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Mizzou Homecoming Events | 2018

Here’s a calendar of events for Mizzou’s 2018 Homecoming festivities.

Homecoming Blood Drive
Monday, Oct. 8 – Thursday, Oct. 11
Hearnes Center
11 AM – 7 PM
MU has the largest student-run blood drive in the country, and this year help us beat our past record of 4,374 units for the hospitals of mid-Missouri.

Talent Show
Monday, Oct. 15 – Wednesday, Oct. 17
Jesse Hall
6:30 PM – 9 PM
Come watch the Homecoming skits, dances and Homecoming acts.

HOMECOMING WEEKEND EVENTS
FRIDAY, OCT. 19 – SATURDAY, OCT. 20

Homecoming Headquarters
Friday, Oct. 19
Traditions Plaza
10 AM – 4 PM
Pick up hoco gear, giveaways and some free kettle corn courtesy of the Bates County Mizzou Club.

Decorate the District
Friday, Oct. 19 – Sunday, Oct. 21
Downtown Columbia
Mosey downtown to see how good Tiger pride looks on Columbia.

Taste of Columbia
Friday, Oct. 19
Greektown
6 – 9 PM
Enjoy delicious food from local Columbia vendors while checking out Campus Decorations!

Campus Decs
Friday, Oct. 19
Greektown
6 – 9:30 PM
Stroll through Greektown to see fraternities’ and sororities’ 2018 Campus Decs based off our overall Homecoming theme.

Step Show
Friday, Oct. 19
Jesse Auditorium
7 PM
Each year National Panhellenic Council organizations face off in a battle to see who can stroll and step the best.
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Friends and Alumni of the LGBTQ Resource Center Homecoming Social
Friday, Oct. 19
Top Ten Wines
4 – 7 PM

Join the LGBTQ Resource Center in welcoming back friends and alumni for Homecoming! Learn updates about the center, connect with friends, and find ways to get involved.

Spirit Rally
Friday, Oct. 19
Traditions Plaza
8:30 PM
Rev up for the big game with Truman the Tiger, the Mizzou Spirit Squads and Marching Mizzou.

Parade
Saturday, Oct. 20
Downtown Columbia
9 AM
Join us along the parade route for flashy floats, fancy cars, and a little band music.

Homecoming Game
Saturday, Oct. 20
Memorial Stadium
3 PM
Cheer on your Tigers as they take on the Memphis Tigers and stick around during half-time to see who will become the 2018 Homecoming King and Queen. 

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