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Jul 12, 2016 10:10 PM EDT

Penn State Updates: Beaver Stadium Tours And CPFA Details Announced!

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The latest update for Beavers Stadium Tour Arts Festival informs fans of the ticket price- $15 for adults and $10 for students! The event has been marked to take place in the weekend during the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts.

Simultaneously, Pennsylvania State University's All-Sports Museum confirms to hold the event during the weekend, Penn State News reported.

In line with the 50th celebration of the CPFA, Pennsylvania arts and sports enthusiasts predict this to be a massive event.

The CPAF is a major event that was first celebrated nearly 50 years ago, Daily Collegian reported.

It invites about thousands of Pennsylvanians to take a stroll along the University Park Campus and the downtown State College and witness multitude of creative outputs, art forms and memorabilia, CPFA stated.  

Putting it simply- it all has to do with arts celebration.

Opposite the celebration is the showcase of the Penn State Nittany Lion's beloved Beaver Stadium, the second largest stadium in the Western Hemisphere, Green Tour reported.  

Pitting the events together, the university's All-Sports Museum department agreed with the Nittany Lions to host the highly-anticipated tour, Go PSU Sports reported.  

In the light that the event is housed in a museum, Penn State Museum department representatives continually tease fans with more historical photos and items dated in 1960, the stadium's founding year, to be displayed therein, Penn State News again reported.  

Alongside the ticket price information, touring schedule was also announced by Penn State.

The schedule starts in July 15, continues in July 16 and will have concluded by July 17. The series of tours opens respectively at 2:00 noon on Friday (15); 10:00 am, 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm on Saturday (16; and 10:00 to noon on Sunday (17).

The state of Pennsylvania, in partnership with the Penn State and Colleges, desires full participation from the local talents and viewers, Daily Collegian again reported.  

Registration and submission of artworks are entertained online under the brand #artsfest.

Meanwhile, the Beaver Stadium Arts Festival links its stadium bag policy here and reiterates that all the ticket proceeds will advantage none other than the Penn State All-Sports Museum's programs and collections.

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