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How to get tickets for Baylor’s Pigskin Revue and After Dark events

Bruno Cooke August 3, 2022
How to get tickets for Baylor’s Pigskin Revue and After Dark events

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Tickets to Baylor University’s After Dark and Pigskin Revue events became available to buy online today (Wednesday, August 3, 2022).

Baylor Waco Hall announced via Twitter that “today is the day” to purchase tickets for After Dark and Pigskin Revue.

Ticket sales officially launched at 10am CDT today, while the event itself is due to take place in late October.

Here’s everything you need to know regarding ticketing for Baylor University’s Pigskin Revue and After Dark including dates, prices and venues.

Waco, USA – March 13, 2019. Campus view of Baylor University, Chartered in 1845, Baylor University is a private Christian university with an enrollment of more than 16,000 students. It is one of the top ranking education institutes in the United States.

Where to buy tickets for Baylor University’s Pigskin Revue and After Dark events

Baylor Waco Hall’s Twitter account has invited would-be attendees to visit the university’s ticketing portal to find tickets to After Dark and the Pigskin Revue. 

But actual tickets are being sold via this webpage, which takes a few clicks to get to from the general ticketing portal.

Once you’re there, you’ll have the opportunity to find tickets to the two Pigskin Revue events on Friday evening (October 21), plus one the following day.

There are three Pigskin Revue shows in total for 2022 – on Friday, October 21 at 6.30pm and 10.30pm; and Saturday, October 22 at 7pm.

Where is it and what does it involve?

The Pigskin Revue will take place in Waco Hall.

Waco Hall dates to the 1920s. Construction began during Samuel Brooks’ presidency. The multipurpose theater has a stage, orchestra pit, 2,200 seats, a balcony and a box office. As such, reads its webpage on the Baylor University website, it’s “suited to host a variety of events.”

Its Twitter bio says the hall has hosted such “dignitaries” as cellist Yo Yo Ma, former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, former attorney and politician Sandra Day O’Connor, and “many more.”

This year’s Revue will involve performances from the top acts from Sing 2022 (Kappa Omega Tau, Delta Delta Delta and Kappa Kappa Gamma), Alpha Phi, Alpha Tau Omega, Chi Omega, Kappa Sigma, Pi Beta Phi and Phi Kappa Chi. 

Waco, USA – March 13, 2019. Hallway in the campus of Baylor University, Chartered in 1845, Baylor University is a private Christian university with an enrollment of more than 16,000 students. It is one of the top ranking education institutes in the United States.

How much do tickets for Baylor University’s Pigskin Revue cost?

The price of a single ticket to Baylor University’s Pigskin Revue ranges from $22 to $35. If you select Purchase By Price, you should have the option of searching seats across multiple rows, which may make the seat selection process simpler.

If the webpage is running slowly, that may be because of the number of people trying to access it simultaneously.

Ticket sales officially began at 10am CDT on Wednesday, which means there may be a rush in the hours and days to follow.

Those who require special seating should contact the BDSC ticket office on the phone number provided.

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How does the Pigskin ticket lottery work?

Because of high demand, Baylor University runs a ticket lottery for its Pigskin Revue and Sing events. Third-party vendor Paciolan operates the ticketing service.

30 minutes before ticket launch, a “digital waiting room” opens. Anyone who arrives in this window gains access to the waiting room, in no particular order. 

The ticketing system then opens and begins “randomly selecting patrons.” Baylor says the system works “to allow as many patrons as possible into the ticket purchasing site according to server capacity.”

As patrons exit the site, the system randomly selects new patrons to access it. It thereby ensures “equitable access” to purchasing tickets.

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Bruno is a novelist, amateur screenwriter and journalist with interests in digital media, storytelling, film and politics. He’s lived in France, China, Sri Lanka and the Philippines, but returned to the UK for a degree (and because of the pandemic) in 2020. His articles have appeared in Groundviews, Forge Press and The Friday Poem, and most are readable on Medium or onurbicycle.com.