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Rumor Mill Update: Girl Talk Talking

SOMA is working hard to bring Girl Talk to Penn State. The concert is tentatively scheduled for December 11 at around 10:00 pm in HUB-Alumni Hall and, if all goes according to SOMA’s plan, it will be free.

But the student organization is having some difficulty communicating with Girl Talk and his agent. As of a few days ago, there was no confirmation or agreement on the contract. As soon as the concert is definite (or at least as definite as plans get with Greg Gillis), we will let you know.

We’ve received more information about the situation. Communication on both sides is more vigorous than we first reported. Both SOMA and Girl Talk’s booking agent deserve sincere thanks for their work so far.

Onward State remains optimistic that the concert will go down as scheduled– and, personally, we really hope it does! Girl Talk performed on Saturday evening at Wesleyan, and the reaction to the show was very good.

You can find the rest of our Girl Talk coverage here.

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