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Mayfest 2018 Beverage Bracelets Now on Sale
Beverage bracelets for Mayfest 2018 are on sale at the Schine Student Center Goldstein Auditorium upper lobby area, starting at 11 a.m.
This year, as shared in February, beverage options are expanded for students of legal age to purchase and will include beer, gluten-free beer, wine slushies and hard cider.
Bracelets are $3 and include three tabs that can be exchanged for three alcoholic beverages in the designated beverage area. SU SUpercard and debit cards cannot be used to pay for bracelets. Cash/credit cards are accepted. One beverage bracelet will be allowed per person.
Current undergraduate students of legal age must present a valid Syracuse University or State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) ID and government-issued ID to purchase one beverage bracelet.
Guests and current Syracuse University graduate and law students of legal age must purchase and present a valid guest ticket and government-issued ID to purchase one beverage bracelet.
Beverage bracelets will be available for purchase for students of legal age at the Schine Student Center Goldstein Auditorium upper lobby area. You WILL NOT be able to purchase a beverage bracelet at Walnut Park during the Mayfest event, so please plan ahead and pick up your beverage bracelet early. Beverage bracelets will be available for purchase on:
- Wednesday, April 25, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
- Friday, April 27, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Be sure to keep the beverage bracelet on; all attendees of Mayfest must have an affixed beverage bracelet with tabs attached to enter the designated beverage area. There will be no entry/re-entry into the designated beverage area if all tabs are gone.
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