Spring Carnival (PLV)
Come one, come all to Programming Board’s second annual spring carnival on April 26 featuring a ferris wheel, 100-foot slide, a contestant from America’s Got Talent, live music, food, and more.
This year’s Spring Carnival, hosted by Programming Board, is going to be huge. We’re talking ferris wheel-huge. 100-foot slide huge.
Join Programming Board for a day filled with fun, food, and prizes on Saturday, April 26, from 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. on the Westchester Campus.
This year’s carnival will feature a ferris wheel and 100-foot slide (but we already told you that), funnel cakes and more food, games, and tons of entertainment including…
(From America's Got Talent!) Nick Pike’s show is a combination of juggling, acrobatics, and fast-paced comedy, hilarious audience participation, and stunts so dangerous no one else in the world performs them. Check him out!
Singer/songwriter Gary Johnson, who was nominated for 2013 Musician of the Year, is a musical entertainer whose highly-interactive, 100% text request-driven show has taken the college market by storm. His discography includes several albums with members of The Fray, Seether, Breaking Benjamin, Boston, and more; as well as a significant contribution to the soundtrack of a feature film scheduled for national release in 2014. Hear more.
Music provided by **DJ Lora**
Pace students can purchase tickets on EventBrite for $5 plus fees. Day-of pricing for students is $7. Bring your Pace ID.
Outside guests can attend the event for $10 and children ages 0-12 for $3.
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