Clemson to feature, rap, comedy, rock at Littlejohn


From rock to rap to comedy, Clemson University’s Littlejohn Coliseum has something for everyone in its lineup of spring shows. There shows will include performances by Mac Miller, Ron White and Need To Breathe.

Mac Miller – March 28

Rapper Mac Miller will make his Clemson debut on March 28. Doors will open at 7 p.m. for the 8 p.m. show.

Miller is a new artist from Pittsburgh who has taken the Internet by storm. His videos have had millions of views on YouTube, and his first album, “Blue Slide Park,” reached No. 3 on the iTunes album charts in 2011.

Tickets for the show are $33 for reserved riser seats and $28 for reserved lower bowl seats.

Ron White ­– April 26

Comic Ron White will make his third appearance at Littlejohn at 8 p.m. April 26.

White, a Grammy Award-winning comedian, rose to fame as part of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour. His television specials are among the highest rated programs in Comedy Central history, and his book “I Had the Right to Remain Silent… But I Didn’t Have the Ability” was on The New York Times Bestseller list. This will be White’s third performance at Littlejohn.

Tickets for White’s show are $50 for Gold Circle (the first three rows of floor seats), $39 for floor and riser seating and $34 for lower bowl seating.


Native South Carolina rockers NEEDTOBREATHE will return to Clemson for a show at 8 p.m. April 27.

NEEDTOBREATHE last played Littlejohn in 2010, and that show sold the most tickets of any venue on the band’s spring tour that year. Their latest album, “The Reckoning,” sold 48,000 copies and reached No. 6 on the Billboard Top 200. The band features two brothers who grew up in Possum Kingdom. For more information, go to

Tickets are $25 for bowl seats and $30 for riser and floor seats.

Tickets for all three shows are available at the Hendrix Student Center information desk or online at For more information about these events or the venue, visit