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Drake Concert At Bryce Jordan Center Postponed To March 31

Drake’s concert at the Bryce Jordan Center has been rescheduled to Sunday, March 31, per an email sent to ticket holders. The concert, part of Drake’s “It’s All A Blur Tour — Big As The What?” tour, was originally scheduled for March 18.

Ticket holders for the original date were offered the option to receive refunds for the concert or to hold onto their tickets via an email from Ticketmaster. Requested refunds will be processed within 7-10 business days, and refunds must be requested before February 12.

Tickets are still available for the concert, starting at around $170.

A five-time Grammy winner and 51-time Grammy nominee, Drake released his album “For All The Dogs” in October. His current tour is a collaboration with fellow rapper J. Cole, though J. Cole is not scheduled to perform at the Bryce Jordan Center with Drake.

Drake is one of several notable performers coming to Penn State in the spring semester, including Travis Scott, who performed Sunday, and Zach Bryan and Luke Combs.

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