Spotlight on Clubs: P.A.C.E. Board (NYC)
Go behind the curtain and learn about P.A.C.E. Board, the organization that brought memorable performances by Kesha and Jesse McCartney to the NYC Campus this year.
P.A.C.E. Board, who brings you talented musicians, bands, comedians, and more each semester on the NYC Campus is wrapping up a super successful year of sold out shows and gearing up for their best year yet. Get to go behind the curtain and hear their proudest moments from the year, including a sold out Homecoming performance featuring Kesha, and much more!
Number of members: 50
Song that describes your club: “We are so diverse, we can’t pick just one!”
Your club in a couple of words: Hardworking, dedicated, passionate, and fun
Q: What is the most memorable moment you guys have had this year?
A: Selling out Homecoming, which featured Kesha, Ansolo, and Desiigner, two weeks before it. It was the first time we had three different acts like that. Also, for Amateur Night, we announced Jesse McCartney the day before the event and we hit capacity, and we hit capacity for Comedy Night.
Q: What are your goals for next year?
A: Make P.A.C.E. Board known on campus, recruit more people to join us, and make bigger and better events that sell out!
Q: If you could pick a few artists (realistic or unrealistic) that you dream of seeing hit the stage at Pace, who would they be?
A: Demi Lovato, Travis Scott, Walk the Moon, The 1975, All Time Low, or Rae Srummurd, to name a few.
Q: What is something you are excited to bring to the table next year?
A: New events and ways to be innovative with the new construction, and new members!
Q: Do you have any events coming up?
A: We don’t have any more this semester, but we had our first Broadway event a few weeks ago where we saw Waitress and The Lion King for $35 a ticket, and those were sold out events as well. We are excited to continue Broadway trips in the future!
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