The Harlem Globetrotters are heading to the Bryce Jordan Center in February for the third time since 2020. Photo by Jake Musmanno | Onward State
The world-famous Harlem Globetrotters are bringing their on-court basketball shenanigans to Happy Valley once again next year.
On Tuesday, the Bryce Jordan Center announced it will host the Globetrotters for an exhibition against their rival Washington Generals on Tuesday, Feb. 28. Doors will open at 6 p.m. ahead of the matchup’s 7 p.m. tipoff.
General public tickets for the Globetrotter’s stop at Penn State are already on sale. Prices range from $18 to $70, according to the Bryce Jordan Center’s event page. Discounted student tickets are available for $11.50.
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As always, the Globetrotters will incorporate fan-favorite entertainment into their upcoming tour, including high-flying slam dunks and half-court hook shots. Before the exhibition game, the team will host a limited number of fans for one-on-one interactions, including meet-and-greets and autograph signings.
The Globetrotters are no strangers to the Bryce Jordan Center. The team recently visited Penn State’s on-campus arena in March 2020 and 2022.
Following Monday’s announcement, the Globetrotters now join a packed upcoming event schedule for the Bryce Jordan Center. In addition to Penn State basketball and wrestling, the arena is set to host 2023 shows by 2023 shows by Carrie Underwood, Bruce Springsteen, Journey, Thomas Rhett and Kenny Chesney.
For more information on the Globetrotters’ upcoming Happy Valley show, visit the Bryce Jordan Center’s event page.
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