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Performers Slated for The Bryce Jordan Center in 2024

The Bryce Jordan Center (BJC) is booming! This academic year, it has hosted incredible performers for all Penn State students. In 2024 so far, the BJC presented Travis Scott, who also made a post-show appearance at Champs. This is just the beginning of the incredible events that the Bryce Jordan Center has in store this year.


Zach Bryan

On March 12, Zach Bryan will be coming to State College for “The Quittin’ Time Tour” accompanied by The Middle East and Levi Turner. The “Something in the Orange” singer recently won his first Grammy for Best Country Duo/Group Performance with Kacey Musgraves for their song “I Remember Everything.” 


Drake

On March 31, Drake will hit the stage in the BJC. The “It’s All a Blur Tour” will feature special guest Lil Durk. The Canadian rapper has won four Grammy Awards and holds the title for the most Billboard Music Awards by a solo artist. 


J. Cole will be joining Drake for the tour at some locations, which coincides with the name of the tour “Big As The What?” – a line from their song “First Person Shooter.” However, State College is one of the locations where J. Cole will not be performing alongside Drake.


Kacey Musgraves

On September 4, Kacey Musgraves will be performing at the BJC. The seven-time Grammy Award winner will be accompanied by Father John Misty and Nickel Creek for her “Deeper Well” tour. This tour will highlight her new album “Deeper Well,” which is set to be released on March 15.


Jelly Roll

Finally, the BJC will be welcoming Jelly Roll on October 1. He will be accompanied by Warren Zeiders and Alexandra Kay for his “Beautifully Broken Tour.” The “Son of a Sinner” singer was nominated for two Grammy Awards this past year and took home the award for “Best New Artist” at the CMA awards.

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