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Penn State To Hold Happy Valley Indian Performing Arts Festival

The Happy Valley Indian Performing Arts Festival will take place from April 7 to 9 in the HUB. The event will feature six different styles of dance, as well as performances by six notable artists.

The show includes Indian dance forms such as Kathuk and Odissi, among others. There will also be a variety of vocal performances. The Society for Indian Music and Arts and Nritya will sponsor the event — the two organizations aim to preserve traditional Indian dance, as well as promote the style throughout the State College community.

Students can purchase tickets for $4 per day and general admission tickets will cost $4.99. If you have any further questions about ticket sales, feel free to contact [email protected] or [email protected].

The event is open to everyone in the Penn State community. For more information on the specific schedule of performances, check out the event Facebook page.

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Claire Fountas is the student life editor for Onward State, as well as a junior pursuing a double major in journalism and psychology. She lives in a suburb of Chicago and strongly disagrees with anyone who hates the Cubs or the Blackhawks (so, pretty much anyone at Penn State). You can follow her @ClaireFountas or email her at [email protected]


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