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NPHC Pan-Afrikan Step Show

Posted: 2013-03-13

If you haven’t attended a NPHC Step Show, you are missing out! If you don’t know what a step show is, our promotional video will give you a sneak peek! Rooted in African tradition and flavored with modern Greek Life culture, step shows evolved into a community-wide event for fraternities and sororities both on campus and at other institutions.

Originally, NPHC fraternities and sororities began stepping to build brother and sisterhood. Stepping developed listening, teamwork, and skill building. Today, step shows are full-blown professional productions!

The Pan-Afrikan NPHC Step Show this year will be the biggest it’s EVER been! Traditionally, the Step Show is featured in Stewart Theatre in the Talley Student Center; however, since Talley is undergoing renovations this year’s NPHC Step Show will be hosted in Dorton Arena on Saturday April 13 from 7-9 p.m. This venue will hold more than 2,000 people.

Take this opportunity for you and your brothers or sisters to enjoy an amazing experience together and interact with other chapters in our Greek Community. You can even make this event an additional bonus to your standards binder as “Council Involvement.”

Ticket sales are open March 11–April 13 or until we reach capacity. Purchase tickets online.

General Admission:

Early Bird: March 11-March 24 -- $12 per person Regular: March 25-April 12 -- $15 per person at the door: April 13 -- $20 per person

Floor Seating (Limited number)

March 11-April 12 -- $20 per person at the door: April 13 -- $25 per person

Tickets will also be sold at each of the NPHC hosted educational programs until the show. The spring Step Show is one of the many programs NPHC fraternities and sororities host open to all students.