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VIP Pass to NWC

Once you've been accepted to Northwestern College, you're invited to use your VIP Pass to attend athletic events, music concerts or theatre productions free of charge all year long.

Red Raider Athletics

For ticketed athletic events, be sure to show your VIP Pass at the gate. For non-ticketed games, matches or meets, simply join us and don't forget to wear red.

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Music

Northwestern music department concerts and student recitals do not require tickets, but you're still encouraged to show your VIP Pass at the door when you attend. Concerts by outside musical groups and bands often require tickets; your VIP Pass cannot be used for tickets to these events, but you're still welcome to enjoy them with your family.

Theatre

Most of the theatre productions presented by Northwestern College theatre require both reservations and tickets. To attend a theatre production, visit nwciowa.edu/tickets to reserve your seats and then present your VIP Pass at the box office when you arrive to claim your ticket.

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