CSU is famous for providing excellent and affordable concerts to the Fort Collins, Colorado, community. From famous bands like Fleetwood Mac taking on the Lagoon to local and student acts headlining smaller shows like Fool’s Fest, CSU students get access to great music in addition to a great education.

This year’s RamFest act is sure to knock the socks off music aficionados.

RamFest is historically one of the more affordable concerts in Northern Colorado. CSU students can get in for just $10 with their student IDs, and community members still snag great deals at $25 per ticket.

This year’s RamFest is set for Thursday, April 25, at Moby Arena on CSU’s campus. Parking around the arena will be free starting at 4 p.m., but tailgating will not be allowed prior to the show.

Like any good concert, there are lots of ways to ensure a good time. Show up early because the Moby parking lot fills up fast. Tickets are general admission, so the best spots are first–come, first–served. People with disabilities can sit in reserved ADA seats near the FNBO Loft.

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Remember to wear an outfit with pockets because campus security is limiting bag sizes to 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches, with only medical bags larger than that allowed. Because many CSU students are under 21, concession stands will only offer soft drinks to attendees.

Country-rock icons Midland will be taking the stage this spring, serving up their hits and new music for fans. Local Colorado musicians Sugar Britches will open for the Texas trio. Tickets can be purchased on the RamFest website.

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