Ticket Information

Tickets are no longer available but are required for admittance to the festival.

Terms and Conditions

Tickets are non-refundable and prohibited for sale. There is no rain-out or weather-related contingency for Kettering University's Centennial Fest including the T-Pain concert. Patrons must follow the rules of Kettering University, Atwood Stadium, and the Centennial Fest event area.

Prohibited Items

As a general rule, any items that obstruct the view of other guests or that can be used as projectiles, that interfere with the comfort of other guests or are deemed inappropriate/hazardous by event security are prohibited. Guests are subject to visual inspection of person, parcels, bags, and clothing capable of concealing prohibited items. Guests may refuse inspections but event staff reserves the right to refuse entry. Changes in national, regional and campus security levels may affect security procedures.

The following items are not permitted in the Centennial Fest area:

  • Outside alcohol; 
  • Tobacco, including e-cigarettes and vapor cigarettes;
  • Non-service animals;
  • Firearms, weapons and sharp objects including mace and pepper spray;
  • Bags larger than 12” x 12” x 6”;
  • Coolers and containers, including bottles and beverage containers;
  • Signs or banners larger than 2’ x 3’;
  • Bicycles, skateboards, strollers beyond concourse;
  • Noise makers;
  • Large umbrellas;
  • Objects that obstruct others views, including baseball bats and poles;
  • Clothing displaying profane or inappropriate symbols or wording;
  • Hazardous materials including but not limited to explosives and fireworks, laser pointers, and selfie sticks;
  • Any illegal substances; or
  • Any other item or action deemed dangerous or inappropriate.

No outside food or drinks are allowed.

Prohibited Behavior

Behavior must be appropriate and supportive of a family friendly environment.  Language and actions must be respectful of teams, officials, performers and others.  Instructions of event staff and safety officers must be followed.

Examples of prohibited behavior include, but are not limited to:

  • Disruptive, profane or abusive language;
  • Throwing objects of any kind;
  • Demonstrating unruly behavior;
  • Attempting to enter the field of play;
  • Engaging in behavior that endangers the safety of others
  • Attempting to climb equipment and barriers within the Centennial Fest area;
  • Removing stadium turf; and/or
  • Taunting event staff and/or public safety officials.

Consequences for guests exhibiting prohibited behavior may include, but are not limited to ejection from the Centennial Fest and/or arrest.

Patron Code of Conduct

Patrons shall not:

  • Interfere with the progress of the event (including throwing objects);
  • Exhibit intoxication or other signs of impairment related to alcohol or drug consumption that result in rude or irresponsible behavior;
  • Exhibit behavior that is unruly, disruptive, or illegal in nature
  • Fight, taunt or use threatening remarks or gestures;
  • Use foul or abusive language or gestures;
  • Stand, sit or loiter in aisles;
  • Trespass, solicit, peddle and loiter;
  • Stand on seats;
  • Use tobacco in any area of the Centennial Fest;
  • Display affection not appropriate in a public setting;
  • Exhibit public indecency;
  • Possess and/or use illegal drugs or firearms;
  • Wear obscene, indecent or offensive clothing;
  • Fail to comply with instructions from event staff, ushers, parking attendants, security or law enforcement;
  • Interfere with others ability to enjoy the event; or
  • Damage any areas or equipment in festival area