Free Cheat Codes Concert in State College

Posted by CHEAT CODES | @cheatcodesmusic

If you’re bored and stuck in a rut this weekend and are desperately looking for something fun to do, you should absolutely check out the Cheat Codes concert! Homecoming and the Student Programming Association announced that the State College stop that Cheat Codes added to their tour was, in fact, Homecoming’s kickoff concert.

The concert is taking place Sunday, November 5 at 8 p.m. in Alumni Hall, inside of the HUB, and will mark the beginning of Homecoming week at Penn State.

The electronic music DJ group is made up of Trevor Dahl, Kevin Ford and Matthew Russell and was founded in 2014. They went on tour with the Chainsmokers and garnered millions of views on YouTube, helping start their rise to fame.

They are most well known for their singles “Sex,” with Kris Kross Amsterdam, “Let Me Hold You (Turn Me On),” with Dante Klein, “No Promises,” with Demi Lovato, and “Feeling Great,” with Fetty Wap and CVBZ. All of their songs are super catchy and are sure to brighten up your Sunday night.

Sophomore Wil Dunn, a Health Policy and Administration major, says, “It’s so cool to see them bring someone so relevant in the music industry to campus for a free concert! Cheat Codes has a lot of recognizable songs that many students know. If it wasn’t for this concert, I’m not sure if I would have ever gotten the chance to see them in concert. It will be a really fun time and a great way to kick off Homecoming week!”

The best part of this concert, besides the amazing music, is the fact that it’s completely free! As long as you have a valid Penn State University Park Student ID, you’re welcome to enjoy this amazing group and concert.

We’ve included a link to their Spotify so you can preview their awesome music. VALLEY definitely recommends that you spend your Sunday night at this concert.


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