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Events subject to change. All events are free unless otherwise stated. 

Spring 2019

Shinnenkai

Friday, February 15
Armstrong Fritz Pavilion, 7:00-11:00pm

Shinnenkai is a celebration of Japanese Culture and the Japanese New Year! This festival celebrates a new start, and this year's theme is good and bad luck in Japan! Food tasting, arts & crafts, and performances free to all students! Creating good luck charms, ceremonies for banishing bad luck and demons, photo booths, Japanese food tastings, and performances from Taiko Club and other organizations! Come and learn about the beliefs and celebrations of Japan at this cultural celebration! Hosted by the Japanese Culture and Language Club, M.U. Anime Club, and Miami University Taiko Group.

Step Afrika

Friday, February 15
Wilks Theater, 8:30pm

MU Dance Exchange

Saturday, February 16
Shriver Center & Psychology Building, 7:30pm- 2:30pm

Miami Swing Syndicate hosts an evening full of swing dancing with the 8th annual Miami University Dance Exchange. Don't know how to swing dance yet? There will be a beginner lesson starting at 7:30 by professional instructors! A live band will play through Saturday evening at MUDE Swing's Magic 8 Ball.

Fantastic Beasts

Friday, February 22
Wilks Theater

RECON

Friday, February 22 and Saturday, February 23
Armstrong Student Center, 7:00pm-1:00am & 12:00pm-1:00am

The League's annual convention celebrating all things geeky. Games, panels, a game show, prizes, and much more! Come celebrate everything geeky with us in Armstrong!

Aromatherapy Yoga

Thursday, February 28
Rec Room B, 8:00-9:00pm (Check in 7:30pm)

This aromatherapy workshop, featuring the scents of lavender and peppermint, incorporates yoga practice with infused essential oils. The style of yoga will include a gentle Vinyasa flow to afford a slower-paced experience of the of oils, coordinated with the movement and breath.

Casino Night

Friday, March 1
Armstrong Pavilion A/B, 8:00-11:00pm

A casino night fundraiser hosted by Engineers Without Borders consisting of casino style games catered by Bass/Schuler Entertainment. The event will be free to all Miami Students and faculty who will be able to win prizes. The fundraising portion is accomplished by optional sales of shirts, stickers, etc. The event has been submitted on the HUB and is pending approval.

Skate-in Movie: Bohemian Rhapsody

Friday, March 1
Goggin Ice Center, 9:30pm-12:00pm

Grab some friends and a pair of skates to watch Bohemian Rhapsody... a movie based on the true story of Queen's journey from the start of the rock band to their now-legendary 1985 performance at the Live Aid concert in Wembley Stadium.

Art After Dark

Saturday, March 2
Armstrong Pavilion, 9:00pm-12:00am

Art After Dark is back, giving everybody a chance to hang out with friends or meet new ones while choosing from a lot of art and crafts including sculpture, coloring, figure drawing, Chinese calligraphy, Myaamia ribbon work, origami, collage, button making, book binding, beads and threads, knitting and paint your own pottery. All while listening to live acoustic music and eating homemade gourmet popcorn.

Spin-in Movie

Thursday, March 7
Rec Room Sports Forum 4, 8:00-11:00pm (Check in 7:30pm)

Join your President and First Lady at Spin In Movie at the Rec! Featuring Million Dollar Arm, Spin in Movie is a great way to blow off some steam, get exercise, and interact with your school leader!

DAC Hip Hop Skate Night

Friday, March 8
Goggin Ice Center, 6:00-8:00pm

As part of Diversity Affairs Council Week 2019, DAC, The Office of Diversity Affairs and Goggin Ice Center will be teaming up again to bring you Hip Hop Skate Night. Come enjoy a night fun, music, dancing and laughter. 6pm-8pm Goggin Ice Center Free Admission

MAP Movie: A Star is Born

Friday, March 8
Wilks Theater, 9:00-11:00pm

Enjoy the Oscar nominated Best Picture Film in Wilks with free popcorn!

Library Game Night

Saturday, March 9
BEST Library, 6:00-10:00pm

The University Libraries are opening up the games collection and supplying free food for four Library Game Nights this spring. Join in the fun with your fellow Miamians and choose from a large variety of board, tabletop, and card games from classic to contemporary. No experience is required, and all students, faculty, staff and families are welcome.

A Capella Concert

Saturday, March 9
Wilks Theater, 7:00-9:00pm

Best Buddies Friends Choir will be partnering with other Miami student a cappella groups, as well as professional group ReVoiced and Marlana Vanhoose, for a night of musical fun in honor of Spread the Word to End the Word, a campaign that promotes an end to the use of the R word.

Coffee House

Thursday, March 15
Shade Stage, 8:00-10:00pm

Tea Tasting

Friday, March 15
Armstrong Pavilion A/B, 7:00- 9:00pm

Are you interested in exploring a world of teas? Come join us for Tea Tasting and take a sip around the world! We will provide teas and snacks from around the world to sample and enjoy. There will be music and fun activities as well!

Smash Ball

Saturday, March 16
Shriver Heritage Room or John E Dolibois Room, 12:00- 11:45pm

You are cordially invited to MU Smash's 3rd Annual Smash Ball. Dress in formal attire and play your heart out in Melee Singles and Doubles!

Laverne Cox, Ain’t I A Woman: My Journey to Womanhood

Thursday, April 4
Hall Auditorium, 8pm (7:30pm doors open)

Actress Laverne Cox rose to fame with her role as Sophia Burset on Orange Is the New Black, becoming the first openly transgender person to be nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in an acting category. As Cox says, "My life changed when I realized I deserve to be seen, to dream, to be fully included, always striving to bring my full humanity."

With various 'firsts' in her already impressive career, the Emmy-nominated actress, documentary film producer and prominent equal rights advocate, continues to make history in her career and significant strides in her activism. An advocate with an empowering message of moving beyond gender expectations to live more authentically, Cox's speaking engagement is guaranteed to be thought-provoking and emotionally compelling.

Bagel & Deli Competition

Friday, April 5
Armstrong Pavilion A/B, 9:00-11:00pm

Bagel & Deli is coming to campus with all the ingredients you could possibly need to make your dream bagel sandwich. Teams will compete to come up with a unique name, recipe, and menu art to submit the next bagel to be added to the famous Bagel & Deli menu for a year. Pull together a team of friends and come up with the winning bagel!

MU Relay For Life

Friday, April 5
Goggin Ice Arena, 7:00pm- 7:00am

Relay for Life is an overnight 12 hour fundraising event for the American Cancer Society. Come out to enjoyable inflatables, food, entertainment and more! All proceeds will go directly to the American Cancer Society to support cancer research and treatment options for current cancer patients. The event is free to everyone, so make sure to invite your friends and come out to support a great cause!

Dive-in Movie: Aquaman

Saturday, April 6
Rec Pool, 8:30-10:45pm

Once home to the most advanced civilization on Earth, the city of Atlantis is now an underwater kingdom ruled by the power-hungry King Orm. With a vast army at his disposal, Orm plans to conquer the remaining oceanic people -- and then the surface world. Standing in his way is Aquaman, Orm's half-human, half-Atlantean brother and true heir to the throne. With help from royal counselor Vulko, Aquaman must retrieve the legendary Trident of Atlan and embrace his destiny as protector of the deep.

Library Game Night

Saturday, April 6
Arnos Music Library, 6:00-10:00pm

The University Libraries are opening up the games collection and supplying free food for four Library Game Nights this spring. Join in the fun with your fellow Miamians and choose from a large variety of board, tabletop, and card games from classic to contemporary. No experience is required, and all students, faculty, staff and families are welcome.

Coffee House: Tyler Hilton

Thursday, April 11
Shade Stage, 8:00-11:00pm

You know him from One Tree Hill… Tyler Hilton will be coming to Miami! Don’t miss the chance to see him live.

Map Movie: The Hate U Give

Friday, April 12
Wilks Theater, 9:00-11:00am

Starr Carter is constantly switching between two worlds -- the poor, mostly black neighborhood where she lives and the wealthy, mostly white prep school that she attends. The uneasy balance between these worlds is soon shattered when she witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend at the hands of a police officer. Facing pressure from all sides of the community, Starr must find her voice and decide to stand up for what's right.

Comedy Series

Thursday, April 18
Wilks Theater, 9:00-11:00pm

Geeks and Gays

Friday, April 19
Armstrong Pavilion, 6:00pm-1:00am

Tint and The League of Geeks partner for a social gathering to promote awareness and acceptance within both communities. We will have fun LGBTQ+ themed games and activities unique to each organization and panels focusing on issues relevant both the LGBTQ+ and geeky communities to start conversations and foster stronger relationships between groups.

Carrie the Musical

Thursday, April 25 - Saturday, April 27
Wilks Theater, 8:00-10:00pm

Stage Left's spring musical performances of Carrie The Musical.

Redhawk Hunt

Friday, April 26
Armstrong Student Center

Gaming Gauntlet

Friday, April 26
Armstrong Student Center Room 2078, 7:00-11:00pm

Come one, come all! Earn glory and prizes in a Team Tournament with a Twist! This is a casual video game tournament spanning many different games spanning a variety of genres. Teams will be determined at the event. Come expecting the unexpected. We will also be running a free-playstation as well.

Coffee House: Dez Duran

Thursday, May 2
Shade Stage, 8:00-10:00pm

Dez Duron is an artist and songwriter from Shreveport, LA. He began singing at a young age in his parent’s church, even touring with different singing groups made up of his siblings. After taking a break from the football team at Yale University to pursue music in Los Angeles, Dez reached National Prominence on NBC’s hit series The Voice. His old soul crooner style mixed with pop sensibilities gained him a spot in the Top 8 and made him the last man standing on team Christina Aguilera.

MAP Movie: On the Basis of Sex

Friday, May 3
Central Quad, 9:00-11:00pm

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a struggling attorney and new mother who faces adversity and numerous obstacles in her fight for equal rights. When Ruth takes on a groundbreaking tax case with her husband, attorney Martin Ginsburg, she knows it could change the direction of her career and the way the courts view gender discrimination.

Oxford Arena

Saturday, May 4
Armstrong Pavilion, 1:00pm-12:00am

Oxford Arena is a one day LAN event that will take place at Armstrong on May 4th starting at 1 PM. The event will be hosted by the Miami University Esports Club. The event will feature an open free-play LAN event and tournaments of all of our most popular games.

Star Wars Day

Saturday, May 4
King Library, 4:00pm- 12:00am

A fun event for all things Star Wars! Come enjoy a ton of games, food, and prizes.

Past Events - Spring 2019

Choose Your Adventure

Saturday, February 2
Rec Sports Center, 8:00- 11:30pm

Light Up The Night

Thursday, February 7
Rec Rooms A/B, 8:00-9:00pm (Check in 7:30pm)

Here we glow again! Straight into another semester we go. Start the year off on the bright foot and join Miami Rec Sports Group Fitness for a back to school event featuring glow in the dark Zumba and Kickboxing. Shine bright in your glowing gear to show off your Zumba and Kickboxing Skills.

Red Zone Trivia

Friday, February 8
Red Zone, 8:00-11:00pm

All your hours scrolling through Twitter will finally pay off! Test your skills in this vine and meme themed night of trivia with MAP!

Library Game Night

Saturday, February 9
Wetz Art & Architecture Library, 6:00-10:00pm

The University Libraries are opening up the games collection and supplying free food for four Library Game Nights this spring. Join in the fun with your fellow Miamians and choose from a large variety of board, tabletop, and card games from classic to contemporary. No experience is required, and all students, faculty, staff and families are welcome.

Past Events - Fall 2018

Welcome Home with Late Night Miami

Friday, August 24
Various Locations, 7:30-11:00pm

Miami Activities & Programming (MAP) hosts Late Night Miami events every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening of the semester! Join MAP and The Armstrong Student Center as they bring your new home to life through various Late Night Miami events across campus. Can you make it to them all?

Oxford Community Picnic

Thursday, August 30
Uptown Park, 6:00-9:00pm

Robin Lacy and Dezydeco takes the stage, bringing with them the engaging sounds of Louisiana Rock and Roll! This concert will coincide with the annual Community Picnic, a fun night of free food and music to help welcome Miami University students back to town.

Homecoming Huddle

Friday, August 31
8:00pm, Yager Stadium

Come celebrate Homecoming with free food, Homecoming t-shirts, and giveaways. Alumni, stop by the Huddle when you arrive in town to pick-up a fun Miami University Alumni giveaway! You'll also have a chance to meet the 2018 Homecoming Court and pick up your parking pass for tailgating!

Miami Football vs. Marshall

Saturday, September 1
3:30pm, Yager Stadium

Show your red and white spirit and come cheer on your RedHawks as they take on Marshall University!

Mega Fair

Wednesday, September 5
Slant Walk, 6pm - 9pm

The perfect place to start if you want to get involved! Meet over 500 registered clubs and organizations AND community organizations, and get more information about how to join. We'll also have student performances and free food, and giveaways! Don't miss this important event - come and find your place at Miami!

Uptown Concert Series: 7 Meter Sun

Thursday, September 6
Uptown Park, 7 - 8:30pm

Miami University student band Seven Meter Sun - 7MS will take the stage! They are a four-piece alternative rock band taking influences from bands such as Muse, Interpol, and Fleet Foxes. Check them out for some original music (and maybe a few covers, too).

Light Up the Night

Thursday, September 6
Rec Center Room B, 9 - 10pm

Here we glow again! Straight into another semester we go. Start the year off on the bright foot and join Miami Rec Sports Group Fitness for a back to school event featuring glow in the dark Zumba and Kickboxing. Shine bright in your glowing gear to show off your Zumba and Kickboxing Skills.

Magician & Comedian: Michael Kent, Live!

Friday, September 7
Wilks Theater, 9 - 10pm

A resident of Columbus, Ohio, Comedian and Magician Michael Kent gives the ancient art of magic a facelift with an irreverent and often satirical comedic spin. Michael was named 2014 Entertainer of the Year after being nominated for the award in Campus Activities Magazine for three consecutive years in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

Games @ The Library

Saturday, September 8
Amos Music Library, 6pm - 12am

This semester, come play games and meet new friends at the library. Each Library will be hosting a game night, providing free food, prizes and of course Games! All dates begin at 6pm and continue into the evening. This multi-part event begins with board game nights hosted by each of the Miami Libraries and culminates in the International Games Day event at King library on November 10. On September 8, meet at Amos Music Library library. September 29 the activities move to Wertz Art and Architecture Library. During October, on the 19 come to B.E.S.T. Library in Laws hall to experience games of the season. And finally, on November 10, King library will be hosting International Games Day with special activities and prizes to give away.

Miami vs. Cincinnati

Saturday, September 8
Paul Brown Stadium, 8pm

Come cheer on the Miami RedHawks as they take on the University of Cincinnati Bearcats at Paul Brown Stadium.

Pizza Pick Me Up

Wednesday, September 12
Fritz Pavilion A/B, 6 - 9pm

Grab a couple of friends and head to the pavilion for free pizza with MAP! Create your own masterpiece with a series of toppings. Miami Catering will pop it in the oven for you and in a matter of minutes - dinner is served!

Uptown Concert Series: The Wrong Crowd

Thursday, September 13
Uptown Park, 7 - 8:30pm

On Sept. 13th, Miami University student band The Wrong Crowd takes the stage! Don't miss rapper David Dabney and the Wondrous Backing Band!

Suicide Prevention Week Meditative Yoga

Thursday, September 13
Rec Center Room B, 9 - 10pm

Explore connections between poses and your breathing in this workshop aimed to provide time for inner reflection that promotion of positive mindfulness. This Yoga Meditation Workshop is being offered as part of Suicide Prevention Week. Attend Yoga Meditation and allow yourself some time to be mindful and reduce anxiety in this single session geared toward restoration.

Art After Dark

Friday, September 14
Fritz Pavilion, 9pm - 12am

Art After Dark is back, giving students a chance to hang out with friends or meet new ones while choosing from a lot of art and crafts including sculpture, coloring, figure drawing, Chinese calligraphy, origami, collage, button making, book binding, beads and threads, knitting and paint your own pottery. All while listening to live acoustic music and eating homemade gourmet popcorn.

Beyond the Bricks: FC Cincinnati vs Toronto

Sunday, September 16
Nippert Stadium, 4:30pm

MAP is getting out of town with their Beyond the Bricks Series to an FC Cincinnati soccer game! Join them for extremely discounted tickets and a free ride to and from the game. Follow @Miami_MAP for more information on ticket sales.

MAP Comedy Series: Dave Coulier

Tuesday, September 18
Wilks Theater, 8pm

Come see Dave Coulier, stand-up comedian and known as "Uncle Joey" on the hit 80s/90s sitcom Full House, and on the more recent Netflix show Fuller House. Join MAP for this free comedy show!

Uptown Concert Series: Bad Veins

Thursday, September 20
Uptown Park, 7 - 8:30pm

This indie alt-rock band features Cincinnati native and multi-instrumentalist Benjamin Davis.

MAP Movie: Ocean’s 8

Friday, September 21
Wilks Theater, 8pm

Five years, eight months, 12 days and counting -- that's how long Debbie Ocean has been devising the biggest heist of her life. She knows what it's going to take -- a team of the best people in the field, starting with her partner-in-crime Lou Miller. Together, they recruit a crew of specialists, including jeweler Amita, street con Constance, suburban mom Tammy, hacker Nine Ball, and fashion designer Rose. Their target -- a necklace that's worth more than $150 million.

Uptown Concert Series: MU A Cappella Night

Thursday, September 27
Uptown Park, 7 - 8:30pm

Miami University student A Cappella bands will be taking the stage! These four different groups will mesmerize you with their perfect harmonies. You may not even realize they don't have instruments because their voices can do it all!

Crawford Dance Off

Thursday, September 27
Uptown Park, 8:30 - 10pm

Are you team Love (Renate) or Honor (Greg)? Join President and Dr. Crawford for a night of dancing fun! Come support your team and participate in popular Zumba® and line dances with our Miami University Group Fitness Team.

Family Weekend Bandstand

Friday, September 28
West Millett Lawn, 7 - 10pm

Join Miami Activities & Programming, Residence Hall Association, and the Miami Greek Community for live performances and free food trucks!

Family Weekend Farmer’s Market

Saturday, September 29
Uptown Park, 9am - 12pm

Join Miami Activities & Programming and Enjoy Oxford for the Uptown Park Farmers Market! There will be free food and live student performances!

Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias, Live!

Saturday, September 29
Millett Hall, 8:30pm
$48* all tickets
"masterful, clever and embracing" –Los Angeles Times

Buy your tickets now!

MAP & MUSF Brunch and Silent Auction with President & Dr. Crawford

Sunday, September 30
Fritz Pavilion, 10:30am - 12pm

Enjoy a great brunch buffet! Bid on a variety of items, from gift baskets to golf clubs, while supporting Miami University student scholarships. Over the last 15 years, MUSF has raised thousands of dollars to support student scholarships through our Family Weekend Auction. Be a part of changing a Miami student's life and join us for a morning of entertainment, food and both a silent and live auction! Tickets available on the box office website.

Thursday Night Coffee House: Rudy Currence

Thursday, October 4
Shade Stage, 8pm

Grab some homework, a couple of friends or both and head to the Shade Family Room to listen to some live music from Grammy award winning artist Rudy Currence. There will be free food and coffee.

Tea Tasting

Friday, October 5
Frtiz Pavilion A/B, 7 - 9pm

This event brings a world of teas to share with the Miami community. It is one of best times to get to know about different tea-drinking cultures and taste various styles of teas, such as Chinese Pu'er, Indian Chai Latte, Iraqi Kojarat tea, Japanese Sencha, Malawian tea, Thai tea, Turkish tea and Vietnamese Oolong tea.

This event has no cost and all are welcome! Attend for tea, snacks, music, fun activities, and more!

Skate-In Movie

Friday, October 5
Goggin Ice Center, 9:30pm

Join MAP for a free open skate and showing of a movie on ice!

Movie Night with AEPhi: The Devil Wears Prada

Saturday, October 6
Wilks Theater, 8pm & 10:30pm

Throwback movie night with trivia and door prizes! Lauren Weisberger, the author of the book, was an AEPhi woman, and Meryl Streep is fierce as Miranda Priestly.

MAP Craft Night: Nail and String Art

Tuesday, October 16
Fritz Pavilion A/B, 7pm

Get your creativity flowing with a make and take event in the pavilion with MAP. Learn how to take some nails and string and make a beautiful piece of art for you to take home!

Throwback Thursday

Thursday, October 18
Rec Center, 7:30 - 9pm

From leg warmers to leotards, you won’t want to miss this totally rad throwback workout. Bringing back your favorite step and high-lo aerobic exercises with fresh finds from the most rockin’ music. Come with a spunky attitude and a world that’s ready to be rocked! You won’t want to miss this gnarly workout!

Fallin’ for Goggin

Friday, October 19
Rec Quad, 3 - 6:30pm

Join MAP in their largest event of the fall before the RedHawks take on UMass Lowell on the ice! There will be games, activities, food and prizes! Be one of the thousands of students that attend Fallin’ for Goggin this fall.

MAP Comedy Series: Cecily Strong

Thursday, October 25
Wilks Theater, 8pm

Cecily is an SNL veteran (impressions include Melania Trump, Kathy Anne, the Swarovski twins, etc.), with a terrific one-woman show. Check out Cecily's best sketches on 'Saturday Night Live'. This show is free for Miami students!

Beyond the Bricks: Kings Island

Saturday, October 27

Just in time for Fright Night at Kings Island, MAP is getting out of town! Join them for a discounted ticket and free transportation to Kings Island. For more information about purchasing tickets and event details, follow them @Miami_MAP!

MAP Movie: Incredibles 2

Wednesday, October 31
Wilks Theater, 8pm

Everyone’s favorite family of superheroes is back in “Incredibles 2” – but this time Helen (voice of Holly Hunter) is in the spotlight, leaving Bob (voice of Craig T. Nelson) at home with Violet (voice of Sarah Vowell) and Dash (voice of Huck Milner) to navigate the day-to-day heroics of “normal” life. It’s a tough transition for everyone, made tougher by the fact that the family is still unaware of baby Jack-Jack’s emerging superpowers. When a new villain hatches a brilliant and dangerous plot, the family and Frozone (voice of Samuel L. Jackson) must find a way to work together again—which is easier said than done, even when they’re all Incredible.

Speak on It!

Thursday, November 1
Shriver Heritage Room, 8pm - 10pm

This is a poetry competition for amateur poets who are students. At this event, we encourage students to share their poetry and compete for scholarship money to the bookstore.

MAP Movie: Love, Simon

Friday, November 2
Wilks Theater, 8pm

Everyone deserves a great love story, but for 17-year-old Simon Spier, it's a little more complicated. He hasn't told his family or friends that he's gay, and he doesn't know the identity of the anonymous classmate that he's fallen for online. Resolving both issues proves hilarious, terrifying and life-changing.

MAP Relaxation Craft Night

Tuesday, November 6
Fritz Pavilion, 7pm

Do you need a little zen before midterms? Join MAP for a relaxing night of crafts!

Stage Left’s: A Rock Opera

Thursday, November 8
Wilks Theater, 8pm

Stage Left Presents - Bare: A Pop Opera Join us for our completely student-run musical Bare: A Pop Opera - the story of two gay high school students and their struggles at their private Catholic boarding school.

ThinkFast Trivia

Friday, November 9
FSB 1000, 9:30 - 11:30pm

Test your knowledge with the Office of Orientation and Transition Programs at their trivia night!

R&B and Hip Hop Roller Skate

Friday, November 9
Fritz Pavilion A/B, 9pm - 12am

This is a roller skating event that will play R&B and hip-hop music. This event is also open to all students and faculty at Miami University. The Black Student Action Association will provide an open and relaxed environment to whomever attends. The event will be held in Armstrong. Roller skate rentals and sound systems will be provided by Neon, an entertainment company.

International Games Day

Saturday, November 10
King Library, 6pm - 12am

This semester, come play games and meet new friends at the library. Each Library will be hosting a game night, providing free food, prizes and of course Games! All dates begin at 6pm and continue into the evening. This multi-part event begins with board game nights hosted by each of the Miami Libraries and culminates in the International Games Day event at King library on November 10. On September 8, meet at Amos Music Library library. September 29 the activities move to Wertz Art and Architecture Library. During October, on the 19 come to B.E.S.T. Library in Laws hall to experience games of the season. And finally, on November 10, King library will be hosting International Games Day with special activities and prizes to give away.

CANCELLED - Thursday Night Coffee House: Tyler Hilton

Thursday, November 15
Shade Stage, 8pm

Grab some homework, a couple of friends or both and head to the Shade Family Room to listen to some live music from Tyler Hilton. Tyler is a singer songwriter based in LA, who is best known as the character "Chris Keller" on the hit TV series "One Tree Hill".

Basketball Tournament

Friday, November 16
Phillips Hall, 7pm - 11pm

This is the 3rd NSBE BasketBall Tournament! Gather a team of 3 and compete to prove that you are the best!

Smashing the Ice

Saturday, November 17
Goggin Ice Center, 1pm - 1am

MU Smash is having our third Super Smash Bros for Wii U tournament in Goggin Ice Center.

The Great Miami Baking Show

Tuesday, November 27
Fritz Pavilion A/B, 7pm

Grab a team and compete in MAP’s version of the showstopper round! The best looking and most delicious creation will win the grand prize and possibly even Star Baker. Follow @Miami_MAP for sign up instructions and more details!

MAP Comedy Series: Jay Pharoah

Thursday, November 29
Fritz Pavilion, 8pm

Due to popular demand, the upcoming Comedy Series with Jay Pharoah will be a free, ticketed event. All general admission tickets will be available beginning Tuesday, November 27 AT 10 am, so be on the lookout for the link. There are a limited number of tickets so get them while they’re hot! Doors will open on Thursday, November 29th at 7:15 PM for an 8 PM show at Armstrong Pavilion.

Lucky Chops, Live!

Friday, November 30
Shade Stage, 8pm

Lucky Chops has captivated audiences around the world with their unique brand of fiery, funky brass music. Now an international touring act, the band began as a group of high school students playing in the streets and subways of New York City.

Holiday Fest

Saturday, December 1
Uptown Park, TBD

Join MAP for free ice skating, hot chocolate, a tree lighting, and even a visit from Santa!

MAP Craft Series: You're Fired!

Tuesday, December 4
Armstrong Pavilion, Session One 7 - 8:30pm, Session Two 9 - 10:30pm

Come out to Armstrong Pavilion and show your crafty side by creating your own ice cream bowl or mug with the help of Oxford's You're Fired! There will be two sessions at 7-8:30 and 9-10:30!

Thursday Night Coffee House: Kate Voegele

Thursday, December 6
Armstrong Shade Stage, 8pm

She once starred on One Tree Hill, but before that she attended Miami University! Grab your homework and some friends and join us for a night of live music starring Kate Voegele and special guest.

Holiday Movie Marathon

Friday, December 7
Wilks Theater

  • Frozen: 3 - 5pm
  • Last Holiday: 5 - 7pm
  • Home Alone: 7 - 9pm
  • Elf: 9 - 11pm

Join us for an evening of the holiday hits!

Past Events - Spring 2018

MAP Movie: Justice League

Thursday, February 1, 2018
9pm, Wilks Theater

Join MAP for a movie night in Wilks Theater!

Open Mic Night

Friday, February 2, 2018
9-11pm, Armstrong Red Zone

Join MAP for a fun night of karaoke in Armstrong’s Red Zone!

Charter Day Ball Last Chance to Dance Lessons

Saturday, February 3, 2018
8:30pm, Location TBD

Come join Charter Day Ball for dance lessons! Brush up your dance skills before the big event on February 17! Snacks and drinks provided.

Light Up the Night

Thursday, February 8, 2018
8pm, Rec Sports Room A

Here we glow again! Straight into another semester we go. Start the year off on the bright foot and join Miami Rec Sports Group Fitness for a back to school event featuring glow in the dark Zumba and Kickboxing. Shine bright in your glowing gear to show off your Zumba and Kickboxing Skills.

Trivia Night

Thursday, February 8, 2018
9pm, Armstrong Red Zone

Join MAP for a night full of trivia and fun in Armstrong’s Red Zone!

Chinese New Year

Friday, February 9, 2018
6-9pm, Marcum Conference Center

Chun jié (Spring Festival / Chinese New Year) is the most colorful, festive holiday on China’s calendar. There’s no sleeping through the thunder of firecrackers on Chinese New Year’s eve, as the whole nation welcomes in the Lunar New Year.

Interested in how Chinese celebrate Spring Festival? Want to have an experience of traditional Guo-nian? Come and join our indoor Temple Fair and outdoor Carnival! Free food, poetic couplets, red packets, riddles written on lanterns, paper cuts, play mahjong, enjoy fireworks and more! Bid farewell to the old year and say hello to the year of dog. May all your wishes come true!

M.U.D.E Swings: Lucky Number 7

Friday, February 9, 2018
7:30pm-12am, Shriver Heritage Room
12am-2:30am, Psychology Building Lobby

Saturday, February 10, 2018
8pm-12am, Shriver Heritage Room
12am-3:30am, Psychology Building Lobby

The Miami Swing Syndicates presents our annual swing dance weekend event for the 7th year in a row! Learn new moves and techniques from our outside instructors, then dance your heart out on the social dance floor!

Coffee House: Jeff LeBlanc

Thursday, February 15, 2018
9pm, Armstrong Shade Stage

Bring some homework, a few friends, and join us for an entertaining night with live music on Shade Stage.

Spring Festival Concert Gala

Friday, February 16, 2018
8pm, Hall Auditorium

The Spring Festival Concert is one of the biggest event around the Miami Campus. CACA has been doing with this event for around three years, and with the cooperation of the Confucius Institute and Miami Art Series, this year’s event will be bigger and better. This event is open to all the Miami students for free and pop stars will be invited, as well as some traditional Chinese performances such as Kongfu, Beijing Opera, traditional dances, and so on.

MAP Movie: Daddy’s Home 2

Friday, February 16, 2018
9pm, Wilks Theater

Join MAP for a movie night in Wilks Theater!

Charter Day Ball

Saturday, February 17, 2018
8pm-1am, John D. Millett Hall

Charter Day Ball is one of the longest standing traditions on Miami’s campus. It is a formal affair that comes around every three years to celebrate the chartering of Miami back in 1809. This event has been going on since 1976 and brings together students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the entire Oxford community. Filled with live music, entertainment, food, and dancing, it is truly a night to be remembered.

Tea Tasting

Thursday, February 22, 2018
7-9pm, Armstrong Atrium

Want to try out different teas? Curious to know how people drink tea using different shapes of tea cups? Interested in knowing about a variety of tea-drinking cultures? We are providing a world of teas and snacks for you!

MAP Comedy Series: Sam Comroe

Thursday, February 22, 2018
9pm, Wilks Theater

Sam Comroe is a stand up comedian who made his debut on TBS’ Conan and has since appeared on many shows and toured around the country. Sam’s comedy follows his trials and tribulations of living with Tourette’s Syndrome. Join MAP in Wilk’s Theater for a fun filled night of comedy!

BenDeLaCreme’s Inferno A-Go-Go

Friday, February 23, 2018
8pm, Hall Auditorium

In Inferno A-Go-Go, celebrated story-muddler BenDeLaCreme turns her gaze toward “Dante’s Inferno” – the original travel brochure of the damned! It’s a rollicking romp through the ultimate after-party- Nine circles of fire and fun! Brimstone and rhinestones! BenDeLaCreme blends song, puppetry, razor wit and her signature high-camp hijinks to create an evening of entertainment about an eternity of suffering!

Re-Con Day 1

Saturday, February 24, 2018
12pm-1am, Armstrong Student Center

An annual convention celebrating all things geeky. Games, panels, a game show, prizes, and much more! Come celebrate everything geeky with us in Armstrong!

Yoga Meditation

Thursday, March 1, 2018
8pm, Rec Sports Room B

Explore connections between poses and your breathing in this workshop aimed to provide time for inner reflection that promotion of positive body awareness. This Yoga Meditation Workshop is being offered as part of #Its’MoreThanAWorkout. Attend Yoga Meditation and allow yourself some time to be mindful and reduce anxiety in this single session geared toward restoration.

Murder Mystery

Thursday, March 1, 2018
9pm, Armstrong Pavilion

You have been invited to a swanky party to rub elbows with the Hollywood elite (and not so elite). Every person in the room plays a celebrity character which we assign at the top of the night. Party goers will walk around the room and discover what other famous people were lucky enough to be invited to this soiree. Two of the smartest, most experienced, and best looking cops on the force come in to announce that a crime has been committed. Everyone in the room is a suspect. Detectives use their powers of improv, finding hidden clues in the room, and A LOT of help from the audience to get to the bottom of this shocking crime.

Art After Dark

Friday, March 2, 2018
9pm, Armstrong Pavilion

Art After Dark is back, giving students a chance to hang out with friends or meet new ones while choosing from a lot of art and crafts including sculpture, coloring, figure drawing, Chinese calligraphy, origami, collage, button making, book binding, beads and threads, knitting and paint your own pottery. All while listening to live acoustic music and eating homemade gourmet popcorn.

MU Smash Tournament

Saturday, March 3, 2018
3pm-12am, Armstrong Student Center

Miami University Smash Club is hosting a Smash Bros. tournament, WITH PRIZES. Entry is free, so anyone is welcome to compete. If that's not your thing, you can still come and have a good time. Sign-ins start at the 3pm and the tournament will begin at 4pm. If you have any questions, feel free to email Trevis Graham (grahamte@miamioh.edu).

Coffee House: Taylor Reed

Thursday, March 8, 2018
9pm, Armstrong Shade Stage

Taylor Reed is a solo artist emerging from the Tampa Bay Area. Her formative influences range from Russian opera pop to Johan Sebastian Bach, cutting her teeth as a violinist in a gypsy jazz improv troupe showcasing in downtown Ybor. Come join MAP to enjoy the live music of Taylor Reed on Shade Stage.

Beyond the Bricks: Newport Aquarium

Saturday, March 10, 2018
TBD, Armstrong Bus Stop

Take a trip to Newport Aquarium with MAP! Bus will be provided with the ticket purchase, and time will be given to explore Newport and the dining options that they have available.

March Madness Watch Party

Thursday, March 15, 2018
12-8pm, Armstrong Red Zone

Come join MAP and watch the March Madness basketball games on all of the TVs that Armstrong’s Red Zone has to offer.

MAP Comedian: Jen Kober

Thursday, March 29, 2018
9pm, Wilks Theater

Jen Kober is originally from Lake Charles, LA, and has energetically bounded onto the national stage bringing crowds to their feet with her original blend of stand up, storytelling, and improvised rock-n-roll comedy. Come enjoy the hilarious comedy of Jen Kober with MAP at Shade Stage.

Casino Night

Friday, March 30, 2018
7-11pm, Armstrong Pavilion

Vision Dance Company: Vision In Color

Saturday, March 31, 2018
7pm, Hall Auditorium

Come see Vision Dance Company's 17th annual showcase! Dances are choreographed and performed by our very own members! Our show is filled with a variety of dance styles including Latin, Tap, Jazz, Contemporary, Hip Hop, a partner dance, and more! Admission is free with Miami ID. We hope to see you there!

Throwback Thursday

Thursday, April 5, 2018
8pm, Rec Sports Room B

From leg warmers to leotards, you won’t want to miss this totally rad throwback workout. Bringing back your favorite step and high-lo aerobic exercises with fresh finds from the most rockin’ music. Come with a spunky attitude and a world that’s ready to be rocked! You won’t want to miss this gnarly workout!

MAP Movie: Pitch Perfect 3

Thursday, April 5, 2018
9pm, Wilks Theater

Join MAP for a movie night in Wilks Theater!

Miami’s Got Talent

Friday, April 6, 2018
9pm, Wilks Theater

Miami's Got Talent is an event to recognize everyone's talents (or lack of talents) in a fun, friendly environment! Prizes will be awarded to the winner(s) and the audience will be the judge based on an online polling system. We will also be handing out raffle tickets to raffle off various door prizes throughout the night.

Indiana Jones Movie Night

Friday, April 13, 2018
8pm, Wilks Theater

Come join us for a showing of the classic Indiana Jones Film, Raiders of the Lost Ark. All are welcome to enjoy!

MAP Bagel & Deli Competition

Friday April 13, 2018
10pm, Armstrong Pavilion

Join MAP and compete to create the best bagel, judged by Bagel & Deli!

MAP Comedy Series: Taylor Tomlinson

Thursday, April 19, 2018
9pm, Wilks Theater

Taylor Tomlinson started doing stand up comedy at just sixteen years old. Her self-deprecating charm and conversational wit have made her a favorite at comedy clubs, colleges, corporate events, and other suspicious, rented spaces across the country. Come join MAP for a night of hilarious comedy at Shade Stage!

Redhawk Hunt

Friday, April 20, 2018
8pm-8am, Various Locations

It’s that time of the year again! Get into teams and prepare yourself for the craziest scavenger hunt you will ever experience. The whole campus is your map so you better be ready!

Springfest 2018

Saturday - April 21, 2018
1-5pm, Academic Quad

Join MAP for a day of free food, games, rides, prizes, and way more on Academic Quad!

Harry Potter & The Quad-Club Tournament

Saturday, April 21, 2018
7-11pm, Armstrong Student Center

Come join the Strategy Gaming Club, MEGA, Department of Magical Appreciation, and the Quidditch Team for a night of Harry Potter themed fun! Get sorted into your Hogwarts houses, and earn points through Harry Potter Trivia, HP-Themed Board and Video Games, and joining Quidditch for a demo and mini-game of Quidditch. Enjoy all of the fun activities and lead your house to victory!

Coffee House: Dan Henig

Thursday, April 26, 2018
9pm, Armstrong Shade Stage

Dan Henig is a singer-songwriter who is most notable for his viral acoustic cover of Get Low by Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz, which was featured on College Humor and FunnyOrDie. Bring your friends and come join MAP for a night of live music by Dan at Shade Stage.

MAP Skate-In Movie

Friday, April 27, 2018
9:30pm, Goggin Ice Center

Come join MAP on the ice for a night of free skating, free food, and a movie on the big screen!

Crawford Dance Off

Tuesday, May 1, 2018
8pm, Armstrong Pavilion A/B

Are you team Greg or team Renate? Join President and Dr. Crawford for a night of dancing fun! Come support your team and participate in popular dances with our Miami University Group Fitness Team.

Adulting 101

Saturday, May 5, 2018
9pm, Armstrong Pavilion A/B