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SPA, Homecoming To Host Noah Cyrus For Virtual Concert October 11

Penn State’s Student Programming Association (SPA) and Penn State Homecoming will host pop singer-songwriter Noah Cyrus for a virtual concert on Sunday, October 11.

Cyrus’ concert will begin at 7 p.m. that night. The event will be livestreamed through a virtual link presented by WPSU Radio.

Students will receive access to the concert link upon signing up and reserving their spot using this form.

The concert is part of a collaboration with Penn State Homecoming and will kick off Homecoming Week 2020.

Cyrus is known for her charted hits and collaborations with artists such as XXXTENTACION and Leon Bridges. Her breakout single “Make Me (Cry)” amassed more than 500 million global streams.

Additionally, Cyrus’ EPs “July” and “Lonely” received more than 125 million streams. She has appeared on The Tonight Show with James Corden, Jimmy Fallon, and Ellen and appeared on the Billboard’s 21 under 21 three years in a row.

Cyrus’ performance is free for students and funded by their student-initiated fee. Students will need to verify themselves using their Penn State IDs before entering the virtual event.

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