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Just Announced: Daya to perform at Blue Moose on Feb. 25


Scope Productions kicks off its spring lineup with a performance by top 40 artist Daya at the Blue Moose Tap House on Feb. 25.

The singer-songwriter’s hit single Hide Away broke into the Billboard top 40 earlier this year. Originally from Pittsburgh, Daya released her first full-length album (self-titled) earlier this year and has quickly climbed pop charts.

According to Scope, tickets will be made available at the University Welcome Center, Ticketmaster locations and Blue Moose Tap House for this 19 and up show. Doors will open at 7 p.m., and the show will start at 8 p.m.


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