Burruss Auditorium, Blacksburg, VA

Constructed in 1936 facing the center of the drill field and originally known as the Teaching and Administration Building, Burruss Hall is the main administration building on campus and the iconic symbol of Virginia Tech. A west wing and rear addition were built in 1968, and an east wing was added in 1970. It contains a 3,003-seat auditorium, a venue where major events such as commencement, presidential speeches, concerts, and performing arts shows are held. Additionally, the first floor of the building houses faculty offices, studios and classrooms for the College of Architecture and Urban Studies. The building is named for the eights president of Virginia Tech, Julian Ashby Burruss.

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Source: Wikipedia


Springsteen did 1 performances, excl. rehearsals, at this venue.


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