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Electric State: Battle of The D.J.s

If Avicii wasn’t enough to satisfy your need to dance, and sweat, and dance some more, then you’re in luck!

The Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) will be hosting “Electric State,” a battle of the D.J.s event at Indigo this Wednesday night, starting at 9 pm.

Penn State’s finest D.J.s will battle head to head to win over the crowd and earn bragging rights. All those in attendance will have the chance to vote for their favorite D.J.

The D.J.s will be opening for Go Go Gadget, a weekly staple at Indigo on Wednesday nights (like you didn’t already know). They will be spinning all of your favorite dubstep and house tunes, in addition to some top 40 hits.

Electric State will be a highlighter party theme, so all are encouraged to wear white! This event is open to all persons 21 years and older. Cover charge is $4.00.

For more information, check out Electric State’s Facebook page.

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