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All patrons of Legends events must have a valid I.D. (driver's licences, Appalachian student I.D., military I.D., and Passports are accepted). Students must show an Appalachian I.D. to be let in with a student ticket or they must pay the difference between the student ticket and the guest ticket. Appalachian State Students must have their ASU ID to enter Legends. Guests of students at Legends events must be at least 18 years old and must show a valid Government issued ID to enter. For more information please see Legends Event Policies.
How to Purchase Tickets
Purchase Tickets in Advance
ASU students can purchase advance tickets at a discounted price for many A.P.P.S. sponsored events at the Plemmons Student Union Information Center, Monday-Friday from 10:00 am-4:00 pm. Guests of students at Legends events must be at least 18 years old and must show a valid Government issued ID to enter. Tickets for film showings may now be purchased in advance too. Cash, App Express, & credit cards accepted. For ticket questions, please call 828-262-3030 for more information.
Tickets to many Legends events may be purchased online. The link will be on the APPS home page next to the event. Guests of students at Legends events must be at least 18 years old and must show a valid Government issued ID to enter.
There will be a $2.50 service charge for all online ticket purchases. All guests must be at least 18 years of age and be accompanied by an ASU student, faculty, or staff member for admission. A valid driver's license is required for entry by non-ASU students.
Tickets at the Door
Patrons may purchase tickets the night of the event at the Legends box office providing the event is not sold out. The Legends box office will open at the time the doors open for the show. Cash and App Express accepted. Guests of students at Legends events must be at least 18 years old and must show a valid Government issued ID to enter.
Popular series at I.G. Greer are $1.00 in advance at PSU Ticket Center located at the PSU Information Center and $2.00 at the door (cash only). Vintage series at Greenbriar are $1.00 at the door only (cash only).
Schaefer Performing Arts Center
Any events held in the Schaefer Center Performing Arts must be purchased at their venue or through their website at http://theschaefercenter.org/.
Ticket Resale/ Scalping Tickets
The NCGS 14-344 state statute prohibits the sale of admission tickets in excess of the printed price. It permits a small service fee, limited to $3.00, to be added to the value of the ticket but nothing beyond that. It is a Class 2 misdemeanor to sell a ticket for a price greater than the price permitted by the law.
§ 14-344. Sale of admission tickets in excess of printed price:
Any person, firm, or corporation shall be allowed to add a reasonable service fee to the face value of the tickets sold, and the person, firm, or corporation which sells or resells such tickets shall not be permitted to recoup funds greater than the combined face value of the ticket, tax, and the authorized service fee. This service fee may not exceed three dollars ($3.00) for each ticket except that a promoter or operator of the property where the event is to be held and a ticket sales agency may agree in writing on a reasonable service fee greater than three dollars ($3.00) for the first sale of tickets by the ticket sales agent. This service fee may be a pre-established amount per ticket or a percentage of each ticket.The existence of the service fee shall be made known to the public by printing or writing the amountof the fee on the tickets which are printed for the event. Any person, firm or corporation which sells or offers to sell a ticket for a price greater than the price permitted by this section or as permitted by G.S. 14-344.1 shall be guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor. (1941, c. 180; 1969, c. 1224, s. 8; 1977, c. 9; 1979, c. 909; 1981, c. 36; 1985, c. 434; 1991, c. 165, s. 1; 1993, c. 539, s. 232; 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 24, s. 14(c); 2008-158, ss. 3, 4; 2009-255, s. 1.)