Pop star Nick Jonas is entrance to Kansas — though not to Wichita or Kansas City
March 28, 2018 - Jonas Brothers
Nick Jonas, one of a strange Jonas Brothers, will perform during Kansas State University’s Bramlage Coliseum on Apr 12.
The university’s Student Union Program Council announced a unison on Tuesday.
It will be during 8 p.m. Apr 12, and doors will open during 7 p.m.
Tickets are accessible to K-State students now — for $20 apiece, singular to dual tickets per student.
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But Wichita fans will have to wait until Monday to explain any of a leftovers.
Tickets go on sale to a ubiquitous open during 8:30 a.m. Monday during a Bramlage Box Office, 1800 College Avenue in Manhattan, online during kstatesports.com, or by phone during 800-221-CATS.
Tickets for a ubiquitous open are $40. Military members with current ID who aren’t K-State students will compensate $30.
Public parking will also cost $10 — money only. K-State students can park during a locus for free.
The Grammy-nominated thespian is best famous in his solo career for hits like “Close,” “Jealous” and “Chains.”
Jonas has also won commend for his behaving work. He stars in “Jumanji: Welcome to a Jungle,” in theaters now.
For some-more information, revisit kstateupc.com or call 785-532-6571.