Less than 50 tickets remain for Saturday night’s final 2014 Sing Song performance.
The seats available for Saturday night’s show are in the upper levels of the side sections of Moody Coliseum. Friday night’s performance still has available seats in all sections, and most sections still have available seats for Saturday afternoon’s show.
Director of Student Productions, Tom Craig, has been in charge of Sing Song for seven years now.
“Saturday night tickets for section F, which sit directly facing the Sing Song stage, typically sell out in November,” Craig said.
As for the best seat in the house, that is a matter of opinion.
“The definition of the best seat in the house for Sing Song,” Craig said, “is equal to the definition of the best barbeque in West Texas.”
For those who prefer to see the show straight on, section F is the favorite. Those who want to be close to the action prefer floor seats, and for those that want a peek at what is going on backstage, sections “M” or “U” are ideal, Craig said.
Wherever anyone sits, sound quality should not be a problem. Craig said a sound engineering company out of Dallas is hired each year to ensure that each seat in Moody Coliseum has the best possible sound quality.
Sales from the past few years have been fairly consistent, Craig said.
On Thursday night, there will be a preview show for the ACU community.
Tickets for this show will all be general admission with no assigned seating. Admission will cost $10 for faculty, staff and the general public and $5 for students with a valid student ID. The Thursday night showing will start at 7 p.m. in Moody Coliseum and the doors will open at 6 p.m.
Ticket sales for Sing Song this year started at Homecoming.
Calling in is the most common method of buying tickets, Brady Johnson, Sing Song co-chair in charge of business.
“Especially since we got back from Christmas break, it’s been tons of calls everyday,” said Johnson, senior multimedia major from Round Rock.
The show times are Friday, Feb. 14 at 8 p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 15 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets are $16 for Friday night, $19 for Saturday afternoon and $25 for Saturday night. Tickets can be purchased online, by phone or in person downstairs in the campus center.
Johnson said he and the other co-chairs are excited about the possibility of selling out Saturday night’s show.