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Happy Together Tour Announces BJC Stop

Are you tired of this generation’s music? Does the sound of another radio-friendly Justin Bieber or Katy Perry song just make you want to punch someone in the face? Well, this might be the show for you. The Happy Together Tour 2013 is a celebration of the music of the 60’s, and it’s coming to the BJC on Sunday, July 28th.

Headlined by The Turtles featuring Flo and Eddie, The Happy Together Tour brings a lineup of legendary classic rock artists, including Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night, Gary Puckett & The Union Gap, Marl Williams (formerly of Paul Revere & The Raiders), and Gary Lewis & The Playboys. In all, the five artists on this year’s tour have combined over sixty Top 40 hits, including six number one songs. Any fan of classic rock won’t want to miss this show!

Tickets are $35 for reserved theatre seating and go on sale Friday, June 28 at the Bryce Jordan Center, Eisenhower Auditorium, Penn State Downtown Theatre, Altoona Campus Ticket Outlet, online at www.ticketmaster.com or www.bjc.psu.edu, or by phone at (800) 745-3000.

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Zack Rutstein

Penn State 5th-year Materials Science and Engineering student, Onward State Arts Editor, Musician

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