Published: April 6, 2023 By

Cordae, with the direct support of N3ptune and Rusty Steve, will headline the 2023 Spring Show sponsored by the Cultural Events Board and Program Council. The show will take place Friday, April 21, in the University Memorial Center Glenn Miller Ballroom. Doors are scheduled to open at 7 p.m., with music beginning at 8 p.m.

Cordae performing at Openair Frauenfeld in 2019

Cordae performing at Openair Frauenfeld in 2019. CC photo by Frank Schwichtenberg

Tickets are $25 for CU Boulder students and $35 the day of the show. Tickets are $50 for the general public. Wristbands will be granted upon entry, and no re-entry will be allowed once attendees enter the venue and leave. Purchase tickets here.

The Spring Show is Program Council’s last big event of the school year in collaboration with the Cultural Events Board, closing off the school year with live music. The event allows outgoing seniors and the rest of the student body to celebrate what the year has had to offer.


A two-time Grammy Award-nominated artist, Cordae has quietly become one of the modern generation’s most trusted narrators, depicting life’s trials, tribulations and triumphs with powerful and poetic perspective and without filter. He released his debut album The Lost Boy in 2019, followed by From A Birds Eye View in 2022. Check out Cordae's music here. 

N3ptune and Rusty Steve

Hailed as a “Denver Musician to Watch” by 303 Magazine, N3ptune is an explosive multi-hyphenate hailing from Denver. A proudly queer singer/songwriter, producer, dancer, model, actor and director, N3ptune is carving out a lane in Denver’s music scene. Heavily influenced by his upbringing in the Baptist church, N3ptune is a genre-bender who merges the essence of gospel, blues and soul into an amalgamation of pop music. N3ptune performs with guitarist Rusty Steve. Learn more about N3ptune.

If you go

Who: Open to the public
What: 2023 Spring Show
When: Friday, April 21, 8 p.m.
Where: UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom

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Cultural Events Board

The CU Boulder Cultural Events Board is student-run organization whose mission is to support underrepresented and misrepresented groups on campus. The board, which is funded through student fees allocated by the University of Colorado Boulder Student Government, promotes opportunities for interaction among students to create an environment that fosters respect, understanding and appreciation for cultural differences. 

Program Council

The University of Colorado Program Council is a student-run department of the Center for Student Involvement that is funded entirely by student fees allocated through the University of Colorado Boulder Student Government. Program Council provides affordable, high-quality, face-rocking entertainment and professional event support for the Boulder campus community.