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Elley Duhé To Headline Penn State’s ‘Summer Welcome Fest’ June 26

In-person summer sessions are finally back at Penn State, and so are concerts and live events.

Singer-songwriter Elley Duhé is set to headline “Summer Welcome Fest” as part of Penn State’s Welcome Week for Summer Session II. Doors open for the concert at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 26, at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park.

The event will also feature ballpark food like popcorn and Creamery ice cream. Entry is free of charge for students thanks to your student-initiated fee and financial support from the Student Fee Board.

Duhé is known for her solo work on songs like “Immortal” and her features on Zedd’s “Happy Now” and Gryffin’s “Tie Me Down.”

Summer Welcome Fest will kick off Penn State’s Welcome Week, which is *actually* multiple weeks long and will run through July 12. Events like the festival, rock climbing, and ice skating are meant to “welcome new students to the University Park campus and help them acclimate to college life.”

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