SNHU alumni Matt Corman (Class of 2017) opened for Fetty Wap at CAPE's Homecoming Major Concert on October 13. Being a SNHU alumnus, Corman has always wanted to perform at SNHU. The Cape Cod native attended SNHU beginning in 2013 and started working as a manager for Enterprise in Boston as soon as he graduated last summer. During the day, he has a normal day job
On October 13, Southern New Hampshire University’s student-run organization Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE) hosted their annual major concert as a part of 2017’s Homecoming celebration. Selling out in the first 13 hours of being on sale earlier this month, the concert was set to be bigger and better than its predecessors. In this regard, the concert met and exceeded many people’s
Last night, CAPE revealed rapper Fetty Wap as the 2017 Major Concert headliner. As of 10 a.m. this morning, all 1,500 tickets have been sold, twelve hours from the time they went on sale. “This has never happened in the history of the major concert, that we have sold out a complete show in less than one day,” said Shannon Conway, CAPE concert chair
This year’s Major Concert artist has been revealed at tonight’s Big Money Bingo. Rap artist Fetty Wap, known for hits “Trap Queen” and “679” will be performing at SNHU on October 13 in the Athletic Complex Fieldhouse. Supporting Fetty Wap will be SNHU alum Matt Corman. “We started the planning process back in March when we compiled a list of potential headliners and openers.
Megan Palmer: What opportunity does working as the major concert chair provide you? how does it help you grow? Haley Mailloux: For me, planning the major concert was extreme. I've planned small events in the past for CAPE; this was just a new challenge that I was excited to take on. I've learned to be much more organized, keeping copies of everything on Dropbox to help