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Jay Sean To Come To State College For Infusion, Indigo Shows

It’s time to relive those middle school dances again — not the awkwardness between the dance-goers, rather the kick-ass music that we so usually forget came out around that time — as Jay Sean will come to State College in March.

Infusion announced through its Facebook page that Jay Sean will perform in its fourth annual event held on March 19. Hosted in the Eisenhower Auditorium, the dance competition will crown a winner and award them bid points to participate in Bollywood America 2016, while donating the proceeds to THON.

Hopefully the likes of “Down” feat. Lil Wayne and “Do You Remember” feat. Sean Paul will make a comeback and flood the town of State College with memories of the late 2000s, as Jay Sean will also perform at Indigo for the after-party following the dance competition. Attendees must be 18 to enter and 21 to drink.

Tickets and other information can be found here at the official Infusion website.

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Drew Klingenberg

As well as being a staff writer for Onward State, Drew is a self-proclaimed Pittsburgh expert and traveling enthusiast. When he is not hiking some strange yet secluded area of the United States, you can see him either standing entirely too long in the State College Chipotle line, or at the gym acting like he's doing something productive. If you appreciate sub-par humor or overly-saturated photography, follow him on Twitter and Instagram (@dmklingenberg). For inquiries please email Drew at [email protected]


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