Bailey Center Name-a-Seat Campaign


Naming a seat in the new concert hall in the Bailey Performance Center is a great way to honor someone special and show your commitment to music, to students and to Kennesaw State University. Your contribution of $1,000 permanently identifies your commitment to the music program at KSU. Your gift will support music scholarships and programs to strengthen the fabric of the KSU Department of Music.

The Dr. Bobbie Bailey and Family Performance Center includes a 600-seat concert hall, a rehearsal/recital hall, and the D. Russell Clayton Gallery. The home of the the KSU music program and the site of more than 150 concerts, performances and recitals annually, the Bailey Performance Center also houses the Georgia Youth Symphony Orchestra, the KSU Summer Music Clinic and the Premiere Series concerts presented by the College of the Arts.

The Name A Seat campaign is your opportunity to sustain the new Performance Center and ensure its success as an educational and cultural resource.

Note: Naming a seat does not mean that you may designate a seat to be available for each event you attend in the auditorium. Tickets must still be purchased for events and seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.