Butter My Biscuit, Lady Antebellum’s A’Comin’!
Now, y’all mighta heard some folk talkin’ that Lady Antebellum was scheduled to stop in State College while on their Own The Night 2012 World Tour. Well, partner, ya better saddle up, cause it ain’t nothin’ but the truth!
WHEN: February 4
WHAT TIME: 7:00 pm
WHERE: The Bryce Jordan Center
Now, I can tell you’re wonderin’: how do I get my hands on a couple of tickets for the big hoedown? Well, it’s as easy as sliding off a greasy log backward!
WHEN DO TICKETS GO ON SALE: UPAC student presale begins Thursday, November 3 at Noon.
WHERE CAN I BUY A TICKET: BJC, Eisenhower, and Penn State Theatre Downtown.
TICKET PRICE: Student prices: $25.00, $34.50, or $44.50 (unspecified limited quantity). After the allotted student tickets have been purchased, tickets will be sold at regular price (add $15 to each)
Tickets will be open to the public on Friday, November 4, starting at 10 am. They will cost $35.00, $49.50, or $59.50, and can be purchased at the BJC, Eisenhower, Penn State Downtown Theatre, online at www.bjc.psu.edu, Ticketmaster.com, all Ticketmaster outlets, or charge at 814-865-5555.The show will also feature Darius Rucker and special guest Thompson Square.
For some, this group is as welcome as an outhouse breeze. However, as a native of the country-proud county of Lebanon, this show just dills my pickle. No, I don’t enjoy country music, but I do love the attitude that comes along with it. I can only hope that attendants will properly prepare for this event by piling them and all of their cousins into the back of their pick-up, grillin’ up some freshly caught ‘coon, and crushin’ a couple cases of Keystone Light, just like they do at the Sheetz back at home.
I know I am asking for a lot, but even a blind hog finds an acorn now and again!
Your ad blocker is on.
Please choose an option below.
Purchase a Subscription!
About the Author
We’re sorry for further exploiting your unique birthday, Charlie.
“Live music sometimes seems to be a dying thing and there’s not a lot of venues that can survive.”
Send this to a friend