Aaron Carter Set for Fall Return to Penn State
Yes, you read that correctly, Carter is once again calling it a comeback! One performance at Penn State wasn’t enough for Carter in 2013, as the pop singer is set to perform at Levels in September.
According to the Levels Ticketleap page, Carter will be passing through town on Sept. 11, for a 9 p.m. concert. The event is “18 to party, 21 to drink.”
General tickets are $10 early, $15 for advance 21+, $20 for advance 18+.
In case you forgot, Aaron Carter (younger brother of Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter) hit the music scene back in 2001 with hits like “Aaron’s Party,” “I Want Candy,” and “That’s How I Beat Shaq” which gained endless airplay on Nickelodeon, Disney, and every Top 40 radio station.
If last month’s Cafe 210 experience wasn’t enough, Levels is providing some enhanced viewing options including: a meet and greet opportunity which allows anyone willing to fork over $50 a chance to “skip the line outside, plus you’ll get to meet and greet with Mr. Carter,” according to the page. VIP tables are also available for $500.
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