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Get the Led Out to Play at the State Theatre Tonight

Calling all Led Zeppelin fans in State College — it’s time to get the led out at the State Theatre.

Get the Led Out, Led Zeppelin’s premier tribute band, will be performing at the State Theatre tonight. The six-member band began playing in 2003 to show its dedication, passion, and love for Led Zeppelin’s music. Beginning at 8 p.m., the six-member band will bring studio recordings of Led Zeppelin to life.

The group has performed in New York, Philadelphia, and Atlantic City and will perform in State College for more than two hours, jamming to some of Zeppelin’s most famous songs such as “Going to California,” “Ramble On”, and of course, “Stairway to Heaven.”

After the show, the band will host a meet-and-greet to talk about the concert and share a common idolization for Led Zeppelin.

Tickets can be purchased online or at the State Theatre for $30, but Penn State students may purchase them for $25. You may want to act fast though, because according to the State Theatre, there are less than 50 tickets available.

With half of the tickets already sold going to Penn State students, one can expect it to be a lively and energetic crowd as State College jams to the music of one of the greatest rock bands to all time.

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About the Author

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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