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This Event Was Programmed by:
Charles Boulton
Concerts Director
This Event Was Sponsored by:


Ticket Policies

  • Current students, faculty and staff of the University of Maryland may purchase up to one (1) tickets per UMD ID. There is a four (4) ticket limit for general public tickets per person.

  • To enter the event with a UMD ticket, a valid UMD ID (students/faculty/staff) must be presented along with the ticket.

  • Persons with a UMD ticket who do not have a valid UMD ID will either be sent to the Stamp Ticket Office staff on site at the venue to pay the difference to a non- UMD ticket or told to return with their UMD ID.

  • UMD ID is not needed for a General Public ticket.


  • Those who line up at Gate A will be given the option of receiving a wristband for floor access.

  • The wristband will be put on by the SEE Security staff and will allow you to leave and re-enter the floor area. Only unripped wristbands on a wrist will be given floor access. Torn, damaged, and unworn wristbands will not be accepted.

  • Tickets can be purchased at the Stamp Ticket Office or online up until and on the day of the event.

There will be no refunds or exchanges available online or at the Stamp Ticket Office for any reason.

At the Door

  • Ticket-Holders should not line up outside of the Xfinity Center before 4:30pm on the event date. There will be no holding spots in line.

  • Line up and entry will be available at GATE A of the Xfinity Center.

  • The wristband will be put on by the SEE Security staff and will allow you to leave and re-enter the floor area.


  • BAG POLICY- Guests will only be able to carry the following style and size bags into the stadium all of which are subject to search:

  • Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12” x 6” x 12"

  • One-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar)

  • Small clutch bags, measuring 4.5” x 6.5” with or without a handle or strap

  • All other bags will not be permitted. A list of prohibited bags includes, but is not limited to: purses, backpacks, drawstring bags that are not clear, briefcases, coolers, fanny packs, luggage, computer bags, camera bags, binocular cases and diaper bags. Guests are encouraged to return unauthorized items to their vehicles. The University of Maryland cannot safeguard items that are not permitted into the stadium.

  • BAG SEARCH-All bags are subject to search upon entry and are subject to additional searches within the arena.

  • Camera and Videotaping Policy: No cameras or videotapes of any sort are allowed into the venue. Any individuals with cameras, video recorders or computers will be asked to leave them outside of the venue.

  • No outside food or drink is allowed in to the Xfinity Center. Concessions will be open during the concert.

  • There is also a zero tolerance drug and alcohol policy at the event venue. UMD is a Smoke-Free Campus. Anyone in violation of any event policies could be asked to leave the event. Anyone with forbidden items (i.e., food) will be asked to throw them away and/or leave them in their vehicle or residence.

  • Individuals who are driving to the event are advised to park in Lot 4b and Lot 9b. These lots are free after 4:00PM.

  • There is NO RE-ENTRY to the event after leaving Xfinity Center. Doors for the event will close promptly at 9:30pm.

  • Services for Individuals with Disabilities/Accessibility will enter GATE C:Individuals with access needs should contact Laura Hood ( when you purchase this ticket. Accommodations will be made to the best of our ability.  



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Multi-platinum selling artist A$AP Ferg has always been drawn to the artistic realm, but he got his start in fashion. Born Darold Ferguson Jr., he grew up on a block in Harlem called Hamilton Heights, otherwise known as “Hungry Ham,” where his father ran his own boutique. Ferg attended the High School for Art and Design in Manhattan and launched his own clothing and jewelry line, “Devoni Clothing,” where he designed and distributed belts worn by Chris Brown, Swizz Beatz, and Diggy Simmons.


In 2010, Ferg and A$AP Rocky teamed up for viral hits “Get High,” “Kissin’ Pink,” and “Ghetto Symphony.” Early 2013 marked the announcement that Ferg signed with RCA, which was followed by a remix of Ferg’s “Work” with Trinidad James, French Montana, and ScHoolboy Q. That same year, Ferg released his single “Persian Wine” and his solo album “Trap Lord.” Ferg dropped his “Ferg Forever” mixtape in 2014, which included the 2015 hit “Dope Walk.” His sophomore album “Always Strive and Prosper” was released in 2016 with songs featuring Missy Elliott, Big Sean, Skrillex, and Lil Uzi Vert. His second mixtape, “Still Striving,” arrived summer of 2017 with a remix of Ferg and Remy Ma’s “East Coast,” featuring A$AP Rocky, Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg, and Rick Ross. This mixtape also included Ferg’s highest-charting solo track, “Plain Jane.”

Toronto-based singer and songwriter Jessie Reyez released her sophomore EP “Being Human in Public” via FMLY / Island in October. In the past year alone, Reyez has made a name for herself through critically-acclaimed songs, a support run on Halsey’s U.S. tour, performances at musical festivals, and collaborations with notable artists, such as Eminem and Daniel Caesar. She kicked off fall 2018 with her headlining North American tour “Being Human on Tour,” where all 30 dates quickly sold out.

Reyez also had a busy summer with appearances at major music festivals, such as Outside Lands, Lollapalooza, AFROPUNK, Made in America and Bonnaroo and two notable features on Eminem’s surprise album “Kamikaze.” She has collaborated with other artists including Daniel Caesar ("Figures, A Reprise"), Sam Smith ("Promises") and Calvin Harris ("Hard to Love"), who she co-wrote Dua Lipa's summer hit "One Kiss" with.


THEY. exist far beyond the bounds of genre, expectation, assumption, and fear. The Los Angeles-based duo of Dante and Drew create without compromise at the nexus of R&B, grunge, electronic, and pop.


This defiant approach has defined the group since its 2015 inception. Representative of a singular style, their 2017 full-length debut, “Nü Religion: HYENA” [Mind of a Genius/Warner Bros. Records], garnered tastemaker praise courtesy of Noisey, Associated Press, and NME, to name a few. As the record tallied over 50 million cumulative streams within a year, the pair ignited stages on tour alongside PARTYNEXTDOOR, Jeremih, and Bryson Tiller in addition to bringing down the house at Coachella 2018. That same year proved to be another high watermark. Celebrating their summer single “POPS,” they hosted the first-ever “POPS” Day, which offered fathers and sons free haircuts in six major cities, in partnership Barbershopconnect and BaBylissPRO®. Moreover, they capped 2018 off with the critically acclaimed Fireside EP. In the glow of a bonfire and soundtracked by airy acoustic guitar, the six-song collection attracted acclaim from Rolling Stone, FADER, Newsweek, Paper Magazine, Billboard, Complex, Vibe, and many others. In a few months’ time, “What I Know Now” [feat. Wiz Khalifa] gathered over 12 million Spotify streams and “Broken” [feat. Jessie Reyez] leapt past the 8 million mark. With sold out shows and festival appearances as well as new music throughout 2019, THEY. continue to chart new territory on their own terms.




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