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Pauly D Tickets on Sale Thursday

It’s official – hope you’ve been working on your blowouts and spray tans.

MTV’s Jersey Shore’s Pauly D will be spinning at a Penn State Altoona event on February 27th.  From 8-11pm Saturday night, get your GTL on with everybody’s favorite juice-head. Tickets will be sold for $20 this Thursday from 2-5 at the HUB.  Leftover tickets can also be purchased at the door.

Will you make the trek out to Altoona now that State Patty’s could be a bust?

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