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Carrie Underwood To Perform At Bryce Jordan Center February 10

Eight-time Grammy Award winner Carrie Underwood will come to Happy Valley next spring to perform at the Bryce Jordan Center on Friday, February 10.

Underwood, who’s won 16 Academy of Country Music Awards, is coming to Penn State as part of her “The Denim & Rhinestones” tour. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, May 20.

The Bryce Jordan Center is one of 16 stops Underwood will make during February 2023 for her tour, according to her website. She’ll perform at Madison Square Garden and the Wells Fargo Center, among other big-name arenas.

Underwood is one of the most decorated country artists ever. She’s won 12 Billboard Music Awards, nine Country Music Association Awards, and 23 CMT Music Awards. Her 23 CMT Music Awards are the most ever by a performer.

The country singer boasts 12 songs on her new “Denim & Rhinestones” album. Tracks like “Hate My Heart” and “Velvet Heartbreak” are sure to rock the BJC next spring.

Underwood last visited the Bryce Jordan Center back in 2012 for her “Blown Away” tour. When she takes the stage next spring, over 10 years will have passed since the last time she performed in Happy Valley.

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