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Paul McCartney, Temple Student Tickets Sell Out

The Bryce Jordan Center was bustling on Monday as it sold out tickets for two different events.

Students looking to attend the Nittany Lions’ season opener at Temple hiked out to Gate B at 7 a.m. to secure tickets. The football team stopped by and handed out McDonald’s breakfast to people waiting in line.

football players handing out food in line

Meanwhile later in the day, Paul McCartney fans lined up outside the BJC to purchase tickets for his show on October 15.  McCartney’s ‘Out There’ tour promises to be an engaging show featuring extensive lasers, large screens, fireworks, and “unique video content.” This time it was the Blue Band that made an appearance and played “Live and Let Die” for people waiting in line.

Student ticket week continues with basketball and men’s hockey, which sold out in three minutes last year.

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