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Penn State ‘Likes it Like That’

Announced this morning, the pop rock group Hot Chelle Rae, presented by B94.5, will be performing at the Bryce Jordan Center on April 21st at 7 p.m.. Special guest Francesco will also be preforming with the group.

Known mostly for their catchy electric rock hits like “Tonight, Tonight” and their collaborations with the New Boyz on “I Like It Like That,” the foursome based out of Nashville, Tennessee are no strangers to students at Penn State. Their jams have blasted through the halls of frat parties and lawns of daylongs. Although they are not known for being a particularly “serious” group (come on, with lyrics like: “So I’ll go out get drunk again/Make out with all your dumb friends/tag your face just to rub it in”) their fun, upbeat, and sickly catchy sound are sure to have students pumped to sing along and dance come April.

Here’s a taste of their new single “Hung Up” to hold you guys over for another month.

Tickets go on sale starting next Wednesday, March 27th at the Bryce Jordan Center, Eisenhower Auditorium, Penn State Downtown Theatre, online at Ticketmaster.com or by calling 814-865-5555. Tickets will be $35, however there are a limited number of free tickets being giving out to University Park students courtesy of the University Park Allocation Committee. They will be distributed at noon on Tuesday, March 26th at the HUB. Each student will receive two tickets with a valid student ID.

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