September 29, 2022

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Stars will be out on stage at the 2022 WXPN XPoNential New music Competition

From corridor-of-famers to up-and-comers to some of the hottest acts in the region, the 2022 WXPN XPoNential Tunes Festival’s lineup is guaranteed to please audio supporters all all around the area.

The lineup was declared Monday early morning by WXPN, the non-business, member-supported radio station of the College of Pennsylvania. The once-a-year 3-day XPoNential New music Pageant introduced by Subaru will run from Sept. 16-18 at two adjacent outdoor venues on the Camden waterfront.

Local favorites now building a substantial splash nationally, The War On Medications will headline the Friday evening reveals. Rock & Roll legend Patti Smith And Her Band and the band Geese will also take the phase at the at the Waterfront Songs Pavilion Sept. 16.

A comprehensive working day of songs Sept. 17 will finish up with healiners Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night time Sweats with exclusive company The Revivalists and Snacktime at the Waterfront Tunes Pavilion.

Carrying out on the two phases at Wiggins Park will be Jenny Lewis, Taj Mahal, Kathleen Edwards, Valerie June, Felice Brothers, Houndmouth, The Suffers, Lo Moon, Samantha Fish, Sarah Shook & The Disarmers, The Dip, Bartees Odd, Buffalo Nichols, Black Opry Revue, Dos Santos, Tamino, Cosmic Guilt, Catbite, The Tisburys, Omar’s Hat, Highnoon And Chestnut Grove.

Competition tickets will be obtainable for the typical general public at the festival’s web site, xpnfest.org, starting April 22 at 10 a.m.

For approximately 30 many years, the XPoNential Audio Competition has been drawing audiences from the Higher Philadelphia space, Mid-Atlantic area, and Northeastern US to the Delaware Riverfront. Featuring WXPN’s expertly curated combine of set up and new artists, the spouse and children-pleasant competition presents easy entry via general public transportation, natural amphitheaters that create terrific sound, substantial food, drink, and vendor choices, and pageant seating and riverfront promenades that offer breathtaking views of the Delaware River and Philadelphia skyline.