Re-Writing the History of Student Life at UNB.

A refocused energy and clear goal of further uniting UNB students, Campus Events is something you’ve never seen before.

Taking on the most ambitious projects yet at UNB–we’re maximizing the student experience far beyond the classroom.

Our Story.

Born out of the heart and spirt of UNB students, we’re a new type of organization planning unbelievable events.



Director of Campus Events | Anthony Gatto
SUB 122 | (506) 458 7018

A lifetime resident of Fredericton, Anthony knows this city inside out and is driven by proving to his fellow UNB students how they can consider Freddy Beach their home as well. As Anthony is entering his fourth year of a Bachelor of Science in Medicinal Chemistry, you’ll find him in Toole Hall as often as you will in the SUB through his role as Director of Campus Events. Anthony’s love for high energy, unifying, top-tier events is what motivates his work through the UNBSU Campus Events brand, and he can’t wait to unveil what is in store for students of all demographics across our diverse campus.

Having his passion for the UNB community sparked during his second year as an Orientation RedShirt, Anthony has taken on many roles since to further express his enthusiasm for student collaboration, such as an Orientation BlackShirt, the Entertainment Director for the UNBSU RED Awards, and as a member of the UNBSU Student Experience Team.

When not on campus, Anthony is likely relaxing with friends, off on a spontaneous weekend trip to wherever there’s loud music, or at home taking an excessively long nap.

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Campus Events is a new events brand created by the UNBSU with the mission to redesign what it means to be a UNB student through the highest caliber events possible.

Uniting our strong, vibrant UNB community is at the core of everything we do.

Our roots date back over 60 years on college hill, from masquerades and parades, to snow sculptures and sports.

2019 Kick-Off Concert


A night of music, unity, and smiles

Redefining what it means to “come back to school” UNBSU Campus Events took our refocused energy and delivered on the first of four major events for the year. Guaranteed you have never seen Freddy Beach lit up quite like this.

Whether you’re into trap, hip hop, dancehall, pop, or anything in between, this will be a show you won’t want to miss!

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We are ecstatic to present to you the UNBSU Kick-Off Concert 2019 headliner: Jazz Cartier! Ready for the night of your life?



We'll be keeping it 💯 with internationally touring DJ and producer, Grandtheft, as our opening act!

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Joe Forestell

UNB's own Joe Forestell will be in control by starting the night with his high energy, dance-driven sound!

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2018 kick-off concert recap

A student-led concert at UNB like NEVER BEFORE! Get ready to kick the school year off in style... the right way. 🎉
An electrifying mix of modern beats, our 2018 concert will go down in history as a true "call to the dancefloor!" JUNO Award winning bangers, club anthems, and latin pop kept the good vibes going all night long! 🤙🏻
Our friends 19+ had the opportunity to enjoy the Heineken 0.0 Beer Garden operated by your friends at The Cellar Pub 🍻, the first EVER wet-dry feature of an event for the SU.
This was certainly a night you didn’t want to miss!


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Our 2018 opening act is an artist whose emergence comes at a great time in music – a time when dancing rules, where cultures embrace, and when optimism rides high. Alx Veliz brought an electrifying, synth-driven pop & Latin rhythm, to this day calling students from across campus to the dance floor with the sound of his newest hit - Dancing Kizomba .


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DANGEROUS 🔥 is one word you could use to describe our 2018 Headliner….or was it that girl? 4x JUNO Award winner Kardinal Offishall rocked our headliner spot bringing everything from throwback jams to current high-energy rap. It was impossible to walk away from the venue with an ounce of energy after dancing all night long to this one of a kind performance.

Reasons to love UNB? We’ve got 1785.


With a history this large, you’re gonna want to be a part of it.

Founded in 1785 the University of New Brunswick stands as Canada’s oldest english speaking university, an honour filled with centuries of traditions we as students couldn’t wait to be a part of.

HOCO 2019 recap!

UNB Homecoming 2019 was celebrated by students, alumni, faculty, and staff across our beautiful campus. Through a series of wonderful events, we came together to reminisce and reflect on what it means to be a member of the UNB community, support both of our football teams at the annual homecoming game, and wear our red & black with pride.

Friday, September 27th


Quad Street Party in the UNB Quad

UNBSU X Capital Complex at The Capital Complex

Saturday, September 28th


UNB Homecoming Football Game at the BMO Field
In partnership with UNB Alumni

Sunday, September 29th


Cellar Homecoming Brunch at The Cellar Pub
In partnership with Get Out The Vote

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UNBSU Campus Events took over the Friday of Homecoming 2018 to deliver an unforgettable day of celebrating our rich history, as well as the 6000 undergrads who make our campus the home it is today.


live music & Wine night on the cellar Patio

Perhaps a new Hoco tradition for UNB? This incredible night of laughs featuring student performers had the Cellar Patio packed like we’ve never seen before. Whether it was the music, friends, fresh snacks, or staying cozy in our red and black blankets that made the night such a stand out - you’ll have to come next year and see for yourself!


HOCO carnival in the quad

The rain may have moved much of the carnival indoors, nothing keeps a true RED from taking their turn on a mechanical bull! Sporting our limited edition Hoco T, students gathered in the SUB to spend the afternoon celebrating the unique and vibrant history of our university - with help from a few of our local friends of course! Goodlife, Domino’s, and Supplement King kept the crowds fed and entertained while carnival classics such as cotton candy and fresh popcorn made their way around the Atrium too!

RBC Winter Carnival 2019 Recap


An UNBelievable winter experience since 1956.

There’s no better way to celebrate our great community than getting outside, sipping on some hot cocoa, and enjoying a variety of the best activities a beautiful Canadian winter has to offer! This 2-day addition to Fredericton’s FROSTival is sure to pack the quad & bring back a UNBSU Campus Events hit with another unbeatable concert. Trust us when we say YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS.


Ring in 2019 in style! Get ready to kick the semester off the right way... dancing your night away!

An electrifying mix of EDM hits, dance music, and club beats, this concert will undoubtedly take you to "LA LA LAND".

JUNO Award nominee talent, stages shared with the likes of The Chainsmokers, DVBBS, Steve Aoki, and Loud Luxury, and sets at some of the worlds largest EDM music festivals!

Our friends at The Cellar Pub will again be operating a licensed bar... with the same awesome pricing we love. 

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Celebrating Winter Wonderland! Feel the wrath of the Polar Dip in support of the IWK Foundation, shred the SUB Quad under the lights, enjoy the inflatables, or just come watch it all and enjoy some BBQ and hot chocolate.

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70th Red ‘N Black Revue 2019 Recap


New Brunswick’s longest running show.

Starting in March 1948 as a senior class project to raise money for their end-of-the-year grad party, Red ‘n Black Revue has taken off and become nationally recognized as a celebration of talent and spirit here at UNB.

The Show

Co-Emcees: Val Reeves and Zach Dunseith

Mitch Rayner
UNB Alumnus, Fredericton native, singer-songwriter 

Tawoma Martinez
Women’s Traditional dance

Mallory Parsons & Kyra Lake
Singer-songwriter duo, one current student, one alumna 

Nepali Bhojpuri Dance
Ojaswi and Jharana perform a traditional dance from Nepal

Brass Monkey Aerial Performance
Professional cirque group

Emily McMillan
Third-year Nursing student performs an original poetry piece

Anton Benfey & Neil Morash
Musical duo sharing their take on some classic songs 

Alex Landine
Two-time alumnus, current employee at UNB, “Kind of like Josh Groban, but from New Brunswick”

Kyanna Kingbird, Serena Perley-Kingbird, & Precious Dedam
Women’s Fancy Shawl dance

Wambli Martinez
Men’s Grass dance 

Marcel Pefang & Maria Mason
Pianist and cellist student duo

Tibbits Family Band
Five students across 3.5 faculties share their love of music

Benz Trani & Jeremiah Sabino
Acoustic duo, two international students from Philippines

Amanda Reid Rogers
UNB’s Piluwitahasuwin performs the Strong Woman song 

Chinese Lion Dance
Richard Du, Timothy Li, Jasmine Eng perform magical tradition of Chinese culture 

Dr. Patrick Reynolds
Mathematics professor, singer-songwriter

Kickline: A Tribute to 1948
A long-standing tradition and Red ‘n Black Revue classic!

Red ‘n Black Revue 69th Anniversary



A ground-breaking partnership between UNBSU Campus Events and Fredericton’s premiere music and entertainment venue, The Capital Complex, will see a number of high-caliber concerts come to New Brunswick’s capital city. Read more…


UNBSU Campus Events in partnership withThe Capital Complex  presents:
Thur March 28, 2019
Fredericton Boyce Farmers' Market
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm



With their seventh record, "In the Land Of," is coming out March 29, 2019 via Dine Alone Records - who better to share the material with than UNB students?

We wanted to give you a little taste of what’s coming and what better place to start than the first track, "Surrender." Available now on all streaming services:

Like all Wintersleep records, In the Land Of encourages thought and introspection. The new record’s title is an incomplete thought, a blank that is filled in across the record with different places, words, and sounds. “A lot of the songs touch on this idea of being a stranger or feeling foreign in all the different landscapes in which the songs took place lyrically,” explains Murphy. “It all relates back to the land,” adds guitarist Tim D’Eon. Get ready UNB!



UNBSU Campus Events in partnership with The Capital Complex presents:

Tokyo Police Club
Thu April 11th


The album brings a new perspective and revitalized sound as the indie darlings celebrate the tenth anniversary of their breakthrough debut Elephant Shell and return from a four year absence since their last studio album, 2014’s Forcefield. The gap tested the band both collectively and individually but has also wrought a fresh vibrancy to their material.

The first track from the new album “Hercules” proves they’ve discovered something special with hooks that are stronger than ever and a loose and lively mix that perfectly represents getting the band back together. For the band, it represents a crucial piece of the new project.

“‘Hercules’ is a special one because it sounds like how making this record felt to me,” Graham says. “When [guitarist Josh Hook] and I were in the live room recording the guitars, it felt like a party the whole time. So I’m really happy that the sound of that party gets to be audible to everyone else on this one.”