ATO preps to Rock the Wreath
Nov 15, 2010
The buzz for Rock the Wreath this year is highly anticipated with the appearance of Big Sean who is scheduled to release his debut album this fall! In the words of Big Sean, “Man I got my dark glasses on cause I’m ready for the big lights.” Big Sean was recently signed to Kanye West’s label with his album featuring hip hop stars such as, Pharrell Williams, Kanye West, Kid Cudi, Mr Hudson, Chiddy Bang, Pusha T of Clipse, Rick Ross, The-Dream, Drake, Tyga, Eminem, Wale, and Mike Posner. Big Sean is quickly entering the spot light and gaining recognition as a prominent new artist. He has also been seen traveling around the world with Kanye who discovered and pegged him as a future star. ATO’s head of social chair Oscar Delgado says “If you really want to experience hip hop while helping out a good cause get familiar with Big Sean at www.uknowbigsean.com and come to rock the wreath.”
Rock the Wreath is a charitable event that takes place once a year on campus at the Alpha Tau Omega’s Fraternity House. All proceeds raised will be given to the Children’s Miracle Network, a non-profit organization committed to the wellness and improvement of children’s lives by raising funds for children’s hospitals. Over the past seven years ATO has raised over 70,000 dollars for charity with over 40,000 raised in the past two years. In addition to funds earned in recent years, Rock the Wreath has attracted between 900 and 1250 UCF students and members of the surrounding Orlando community making it one of the largest UCF philanthropy events.
The Concert is scheduled for November 18th 2010. Pick up your tickets this week at student union or online at www.rockthewreath.com. Tickets start at $10 or can be purchased for $15 at the door all proceeds will be donated to charity. ATO will also be selling event merchandise during the event (t-shirts and white zip up hoodies).
Music lovers get ready to get down with Big Sean November 18th while together we help raise funds to improve children’s lives at Rock the Wreath!