About

Background


CCC was founded in 1971. It is a unit of the Office of the Dean of Students, and is funded by the Student Activity Fee of Student Assembly and the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly.

CCC serves to select, promote, and produce all aspects of popular concerts at Cornell, and provides the Cornell community with diverse range of prominent acts.

New members are welcome anytime of the year! General body meetings are held every Thursday at 5 PM in McGraw 165. Members are also welcome to come to our open Executive Board (eboard) meetings on Mondays at 5 PM in Willard Straight Hall Loft I. New members must attend 3 consecutive meetings and attend every other meeting afterwards to be an active voting member.

Working A Show


CCC members do far more than simply selecting artists to come to Cornell as all CCC sponsored shows are student produced. The production is split into 6 crews: Security, Stage, Box Office, Merchandise, Hospitality, and Ticket Taking. Members who have attended the most meetings and promoted the event are given preference to their desired crew.

Security Working Avicii
Pictured: Working Security At Avicii (2/13)

Led by the Executive Director, the security crew is responsible for overlooking the audience at key locations of the venue and securing the backstage area. This crew is a half-day crew.

Stage
Led by the Productions Director, the stage crew is responsible for the setting up and breaking down the stage, lights, and sound of the concert during the day. During the show, the stage crew doubles as security members. This crew is a full-day crew.

Box Office
Led by the Finance Director, the box office is responsible for selling tickets at the door and attending to the will call tickets. This crew is a half-day crew.

Merchandise
Led by the Promotions Director, the merchandise crew is responsible for the selling of any merchandise provided by the artist. The Promotions Director is also responsible for handling press. This crew is a half-day crew.

Hospitality
Led by the Administrative Director, the hospitality crew is responsible for the preparation of the artists’ dressing rooms, as well as providing food for both the crews and the artists. This is a full-day crew.

Ticket Taking
Led by the Selections Director, the ticket takers are responsible for scanning and collecting tickets, as well as confiscating any items that cannot be brought into the venue.