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Indian Culture & Language Club To Host Diwali Event November 6

Penn State’s Indian Culture and Language Club (ICLC) will host its annual Diwali event on Saturday, November 6. This year, the event will welcome singer Jay Sean for a performance, too.

Kamaljit Singh Jhoot, better known by his stage name, Jay Sean, is a British singer-songwriter most known for songs like “Down” featuring Lil Wayne and “Do You Remember” featuring Lil John and Sean Paul. Jay Sean was a staple in early 2000s dance and club music.

The event will start at 8 p.m. in the HUB’s Alumni Hall. It’ll feature performances from Fanaa, Penn State’s South Asian fusion a capella team, as well as Penn State dance teams like JaDhoom, Sher Bhangra, Nritya, and Natya. Also featured are musical and artistic performances by Penn Staters DJ Parth, Raghav Sehgal, and Shambhavi Kunwar.

The event will include free, prepackaged food from India Pavilion, located in downtown State College. There will be pakoras, naan, shahi paneer, mango lassi, and rice.

The event is open to all, with tickets costing $10 for Penn State students and $15 for everyone else. Tickets can be purchased in the HUB or by messaging @iclc_psu on Instagram.

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Anna is a junior public relations major and one of Onward State's social media editors. Hailing from Washington D.C. (aka Alexandria, VA), she loves 80's and 90's rock, ironic L.L. Bean Boat and Tote bags, and was born in a pink hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram @annaewiggins. Please send all of your best gossip to [email protected]

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