Students Prepare for this Year’s Juice Jam
By Nicole Aponte
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – University Union presents Juice Jam this Sunday. This is the first time since 2019 that this concert is in-person. The concert is to take place at North Manley Lot on South Campus.
Jack Harlow is set to headline with artists B.O.B, Bea Miller, and Audrey Nuna also performing. University Union president Beck Petrone said that much more preparation had to go into this year’s Juice Jam than compared to last.
“Even during our virtual programming, the president, the vice president, the entire concerts board and the rest of the board directors all had serious roles. But now that it’s in-person, we really have to worry about every single detail, and its just making sure the whole show runs well,” Petrone said. “We have to manage both the organization and the event, but we’re really hoping the event goes well.”
Masks must be worn at all times in accordance with the University’s masking guidelines. SU and Onondaga County are both currently in code red, which means that no matter the vaccination status, students must wear masks indoors and outdoors at all times. Those attending must also adhere to the stay safe pledge.
“We are working really closely with the University, to try and make this event as safe and accessible as possible.” Matsui said. “So, I would say the set-up and everything is completely the same and everything should be very much the same.”
Doors are to open at 12pm and the Dome Clear Bag Policy will be in place. Any clear baggage will be permitted at security. Tickets are available for purchase online for $25, and SU and ESF must sign in with their school email.
A physical copy of a ticket must be presented at check-in and can be picked up at Gate E starting at noon on Saturday, September 25th. A valid student identification will also be swiped to get into Juice Jam. Transportation to North Manley Lot on south campus will be available starting at 11am on Sunday morning, departing from both college place and stadium place.