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Reel Big Fish To Play Reel Big Show

According to the SPA’s Twitter page, ska punk band Reel Big Fish will perform outside at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park on September 14. Tickets will go on sale next week and be $5 for students and double that for everybody else. The inevitable outcome of the recent surge of 90s bands at Penn State leading to a nostalgia-fueled ultimate cage match has thus far gone unconfirmed.

Reel Big Fish gained mainstream fame in the later part of the 90s after the release of their second album, Turn the Radio Off. It featured what is perhaps their best known hit, Sell Out. Their most recent album, a “best hits” album appropriately titled A Best of Us for the Rest of Us, was released on July 20 of this year. They were also seen at this year’s Warped Tour.

According to SPA’s Facebook page, tickets will go on sale Tuesday, September 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Alumni Hall. That Wednesday to Friday, they will be sold at 129 HUB during those same hours.

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