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What: Brandon Leake at the University of North Texas as part of the Mary Jo and V. Lane Rawlins Fine Arts Series.

When:  7 p.m. April 4, 2023 (Tuesday)

Where: University Union Lyceum, 1155 Union Circle, Denton, Texas

Cost: Tickets are free for UNT students and cost $5 for a student guest ticket (limit one); $10 for UNT staff, faculty, and alumni; and $15 for the general public. Tickets can be purchased at UNTuniontickets.com.

Parking Info:

UNT Parking Permit Holders: Please follow Transportation Services parking rules and regulations in regard to your designated pass.

Non-UNT Parking Permits: Hourly public parking is available at the Highland Street Garage. The garage is located at the corner of Central Avenue and West Highland Street with easy access to the Union via the West Highland Street entrance.

Background:

Originally from Stockton, California, America’s Got Talent Season 15 winner Brandon Leake is a spoken word poet who has performed in Canada, Mexico and New Zealand, along with 36 states around the country. He is also the founder of Called to Move, an organization he started when he was in college, that uses poetry to help in the personal development in youth nationwide.

In between performances, he conducts poetry workshops and is a keynote speaker at many conferences and universities.  

Source: UNT

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