Bulldog Bash™ is the largest free outdoor concert event in the State of Mississippi. The event is held in mid-September or October each year in the Historic Cotton District in Starkville, Mississippi.
Bulldog Bash™ is a free event and serves as a benefit concert for the United Way. Several fundraising projects are held prior to the event and a special mobile fundraising project during the concert was unveiled in 2009. Concert attendees are encouraged to make a $5 donation by texting "NCMISS" to UNITED (864833).
Bulldog Bash™ features an MSU Football DawgRally, FanFare and live music on several stages. The festival draws around 35,000 visitors and is held on a Friday night before an SEC MSU home football game. Past performers include Jason Mraz, Third Eye Blind, Gavin Degraw, Matt Wertz, Sister Hazel, Big Daddy Weave, Edwin McCain, Eric Church, Bobby Valentino, and many more.
Many sponsorship opportunities are available for individuals and businesses. Visit http://www.sponsor.msubulldogbash.org to find out more.
For more information, please visit http://www.msubulldogbash.org or contact the Co-Directors of External Events.
Letter from the SA President
My name is Michael Hogan and I am proudly serving you as the Student Association President for the 2013-2014 academic year. I am a senior from Memphis, TN studying Business Management. I hope that you all had a relaxing summer vacation and are ready for another MSU fall semester. I invite you to contact me if there are any questions or concerns you have involving campus life here at State!
This academic year is looking to be one of our most exciting to date. With programs such as Cowbell Yell, Bulldog Bash, and Homecoming looking to be better than ever, I hope you all are prepared for a year filled with Student Association events. Along with our programs, the SA is looking forward to assisting all students inside the classroom. We will be supporting the MSU Quality Enhancement Plan, Maroon and Write, to help better educate our peers on the importance of academic writing. We have also put in work to supply the student body with convenient student services including amenities such as cell phone charging stations. 2013-2014 looks like a promising year and I hope you all have the opportunity to give back to campus.
In the beginning of the fall semester, the Student Association is recruiting students to come help out on all of these student led projects. Applications for Senate, Class Council, Freshman Council and Forum, and Cabinet Committees are listed here on this very website. Take a look around and see what interests you! My doors will always remain open for students and I look forward to having the chance to serve students throughout my senior year. My office number is 325.7930. Please feel free to give me a call or stop by my office in the Colvard Student Union Suite 314. I wish you the best of luck with your fall semester!
Student Association President