With the Bryce Jordan Center packed on Tuesday night for the highly anticipated Tiësto concert, Penn State Police responded to several alcohol-related incidents, according to University Police and Fire Daily Activity Log.
Twelve alcohol-related incidents were reported at the BJC between 7 p.m. and 10:20 p.m., according to the log.
Nine people were observed publicly drunk, seven were found to be in possession of alcohol, seven were arrested and four were transported to the hospital, according to the log. Five of the 12 were less than 21 years old, according to the log.
One individual was also cited for offenses of harassment and resisting arrest, according to the log.
The State College Police Department said they did not respond to the Bryce Jordan Center at any time Tuesday night. It also did not appear that students at the concert went downtown and caused any major problems, police said.
Penn State Police could not be reached for comment by press time Wednesday.