Thomas Rhett Bringing ‘Life Changes’ Tour To BJC Sept. 27
Update June 11: The Bryce Jordan Center announced tickets for Thomas Rhett’s concert in September will go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. Tickets can be purchased at the Bryce Jordan Center, Eisenhower Auditorium, Penn State Downtown Theatre, online at ticketmaster.com, or by phone at 800-745-3000.
Regular tickets cost $32.75, $57.75, and $77.75. A limited number of student tickets are available for $20, $30, or $50, thanks to subsidization from the student fee.
JUST ANNOUNCED! @ThomasRhett is coming to the @JordanCenter! The #LifeChangesTour will hit #HappyValley September 27th with @BrettYoungMusic & @MidlandOfficial.
Tickets on sale Friday, June 15 at 10am.
For more information, visit: https://t.co/4K5uAXrht4 pic.twitter.com/fCKs6Jxefy
— Bryce Jordan Center (@JordanCenter) June 11, 2018
Original story: Smash hit country artist and husband goals heartthrob Thomas Rhett will bring his ‘Life Changes’ tour to the Bryce Jordan Center on September 27, 2018, according to his official website. The performance isn’t yet listed on the Bryce Jordan Center website or social media accounts.
Rhett is best known for hits on his 2017 “Life Changes” album, like “Craving You” and “Unforgettable” and from his 2016 “Tangled Up” album like “Die A Happy Man,” “T-Shirt,” and “Star of the Show.” Fans fawn over his romantic jams and his relationship with his wife and two daughters.
Fellow country artists Brett Young and Midland will also appear alongside Rhett. You might know Young from tracks like “In Case You Didn’t Know” or “Sleep Without You.” Midland, a newer country trio, is best known for the song “Drinkin’ Problem.”
Rhett last visited State College in 2016 as an opener for Jason Aldean. Ticketing information has not yet been announced by the Bryce Jordan Center, including the possibility of a student ticketing discount through the Student Fee.
We’ll update this story with more information as it becomes available.
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