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Lycoming College welcomes 3OH!3 for the fall 2019 concert

Lycoming College welcomes 3OH!3 for the fall 2019 concert

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The Lycoming College Campus Activities Board (CAB) has announced that 3OH!3 will headline the fall concert scheduled for Oct. 26, at 8 p.m. in the Keiper Recreation Center on the Lycoming College campus.

3OH!3 is an electronic-pop duo from Colorado, made up of Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte. While most concert-goers will recognize them for their hit “Don’t Trust Me,” which made it to #7 on the Billboard top 100, others will identify them as the duo whose song, “Starstruck,” featured Katy Perry. Known for getting crowds amp-ed up and on their feet, 3OH!3 has been a repeat performer on the Vans Warped Tour, playing at colleges across the nation.

The opening act will feature Flor, a relatively new indie pop-rock band from Oregon, consisting of Zach Grace, McKinley Kitts, Dylan Bauld, and Kyle Hill.

CAB choose 3OH!3 after seeing their performance at the 2019 National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) Conference in Columbus, Ohio. Students and staff in attendance at the conference were eager to see the duo perform as most of them grew up listening to their songs. “As a group, we are most excited to work with this duo because of their fun personalities and energetic showmanship,” said business and economics major Victoria Ricedorf ’20 (Liverpool, Pa.), CAB’s concert chair. “We believe that this concert will feel like a dance party to students!”

During the concert, CAB will provide students with glow sticks and beachballs. They will also be giving away a pair of meet and greet passes to a lucky student at this year’s hall crawl!

CAB offers one free ticket to each Lycoming student who has paid the student activity fee, a practice that remains unique among colleges and universities that host major campus concerts. This concert is funded by the Student Senate of Lycoming College.

Tickets are $20 and can now be purchased on campus at the Office of Student Engagement, in the Wertz Student Center; at; or by visiting Dairy Queen in South Williamsport, Pa.

Previous concerts at the College have included Smash Mouth, Mac Miller, Maroon 5, Ke$ha, Good Charlotte, Mike Posner, Jidenna, and AWOLNATION.