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Levels Nightclub Finally Decides To Open After Break

The anticipation is eating away at State College more and more each and every day. Can Levels Nightclub possibly live up to the standard set by the Mezzanine, the building’s previous occupant? We’ve been patiently awaiting an answer to that question, and it looks like that answer just might finally be coming. Levels posted on their Facebook page Wednesday evening, announcing a four-day opening extravaganza from Thursday, March 15th to Sunday, March 18th.

Each night of the premiere celebration will have a unique special and a unique giveaway. Thursday will feature an yet-to-be-announced celebrity DJ and $2 drinks, as well as an iPad giveaway. Those $2 drinks will also be sold Friday along with $100 bottles, and $500 in cash and prizes. On Saturday, in celebration of the real St. Patrick’s Day, everything will be green, and Levels will give away a trip to Mexico. The final night of their opening simply says “Alt Life” along with $2 drinks and another $500 in cash and prizes. Sunday is noted as the only night during which Levels will open its doors to those 18-20.

The Facebook post also announced that over the next few weeks leading up to the grand opening, the club will be giving away VIP tickets for the DayGlow festival, which will be held at the Bryce Jordan Center in April, as well as $250 Levels gift cards, in addition to some of their already sold-out Platinum VIP Cards.

In recent weeks, Levels has continued to post pictures of the interior of the nightclub on its Facebook page. There appear to be multiple levels within the club, which explains the their name choice–apparently it isn’t just an attempt to capitalize on the popularity of the Avicii song of the same name. When it opens, patrons will be treated to a multi-colored light-up ice bar, 3D projectors, lasers, and a nice hardwood floor. The club’s opening is slated to come after multiple postponements and delays, stemming from everything from a rescheduled inspection to a plumbing backup.

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Zach Berger

Zach Berger is a reporter and Onward State's Managing Editor Emeritus. You can find him at the Phyrst more nights than not. If he had to pick a last meal, Zach would go for a medium-rare New York strip steak with a side of garlic mashed potatoes and a cold BrewDog Punk IPA. You can reach him via e-mail at [email protected] or on Twitter at @theZachBerger.


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