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Lady Antebellum to Visit PSU?

Country music fans who enjoyed the Zac Brown Band last Friday at the Bryce Jordan Center but were left wanting more could be in for a big treat. Lady Antebellum, the multiple Grammy award winning band, could be making a visit to State College if their web site is any indication. The band is scheduled for a stop here on Saturday, February 4 (Super Bowl Weekend), as the fifth stop along their five-month Own The Night 2012 World Tour.

While nothing is confirmed on Penn State’s end quite yet, CMT is also advertising it. The venue and some additional details are yet to be confirmed, but it looks like Lady Antebellum will be at Penn State in early February.

For those who are interested in other locations, stops will also be made in New York, N.Y. (May 3), Hershey, Pa. (May 6), Philadelphia, Pa. (May 19) and Pittsburgh, Pa. (June 1). In the meantime, here’s some music to get you in the mood as we wait for more details.

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About the Author

Drew Balis

Drew is a senior marketing major. This fall, he will be covering Penn State Football for Onward State. He is a huge Philadelphia sports fan and loves THON and Domonic Brown.


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