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Carly Rae Jepsen to open for DAYGLOW

It’s official: Carly Rae Jepsen is coming to Happy Valley. And she’s opening for DAYGLOW.

DAYGLOW’s parent company, Committee Entertainment, confirmed that they will be adding the Canadian pop sensation to their lineup for both of DAYGLOW’s dates in State College. Sources indicate that Jepsen’s set will consist of “Call Me Maybe”, “Call Me Maybe”, “Call Me Maybe”, and “Call Me Maybe”.

Yes, Jepsen will probably be the next in the group of spotless clean, teen role models in the mold of Bieber, Selena Gomez, and Taylor Swift. Yes, it’s kind of bizarre that Jepsen, imported from Canada by none other than Justin Bieber, will be opening for what will end up being a drunken, high, paint-covered orgy. But this will probably end up being a shrewd move for Committee Entertainment, which has been pretty adept at providing college students with what they want. And clearly, since it’s impossible to go a day in Happy Valley without hearing “Call Me Maybe” blasting from a computer or a car, Penn State wants Carly Rae Jepsen.

Expect April 11th and 12th to be a shitshow of alcohol, E, and loud music, and paint, with “Call Me Maybe” as the pregame.

In other words, buckle up.

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