Established in 1958 as an annual Homecoming tradition, Pigskin Revue provides a showcase of winning acts from the previous year's All University Sing competition. These Broadway-style acts, prepared and performed by campus organizations, feature costumes, elaborate backdrops and props as well as complex choreography.Purchase Tickets.
For questions concerning tickets and access, please contact the BDSC Ticket Office at email@example.com or 254-710-3210.
Pigskin Revue was established in 1958 by Marie Mathis, director of the Student Union Building who also founded All University Sing, as a way to increase the quality of Sing acts and to showcase winners from the previous year. Originally, the winning acts were awarded a loving cup and--with the exception of the first year--prize money. Currently, the top eight Sing acts are awarded $1,000 in prize money and invited back to showcase their performance during Homecoming weekend.
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The campus has updated expectations and processes for large events, so below are a few things to be aware of before you arrive to campus this weekend:
A clear bag policy is now in place for entry into Waco Hall for Pigskin Revue. This mirrors the clear bag policy at our athletic venues, including McLane Stadium. Please see those policies here.
Security screenings will also be in place at the entrances of Waco Hall and staff will be present to assist with this process. Please be ready to show your ticket for entrance into Waco Hall once you pass through security.