Mute Cities and Keegan Tawa join forces with Sounds to bring a night of killer local, original music to State College. These two highly popular groups within the Penn State community will deliver old and new fans alike a concert they won’t forget.
Not only does the electro house artist Keegan Tawa have a dance-‐your-‐shoes-‐off beat that features the jazzy sounds of a saxophone and female vocals, but also an incredible fanbase that is eager see his act in State College. Mute Cities, with their ever-‐growing following, is excited to bring their indie and alternative fusion back to State College for the new school year.
“I was immediately captured by the raw talent of Keegan Tawa and Mute Cities,” said Executive Producer of Sounds Misha Cleveland on her experience at Penn State’s Battle of the Bands. “The two groups have very different styles, and the audience loved them both. We could not be happier to bring these performers together through Sounds in a concert experience that is unlike any other.”
The event starts at 8 p.m. on Friday, September 19, in the Community Room of the State College Municipal Building. Five dollars will be charged at the door and free tickets are available to event volunteers or vendors who are interested in selling their art.
Rooted in the heart of State College, Sounds is a start-‐up, nonprofit organization that hosts local bands and open mic nights for the enjoyment of Happy Valley inhabitants of all ages.
Currently, Sounds hosts a live-‐music event twice a month in the Community Room of the State College Municipal Building.