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Gnash To Perform At Penn State On March 19

The Student Programming Association (SPA) announced on Thursday that popular singer and songwriter gnash will come to State College on Thursday, March 19.

The performance will be held in the HUB at Heritage Hall, and will begin at 8 p.m. All students who show a valid Penn State University Park student ID will be admitted for free, courtesy of your student-initiated fee.

Gnash is most known for his hit “I hate u, I love you (feat. Olivia O’Brien),” which was released in 2016.

Other hits from the Los Angeles-based artist include “rumors (Mark Johns)” and “U Only Call Me When It’s Raining Out.” He is also featured on other artists’ songs, most notably Lights Down Low 9 (by MAX), Two Shots (by Goody Grace), and Fumes (by EDEN).

Gnash’s most recent song is “hungover & i miss you,” which came out on January 10 of this year.

The concert is made possible by SPA, and more information can be found here.

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