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Rocket Man Coming to PSU

The Bryce Jordan Center is really trying to please the eclectic music tastes of the State College community. From tattooed rap artists to knighted piano players, Penn State students have an incredible line-up of concerts to look forward to this semester… and it’s only January.

Elton John and his band are slated to perform their “Greatest Hits Live” concert on Sunday March 27, featuring some of Elton’s best songs from his five-decade career.

“It’s hard to imagine anyone more popular than Joe Paterno at Penn State,” said Bob Howard, General Manager of Penn State’s Bryce Jordan Center. “Elton John is the exception.”

Public on-sale will begin Friday, January 28 at 10 AM. Tickets are $29, $79 and $139 each. They will be available at Ticketmaster.com, Livenation.com, the Bryce Jordan Center Box Office and charge-by-phone (814-865-5555).

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