Starting tonight, Levels Nightclub will be going south.
No, not out of business. You can all breathe a sigh of relief. The nightclub will be ditching its electronic dance music and radio hits and trading them in for a Texas hoedown every Thursday night starting this week. “Texas Thursday” will be born in response to the significant request of country music.
Jason Weinstein, the marketing director for Levels, said that the country-themed night will be a great opportunity to have people revisit the club that haven’t been since it was no longer the Crowbar.
Tonight is the beginning of a wider variety of music at Levels, such as reggae and alternative rock. The expansion planned for the coming months will also include four dance floors, 30 restrooms, and two stages, making it an improved venue for live music in State College.
The festivities start at 8 p.m. with Big Froggy 101 broadcasting live. Free line dancing lessons will be offered from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. and club-goers will get the chance to enter a raffle to win free tickets to the Luke Bryan concert at the Bryce Jordan Center. Outback Steakhouse will be offering free food from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Admission is free on Texas Thursdays, so saddle up and get down to Levels Nightclub for line dancing, free food, and what we’re assuming is going to be a lot of flannel.
For more information see Levels Nightclub’s Facebook Page.