Founder’s Day Celebration To Be (fun.)-Filled
On February 27, also known as Founder’s Day, not only will there be a daylong celebration for Penn State’s birthday, but at 8 p.m., in Alumni Hall, fun. and Parachute are set to perform. The collaboration between SPA and Lion Ambassadors to organize this year’s event will also feature games, free stuff, cupcakes, a photo booth, as well as many other fun-filled birthday festivities.
The event will be free to all students, and will be ticketless. All you need to get into the show is your Penn State student ID.
fun., who were featured in last week’s Music Monday, has gained a huge amount of attention for their hit song, ‘We Are Young,’ which was featured in Glee. The (almost) supergroup trio of Nate Ruess (formerly the frontman of The Format), Jack Antonoff (vocalist and guitarist for Steel Train), and Andrew Dost (former multi-instrumentalist for Anathallo) will release their second album, Some Nights on the 21st. Their debut album Aim and Ignite featured many catchy, upbeat jams, such as ‘Walking The Dog,’ and ‘Light a Roman Candle With Me.’
For your listening enjoyment, here’s ‘Walking the Dog’ and a new song from Some Nights, entitled ‘Carry On.’
Are catchy, upbeat bands not your thing? Have no fear! Charlottesville, Virginia natives Parachute will also be performing. If you’ve never heard of them, they’re definitely worth a listen. Their music can easily be compared to that of Augustana and Secondhand Serenade. Their debut album Losing Sleep, features the hit ‘She is Love,’ and their sophomore release, The Way It Was, features the tearjerker song, ‘Forever and Always.’ Rumor has it that ‘White Dress,’ also from The Way It Was, was written for Taylor Swift.
Here’s an acoustic version of ‘She is Love,’ as well as ‘White Dress’ to get you pumped up for the upcoming show.
4 Responses to “Founder’s Day Celebration To Be (fun.)-Filled”
My favorite band is fun. I’m so glad they got booked before here their price sky-rocketed.
My favorite band is fun. I’m so glad they got booked here before their price sky-rocketed. Yahoo!
YES! Or should I say, “yes.”
Founder’s Day is technically February 22nd, not the 27th.
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