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Wiz Khalifa to Play Jordan Center on April 26

Wiz Khalifa will be making his first large-scale appearance in State College later this spring when he plays a concert at the Jordan Center in late April.

Pittsburgh’s Black and Yellow star has performed in State College before but his appearance on April 26 will be the largest to date. Ticket prices have not been announced yet, nor has any discount courtesy of our friends at SPA been made public. However, from checking out the prices on TicketMaster for other Wiz Khalifa tour stops, it looks like we should be able to get there for under $30.

Looks like it’s going to be a good spring for music in State College. Let’s just hope Movin’ On rounds it out by giving us the spring concert that Penn State deserves. What musical event are you most looking forward to this spring?

The picture is of a fall 2009 performance by Wiz Khalifa at a Penn State fraternity. Do you know which one?

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