First Steps:

  • Think about all aspects of the event (guest arrival, duration of event, etc.)
  • If hosting an event that involves President Cabrera, please note that he prefers to incorporate as many students as possible in musical performances.
  • Before hiring an external entertainment provider, be sure to review the information on Hiring Suppliers
  • If you have additional questions, or cannot find an entertainment source, contact us.

Entertainment & Event Hosts

Event Hosts and V.I.P.s

Campus Tours

  • Student Ambassadors provide personalized campus tours to alumni, legacy students, and guests of Georgia Tech.
  • Tours are tailored to each individual and can be requested by completing the Tour Request form.

Student Ambassadors

  • The Ambassadors are a group of professionally motivated students who represent the student body as official hosts of the Institute. GT Ambassador members are chosen because they represent great leadership, hospitality, and effective communication skills.
  • On and off campus, the Georgia Tech Ambassadors are an invaluable resource for additional assistance at all types of events.
  • Student Ambassadors represent Georgia Tech’s student body by greeting and speaking with guests of the Institute.
  • To request Student Ambassador support at your next event, complete the Event Request form.  
  • For more information, visit gtambassadors.org or call 404.385.7343. 

Ambassador Tips

  • Prior to the event, introduce yourself, give a quick rundown of the duties expected, and let them know you are available if they have any questions or changes. 
  • Be specific and clear with instructions and provide as much information as possible. 
  • On the day of the event, instruct them to arrive early to run through the event and expectations. 
  • Communicate about who is attending the event and what are the topics being discussed. Encourage them to stay and network with event attendees. 
  • If you are serving food at your event, remember to offer food to your Ambassadors. Provide water or snacks, depending on the length of the event.   
  • It is important to thank Ambassadors after the event. Sending a personalized thank you note or email is easy and a thoughtful gesture.

V.I.P.s

If you wish to have a member of the Carnegie Executive Team (e.g., President Cabrera) participate in any way

  • You must complete the Carnegie Executive Request form
  • We encourage you to complete the form no later than eight weeks prior to your event.
  • All requests will be considered but are subject to approval by Carnegie staff members.

​If your proposed request has been approved

  • ​You will receive a notification within two to three business days. 
  • Submit an Event Details form no later than five weeks prior to your event.
  • Submit a completed Run of Show within three days of the event to the appropriate Carnegie contact.

Music

Marching and Pep Bands

  • The 365-member Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket Marching Band is one of the oldest programs in the country. The "Yellow Jacket" Pep Band is a vital part of the college basketball experience.
  • The Tech Band has performed at such prestigious events as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Superbowl XXXIV, the Orange Bowl, the Citrus Bowl, and numerous NCAA events.
  • For more information about these two bands, contact Director of Athletic Bands Chris Moore.

G.I.F.T.E.D.

  • G.I.F.T.E.D. is a Christian organization dedicated to ministering the word of God through song and praise.
  • To request a performance, contact G.I.F.T.E.D.

Infinite Harmony

  • Infinite Harmony is Georgia Tech's only mixed a cappella group.
  • With a repertoire as diverse and interesting as its members, Infinite Harmony brings to its performances a love of music and a taste of fun.
  • To request a performance, email them directly.

Nothin' But Treble

  • Nothin’ But Treble, Georgia Tech's all-female a cappella group is comprised of ten to twelve singers.
  • A member of the group arranges all of the music in Nothin’ But Treble’s growing repertoire.
  • To request a performance, fill out their contact form.

Sympathetic Vibrations

  • Sympathetic Vibrations (SympVibes) is an all-male a cappella group consisting of twelve to fifteen members who arrange all their own music (mostly pop and classic rock). 
  • Symp Vibes perform for various Georgia Tech and private events, while also holding their own concerts at various campus venues each semester.
  • To schedule a performance, visit their website or contact their business manager

Taal Tadka

  • Taal Tadka is Georgia Tech's premiere South Asian a cappella group.
  • To discuss performance opportunities, please visit their website.

School of Music Ensembles

The School of Music has numerous vocal and ensemble groups to complement any event. Visit the links below for descriptions of each group and related contact information.

School Spirit

Buzz

Big Buzz

Georgia Tech Cheerleaders

  • Georgia Tech Cheerleading is comprised of two squads. Each squad performs a variety of stunts and pyramids.
  • In addition to games, the cheerleaders participate in tournaments, championships, and numerous appearances throughout the community and on campus.
  • Click here to request an appearance.

Goldrush Dance Team

  • Goldrush is the official dance team of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
  • In addition to representing Georgia Tech at athletic events, Goldrush can be seen at numerous charity, Georgia Tech Athletic Association, and corporate events throughout the season.
  • Click here to request an appearance.

Marching and Pep Bands

  • The 365-member Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket Marching Band is one of the oldest programs in the country. The "Yellow Jacket" Pep Band is a vital part of the college basketball experience.
  • The Tech Band has performed at such prestigious events as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Superbowl XXXIV, the Orange Bowl, the Citrus Bowl, and numerous NCAA events.
  • For more information about these two bands, contact Director of Athletic Bands Chris Moore.

Ramblin’ Wreck

  • The Rambin’ Wreck, a 1930 Model A Ford Cabriolet Coupe, is maintained by the students of the Ramblin’ Wreck Club.  
  • Seen at all home football games and many times throughout the year, the Ramblin’ Wreck can be requested for your next event.
  • Complete the Appearance Request form and the current driver will contact you shortly.

Raffles, Door Prizes, and Games

Raffles

  • A raffle is an activity in which participants buy a chance to win an item or service. For example, if I ask you to pay $1.00 for a ticket, which will be placed among several others, from which one will be randomly selected for a prize, this is a raffle. 
  • If you plan to organize a raffle, you must apply for a raffle license from the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office at least thirty days prior to your event.
  • For more information on this process, visit the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office’s website.

Door Prize Drawings

  • Placing names in a bowl for a chance to win a prize, and no money is exchanged, is a door prize drawing. 
  • At Georgia Tech, door prizes are permitted and do not need approval; however they must adhere to the USG's Conference Giveaway policy. 

Games

  • In addition to contacting local vendors for inflatables and novelty items, Georgia Tech students and staff can reserve a variety of fun activities from the Resource Garage, maintained by the Residence Hall Association.
    • An updated inventory list is maintained on their website, which includes items such as karaoke machines, board games, lawn games, and popcorn and snow cone machines. 
  • For outdoor fun, the Campus Recreation Center rents a variety of game equipment for daily or extended use. Visit their website for a list of available equipment and costs.