety in music (and everything else in life). You’re approaching adulthood kids, time to at least act like, if not be, adults. (As for the person who posted the cant-afford-$7-financial-aid-package comment – I hear you. Same thing happens to me and I can’t remember the last takeout/restaurant/fast-food I’ve purchased). But for those of you speaking of the admission fee just on principle, cut it out, stop whining and use the mastercard mum and pop gave you…). And if its SOOOO important, just stand by the library or right inside of it or any other building…you’ll be able to hear JUST FINE.

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