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Tonight’s 3LAU Show Moved to Levels Nightclub

Update 11/28 at 7:00 p.m.:
Well this is awkward. According to Duo Nightclub’s Twitter, “The 3LAU show for this evening will not be held at DUO as it was never confirmed for our venue. We apologize for the Rumors/Inconvenience!”

Supposedly the show has been moved to Levels Nightclub and will still start at the same time.

Also, 3LAU is stoked on the address of his new venue.

Update by: @evanponter.

Penn State’s newest spot for late-night entertainment — Duo Nightclub — is doing its best to take the town by storm, seemingly attempting to rival Levels Nightclub, which currently monopolizes the the electronic dance music scene in State College. Duo has officially announced that they will be hosting well-known DJ and mashup artist 3LAU to play on November, 28th at 8 p.m.

3LAU — know to friends as Justin Blau — is a Washington University student from Las Vegas who’s gained popularity as a result of his mashups and remixes of popular dance songs. He’s stopping in over 30 cities around the country on his current 3LAU Your Mind Tour, and thanks to Duo he’ll be making his way to our neck of the woods in just over a month.

If you’re looking for an idea of what 3LAU’s sound is, you should check out his remix of “Work Hard, Play Hard,’ which won him Tiesto’s remix competition for the track. You can also find most of his work on his SoundCloud page, including a banging remix of Zedd’s “Spectrum”, a collection of mixes he’s released called 3LAU HAUS, and an almost annoyingly catchy matchup of “Call Me Maybe” and Porter Robinson’s “Language” called “Petty Language.’

Duo, which features both a New Orleans-style cajun restaurant and a second-floor nightclub, opened this week. The new hotspot is taking the place of what was formerly Tony’s Big east and Lulu’s, and Duo is already impressing by bringing in a relatively big name such as 3LAU. Opening acts for the show will include Nammo, a Penn State junior and State College resident who’s played alongside the Bingo Players, Dada Life, Chuckie, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Alesso — all in Happy Valley. Doug Bogan, a DJ and mashup artist from Bucknell University will also open for 3LAU.

Tickets went on sale last week and start at $15 for a general admission ticket. For another $5, you will also receive a ticket to the DJ Yoni/I’m Shmacked Takeover Tour at Duo on November 30.

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