Return to Penn State: Top 5 reasons to attend We Are Weekend
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — There are plenty of reasons to return to University Park for We Are Weekend, set for May 31 to June 2.
The Alumni Association’s premier summer weekend features events, giveaways, and plenty of chances to find out what’s new at Penn State while enjoying time-honored traditional favorites.
Recently announced, Bruce in the USA will headline a concert at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, with State College fan-favorite Velveeta kicking things off. Doors and concession stands will open at noon on Saturday, June 1, at Medlar Field, with Velveeta playing at 12:30 p.m.
Then at 2 p.m., fans can rock out to Bruce in the USA, hailed as “the most powerful and intense Springsteen tribute on the planet.”
Top five reasons to attend We Are Weekend:
- Concert at Medlar Field, featuring Bruce in the USA and Velveeta.
- Giveaways, including a custom Penn State luggage tag, tote bag, and tailgate blanket.
- Access to discounted Happy Valley Music Festival Tickets (save almost $10).
- Commemorative photos at the Nittany Lion Shrine.
- Time to visit the Hintz Family Alumni Center (find your La Vie yearbook photo), and also head downtown and receive discounts with We Are Weekend registration.
We Are Weekend registration also includes campus shuttle transportation, discounts to a variety of downtown vendors, Dueling Lions Piano Bar featuring Howl at the Moon musicians, and more. The agenda is available online, and the Alumni Association will continue to celebrate and recognize the 50th class (1969) during the Pioneer Induction Dinner, Class of 1969 Dinner, and Farewell Breakfast.
Visit the Alumni Association’s Facebook event to stay updated on event information and for interactive content leading up to We Are Weekend.
This article originally appeared at: https://news.psu.edu/photo/569487/2019/04/16/we-are-weekend-concert
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