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Luke Bryan To Perform At Bryce Jordan Center In April

The Bryce Jordan Center is certainly pulling in its fair share of country music acts this week. Luke Bryan announced his 2016 “Kill The Lights” tour today, which includes a stop in State College on Friday, April 15, 2016. Country artists Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch will join Bryan for (most of) the duration of the tour (don’t worry, they’ll be at the BJC).

 Bryan is currently wrapping up his 2015 “Kick the Dust Up Tour” in support of his single of the same name, the first from August 2015 album “Kill the Lights.” The 2016 tour will further support the album, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Though Bryan keeps himself busy — back-to-back tours and performances at the the Country Music Association Awards — he still takes the time to come through State College. The BJC last saw Bryan in February 2013.

Pricing information is not yet released for the show, however tickets will be available in November and select cardholders will have access to a pre-sale beginning around the same time.

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