An Evening with Matt Bellassai
Join the University Program Board as we host writer, comedian, and Internet personality Matt Bellassai at Braden Auditorium. The event will be a conversation with Matt Bellassai, including a Q&A session that Matt wants you to be a part of! You can submit your questions on Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag #ISUAskMattB.
Tickets will be available to purchase starting on March 15th at 12pm at the Braden Box Office in the Bone Student Center.
$8 for ISU Students*
$10 for General Public
*In order to purchase an ISU student ticket, the ticket must be purchased with a valid ISU student ID. If you purchase an ISU student ticket, you will be required to show your ISU student ID at the door when you show up to the event. If an ISU student ticket is purchased for a non-ISU student, that person will have to pay the $2 difference the night of the show.
All tickets must be purchased in person at the Box Office. All tickets are reserved seating. Ticket limit is 8 tickets per person.
All tickets purchased in one transaction must be paid for using one form of payment – either cash or one credit card. You can’t mix payment methods.
Also, if paying with credit card – your name must be the name on the card, and the card must be signed by you on the back of the card.
Braden Box Office Hours:
Monday-Friday at 10am-6pm
Saturday at 10am-2pm
For special accommodations, contact Braden Box Office at 309-438-5444. Please allow sufficient time to arrange the accommodation.
About Matt Bellassai:
Matt Bellassai is a writer, comedian, and Internet personality, who writes frequently about pop culture, humor, and the struggles of daily life as a twenty-something man-child. He is the writer, producer, and star of BuzzFeed’s Whine About It, a comedic web series that draws a weekly audience of over 5,000,000 viewers on Facebook. Matt won the 2016 People’s Choice Awards for Favorite Social Media Star. He can be found on Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram and Facebook, where he shares, with his thousands of followers, the struggles of life as a single gay man living a childish life in New York City. Bellassai was born and raised in Chicago, Ill., and currently resides in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. He is 25 years old.
Monday, April 4, 2016
Cost: $10 for General Public
Bone Student Center, Illinois State University
Normal IL 61790