That’s right, the “State of Emergency” concert at Penn State University’s Bryce Jordan Center, will take place on February 23, 2012, with doors opening at 8pm. If you’re going then hit up the Facebook event page.

Sebastian Ingrosso, who is headlining the event, is a founding member of the most successful electronic dance music group of all time, Swedish House Mafia. Ingrosso regularly plays in front of crowds that number 25,000 or more, and is considered one of the top-10 DJs in the world.

Alesso is the unheralded, yet supremely talented protégé of Ingrosso. A native of Sweden, Alesso emerged into the world of electronic dance music in 2011 with his hit, “Good Love.” He has followed up with several successful singles, including the #1 EDM song in the world, “Calling.”

Tickets are available at the Bryce Jordan Center box office, on Ticketmaster, Eisenhower Auditorium, the Downtown Theatre, and Altoona Campus.

State of Emergency is being produced by Miami-based Production Company, Committee Entertainment; the founding members of EDM super-concert DayGlow. Additionally, “State of Emergency” is being brought to you locally by Limitless Entertainment, a State College based live entertainment
promotional team.

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