Once you have confirmed your necessary logistics, it is time to focus on the engaging aspects of your event. Georgia Tech has a wide variety of internal music, spirit, and entertainment groups to enhance any event. If you have additional questions, or cannot find an entertainment source below, contact us.
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 represent Georgia Tech’s student body at various on-campus events, greeting and speaking with guests of the Institute. To request Student Ambassador support at your next event, please complete the Event Request form.
The School of Music has numerous vocal and ensemble groups to complement any event. Visit the links below for descriptions of each respective group, as well as contact information.
Buzz is the world-famous and beloved mascot of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
At a cost ranging from $100-$200 per hour, Buzz is certain to rouse excitement with his antics and fun-natured spirit. To request Buzz’s appearance, email Assistant Director of Marketing Bryn Musser, subject “Buzz Request,” and state the date of event, time frame, time Buzz needs to attend, location/address, contact name, phone, fax, and email.
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. Contact Assistant Coach Katie Hodges or Assistant Coach King Harrison for more information.
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. To inquire about the Georgia Tech Goldrush appearing at your event, please contact Dance Team Coach Brandy Kirschner.
The 365-member Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket Marching Band is one of the oldest programs in the country. 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. The "Yellow Jacket" Pep Band is a vital part of the college basketball experience. For more information about these two bands, contact Director of Athletic Bands Chris Moore.
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.
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.’s vice president.
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, Georgia Tech's all-female a cappella group, was founded in 1998. Comprised of typically ten to twelve active members, Nothin’ But Treble singers range in age and major. A current or former member of the group arranges all of the music in Nothin’ But Treble’s growing repertoire. To request a performance, contact Business Manager Bethany Hatcher and include your phone number, event date, time, and location.
Sympathetic Vibrations (SympVibes) is an all-male a cappella group founded in 1997. The group usually consists of twelve to fifteen active 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.
Established in 2007, Taal Tadka is Georgia Tech's premiere South Asian a cappella group. To discuss performance opportunities, please visit their website.