Author: Zack Rutstein
On the eve of Penn State’s home opener against Akron, the Bryce Jordan Center opened its fall concert season on Friday night with a show by indie rock group Foster the People and special guest opener The Velvet Teen.
Contestants from NBC’s hit show The Sing-Off will perform at the BJC on February 28 as part of their inaugural Sing-Off Live Tour! The show features a cappella musicians performing unique renditions of today’s top hits. The live show will bring season 4 finalists as well as last year”s winner, the Pentatonix, to perform individual sets, group numbers, ultimate sing-offs, and a few new surprises.
Penn State rapper Mike Wallz may be out of college, but he’s still making moves in the music industry. It’s been a year since we last caught up with Mike to check out his album The Free Life. He’s now working on another album, The Layover, which is set to release on November 11. We caught up with Mike Wallz to see what he’s been up to since moving on from Penn State.
Penn State’s annual concert series, Movin’ On, released their second student survey today. The survey aims to crowdsource Penn State’s favorite acts to bring to the festival on May 2.
Former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords will speak at Eisenhower Auditorium on Monday, November 4 as part of the Student Programming Association’s Distinguished Lecture series.
California ska-punk band Reel Big Fish will headline a show at Levels Nightclub on Nov. 18 as part of the “Don’t Stop Skankin'” tour.
California indie pop band Hellogoodbye will perform at Alumni Hall on Friday, September 27th in a free show presented by Penn State’s Student Programming Association.