ASU Homecoming Features Big Ticket Performers and COVID Protocols
By Lois G. Russell
Alabama State University’s Homecoming concert will feature exciting entertainment with COVID safety protocols in place.
“We want concert attendees to enjoy a great evening, but we also want them to be as safe as possible during the event,” said ASU President, Dr. Quinton T. Ross, Jr. “The University will provide microbial spraying of the Acadome prior to the concert which forms a protective barrier against the coronavirus; however, we also encourage all attendees to practice personal safety protocols, including wearing masks.”
ASU is still a mask-mandatory campus, which means all employees, students and visitors are required to wear facial coverings especially in large gatherings.
“We are very excited about all of our plans for the Bama State Homecoming and having the opportunity to welcome the public back to our campus, but we also remain committed to keeping our campus family and visitors as safe as possible through the protocols that were established early in the pandemic,” Ross added.
The ASU Homecoming concert will be held on Friday, October 8, in the Dunn-Oliver Acadome and features headliners Moneybagg Yo and Latto.
To purchase tickets, which are limited, and to find out more about other Homecoming events, visit www.alasu.edu/bamastatehomecoming.