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Nittany Booking Take Two

After the success of February’s JT Woodruff show, Nittany Booking will be bringing two more shows to State College.

On April 25, Jason Reeves will be performing at SOZO with Rosi Golan and TJ Cornwall, Penn State grad and veteran of the State College music scene. Reeves performed here spring of 2008 with Colbie Caillat. Then on April 29, there will be an over-21 show at Cafe 210 featuring Pat McGee and Bishop Clay.

Both shows will be $10 in advance and $12 at the door. You can buy tickets here and here through Ticketmaster.

If you’re into acoustic singer-songwriters, these are two shows definitely worth checking out.


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