| WMU News
KALAMAZOO—Neon Trees and Karmin will headline the Campus Activities Board's spring concert Tuesday, April 9, in Miller Auditorium on Western Michigan University's campus. Band twenty l one l pilots will open the show. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the concert begins at 8 p.m.
In-person ticket sales for WMU students, ranging from $10 to $12, with valid Bronco Card begin Monday, Jan. 28; the general public can purchase tickets ranging from $15 to $25 beginning Monday, Feb. 11.
Other area college students may purchase tickets in person with a valid college ID after Feb. 11 at a discounted ticket rate.
Tickets can also be purchased by calling (800) 228-9858 or visiting millerauditorium.com.
Neon Trees has ruled the airwaves in recent years with the double platinum hit “Animal.” Another double platinum single “Everybody Talks” has appeared in a commercial. They will kicking off a tour with Maroon 5 in February.
The pop duo Karmin is best known for their 2012 platinum hit “Brokenhearted.” The single was a top 20 hit in the U.S. and reached the top 10 on international charts. Karmin was recently featured on Rolling Stone’s edition of "Women Who Rock."
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The Columbus, Ohio-based band twenty l one l pilots is a 2013 MTV Music Artist to watch. With the recent release of their album "Vessel," the duo has also earned widespread applause for their energetic live sets. The group’s hits include the catchy "Semi-Automatic" and high-energy "Holding on to You.”
For more information about the concert, contact Sarah Hurd at email@example.com.