Chris Daughtry to Perform at NC State Homecoming
Chris Daughtry is a wanted man (dead or alive).
First, he performed the national anthem at an Arizona Cardinals football game.
Now, promoters from North Carolina State are reporting that the American Idol crooner will be playing at the school's homecoming event - called the Pack Howl Pep Rally and Concert.
The show will be held at Reynolds Coliseum on Friday, November 3rd with the pep rally starting at 8pm and the concert starting at 9:30pm.
Daughtry, 26, hails from McLeansville, NC. He's set to release his first album entitled "Daughtry" on November 21st on 19 Recordings/RCA Records.
The festivities won't just include Chris, of course. The NC State marching band, cheerleaders and dance team are scheduled to be there, along with Mike Morse from G105's Showgram Radio Show.
Tickets start at $10 for students and up to $20 for the general public.
"We are extremely excited about having Chris Daughtry perform at the concert and are looking forward to a great turnout," said Brooklyn Winters, Director of Special Interest & Campus Programs of the NC State Alumni Association in a released statement. "All of the activities add to the pageantry of Homecoming and we are anticipating an unforgettable weekend."