The Performing Arts School of Central Pennsylvania will perform Christmas favorite, “The Nutcracker,” for two performances in Eisenhower Auditorium this weekend, Dec. 13-14.
The Tedeschi Trucks Band put on an impressive two-hour show at the BJC last night.
The actress-turned-country singer will make a stop in Penn State on Friday to perform her recent hits.
For the first time in my life, I have to thank the Yankees. I grew up a fan of their interborough rivals, and being a Mets fan in New York during the reign of Jeter, Mo and co. has permanently traumatized me, gifting me both an inferiority complex and incredible trust issues. But because of that awful monolith they built in the Bronx in the late-aughts, the Yankees were granted a college football bowl game.
On Friday night, Billy Joel played his third ever concert at the Bryce Jordan Center in front of a sold out arena, captivating a crowd that was a mix of students and adults. From the moment that Joel opened the concern with the piano riff from “Miami 2017″, the crowd was his.
For nearly 20 years, the Bryce Jordan Center has been a staple in entertainment and the Big Ten.
You could say the club was going up on a Tuesday, if that club was, in fact, located in Eisenhower Auditorium. Last night, Penn Staters received an early Christmas gift as Kid Ink performed a lively and energetic show for his loyal fan base.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra is bringing an early Christmas to Happy Valley, performing a live debut of their rock opera, “The Christmas Attic”, at the BJC on Thursday, Dec. 4 at 7:30 p.m.