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Daughtry and 3 Doors Down Coming to the BJC

On Tuesday, December 4th at 7:30 p.m., the Bryce Jordan Center will be giving Penn Staters a lively rock show as Daughtry  (@CHRIS_Daughtry) and 3 Doors Down (@3doorsdown) take over the stage with new hits and classics such as “Kryptonite” and “Feels Like Tonight.” Southern California rockers P.O.D. will be the special guests of the night.

It’s no doubt that EDM has recently been sweeping the nation and there has been a huge outbreak in the popularity of house music with scheduled performances such as Afrojak, Pretty Lights and Tiesto. But for all you Penn State alternative rock fans, don’t think the BJC has forgotten about you.

3 Doors Down will release its first ever Greatest Hit package, featuring 9 number 1 smash hits such as “It’s Not My Time” and “Here Without You” remixed and revamped and also showing off some new tracks such as “One Light” and “Goodbyes.”

Daughtry will rock the BJC with old platinum-selling hits and new hot singles from his album Break The Spell, and he couldn’t be more ready. “We are excited to give fans an energetic rock show every night sharing songs from both our catalogs… we can’t wait to hit the road to share it with our fans,” Daughtry said in a press release.

Tickets will be available for sale on Friday, October 19th at 10 a.m. for $19.50 with a Penn Sate student ID card.

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Bailey Siegel

Bailey is a Public Relations major and Psychology and Sociology minor from right outside Washington D.C. with a passion for Penn State Football and good music.

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