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Life in Color Show at Tussey Canceled

The upcoming Life in Color (the event formerly known as Dayglow) show scheduled for September 26th at Tussey Mountain has been canceled, according to a Facebook update to the event posted by Art of Electronica, the event’s promotion company.

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The reason for the event cancellation is unknown right now, though we should learn more in the coming days. Thankfully, anyone who already purchased tickets can get a refund through Life in Color. For fans of EDM, this comes as a huge blow to this year’s concert lineup, but you can still see Zedd perform at the BJC this Friday and Bassnectar in October. Be sure to follow Onward State for the latest concert announcements and updates.

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