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Blake Shelton to sign bottles of vodka in Pa.

Nick Vadala, Staff Writer

Updated: Wednesday, July 5, 2017, 11:55 AM

This June 7, 2016 file photo shows Blake Shelton performing at the 12th Annual Stars for Second Harvest Benefit at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn.

Country music singer and The Voice judge Blake Shelton will be in Pennsylvania this weekend to sign bottles of booze for thirsty fans who meet him at one Hummelstown Fine Wine & Good Spirits state store, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board announced this week.

Shelton will appear at the Hummelstown Fine Wine & Good Spirits Premium Collection Store (1158 Mae St., Hummelstown) on Saturday, July 8 starting at 5 p.m. The “God Gave Me You” hitmaker will sign pre-purchased bottles of Smithworks Vodka only.

The appearance marks the arrival of Smithworks Vodka in Pennsylvania. Shelton announced a partnership with the vodka brand in March last year.

At the Pennsylvania signing event, fans will be able to purchase a bottle of Smithworks, after which they will receive a wristband that gets them a spot at the signing. Only 150 wristbands will be available, and fans must have a wristband to attend the signing.

A release states that Shelton will “be unable to sign any personal items” and will sign a maximum of two bottles of vodka per person. Additionally, attendees may not use cell phones or cameras to take their own photos, and will have photos provided to them by event organizers. Attendees must be aged 21 or older.

Following the signing, Shelton will play a headlining set at the Happy Valley Jam in State College, according to Penn Live.

Nick Vadala, Staff Writer

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