My Hero Zero To Host First Ticketed Concert At State Theatre
The State Theatre is going to feel a lot like Champs next weekend.
My Hero Zero, a Happy Valley fixture and one of the more well-known cover bands in the community, will hold its first-ever ticketed concert at 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 23 at the State Theatre.
You can purchase your tickets to the event here for $23.50. If you’re under the age of 18, your seat at the concert costs just $12.50. According to a release, the band will debut its new original album on top of fan-favorite covers.
Lead singer Jason O will kick off the evening with a solo acoustic set, which pays homage to his days as a street performer downtown.
On top of regularly performing at Champs on the weekends, Jason O and My Hero Zero regularly make appearances at THON. Jason O’s acoustic hour brought a soothing vibe to the Bryce Jordan Center following the high-energy pep rally, but the entire band came out just before the final four. From “Hail to the Lion” to Ke$ha’s “Tik Tok,” the band touched on a little bit of everything in its pre-final four set at the BJC.
My Hero Zero will host a meet-and-greet with fans (read: the most loyal State College music enthusiasts) following the conclusion of the concert. There, you can reach fulfillment and get all your Jason O merch autographed.
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