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DAYGLOW Coming To Happy Valley

According to a graphic containing tour dates posted on their Facebook page, DAYGLOW will be in “Happy Valley, PA” on Wednesday, April 11 and Thursday, April 12.

DAYGLOW, referred to as “America’s Largest Paint Party,” is possibly the only thing close enough to a Spring Break being in Happy Valley. Techno, dance, and, of course, paint. Lots and lots of neon paint to make everyone oh so pretty.

Ticket prices for the State College stop have not been listed yet, but current prices are ranging from 30 to 80 dollars. Still have no idea what this wonderful event will bring? Check out the video below from last year’s DAYGLOW. Avicii’s got nothing on “America’s Largest Paint Party.” WE WANT PAINT!

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