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Rejoice: Tiësto Show Rescheduled

Tiësto is officially coming to Penn State. The trance house producer, who was originally scheduled to perform at the Bryce Jordan Center back in October, cancelled his performance due to a back injury.  He has since rescheduled his cancelled performances and will be appearing at Penn State on February 26th.

Along side him, will be performers Tommy Trash (who also cancelled his Penn State appearance due to Super-storm Sandy) and Quintino, who are joining him on his Club Life College Invasion Tour.  The show was confirmed via Tiësto’s official website, which issued a statement announcing the rescheduled show.

“Tiësto is proud to announce the full details of the rescheduled Club Life College Invasion Tour! The tour will feature special guests Tommy Trash, Zedd, Quintino, and Allure and any fans with tickets for a postponed October date will have their current tickets honored on the new date of respective rescheduled show.”

Tiesto cancelled his October 8th show earlier this year and issued this statement about his show cancellations:

“I hate to disappoint my fans and be told I have to sit still for a while, but I am relieved we were able to reschedule the dates. I’m looking forward to seeing you all very soon!” – Tiësto

Penn State students are looking forward to seeing you as well.

The show will be held at the BJC on Tuesday, February 26th at 7 p.m.  Ticket holders for the October 8th show will be able to use their previously purchased tickets with no additional fees or action for the rescheduled performance.

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