Big Night 2023 is just around the corner! On March 30th, from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in Prince Hall, King’s students, staff and faculty will be sharing their talents on stage through music, poetry, dance and art. Our committee and performers have been working hard to create an awesome show this year and we’re so excited for the community to come together again for this great event.

A ticket is required to attend Big Night. Your ticket covers the cost of dinner and access to the show. 

Residence students and meal plan holders: tickets will be available for pick-up in Prince Hall from Friday, March 24 to Wednesday, March 29 during Prince Hall open hours, while supply lasts. Your ticket price will be covered with a “swipe” from your meal plan, but it must be claimed at Prince Hall prior to the event during the ticket pick-up window. 

Day Students: 50 tickets have been designated to Day Students and are available through the Day Students’ Society (DSS). See @daystudentssociety on Instagram or email for more information. 

Staff, faculty, and/or community members without a meal plan: tickets can be purchased for $18 (tax included) at Prince Hall during the pick-up window (Friday, March 24 to Wednesday, March 29 during Prince Hall open hours).

Dinner & Access to Prince Hall 

On the date of Big Night (March 30), Prince Hall will close at 2 p.m. for event preparations and soundcheck. There will be no food service available at this time. 

Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. for dinner and the show will begin promptly at 5:30 p.m. We ask that attendees arrive early so that they are seated with their meals when the show begins. 

A reminder that a ticket is required to attend Big Night, which includes dinner. Similarly to Formal Meal, if you do not wish to attend the event, or tickets are sold out, you must make other arrangements for your dinner outside of Prince Hall. King’s students who have remaining Dining Dollars left on their meal plan can use them at the following locations within the Dalhousie Student Union Building: Tim Hortons, Bento, Booster Juice and Mezza Lebanese Kitchen. Residence students can also plan to use the communal kitchens in residence.