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Frankie Ballard to Perform at Levels Tonight

Frankie Ballard, widely known for hits such as “Sunshine & Whiskey” and “Helluva Life,” will be making a stop in State College tonight at Levels Nightclub. The concert is set to begin at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 6 p.m. for those wishing to snag front row seats.

The Michigan based artist is an upcoming star in the country music scene. In 2008, he won Kenny Chesney’s Next Big Star regional competition in his home state. After the release of his debut album “Tell Me You Get Lonely,” he received national attention with two of his singles cracking country music’s Top 30 Singles list. He has also notably opened for country artists like Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift, and Bob Seger.

Tickets will be $20 at the door, but can be purchased in advance through Levels’ website for $15. Check out some of his hits below:

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Jon Deasy

is a senior majoring in criminology from the Steel City. You can find him at the Rathskeller on a Saturday or in the library at four in the morning. He plans to attend law school in the future and enjoys writing about college kids committing the most comical crimes in State College. When he’s not busy, he’s aimlessly staring at his Twitter, @jon_deasy. You can reach him via email at [email protected]

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