WXPN, the non-commercial, member-supported radio station of the University of Pennsylvania, today announced the artists who will perform on Friday, July 26 at its 2019 XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru. The annual three-day festival will take place Friday, July 26 through Sunday, July 28 at Wiggins Park and BB&T Pavilion, located next to each other on the Camden, New Jersey riverfront.
In partnership with promoter Live Nation, WXPN will present Irish musician-singer-songwriter HOZIER with special guests JAPANESE BREAKFAST and KILLIAM SHAKESPEARE in evening performances at BB&T Pavilion on Friday, July 26. Artists who will perform at Wiggins Park that day include DAWES, BETTYE LAVETTE, RAYLAND BAXTER, NILÜFER YANYA, CHRISTONE “KINGFISH” INGRAM, and FOXTROT & THE GET DOWN.
(L: Hozier, R: Dawes)
Tickets for these Friday, July 26 performances at BB&T Pavilion with a “Festival Access” add-on option for Wiggins Park stages will go on sale this Friday, March 29 at xpnfest.org.
WXPN will release the Saturday, July 27 and Sunday, July 28 artist lineups for the XPoNential Music Festival over the next two weeks as additional ticket options become available.
The XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru is WXPN’s signature annual concert event that draws audiences from throughout the Greater Philadelphia area, Mid-Atlantic region, and Northeastern US. Now in its 15th year at Wiggins Park and 8th year at the adjacent BB&T Pavilion, WXPN produces the family-friendly XPoNential Music Festival in partnership with the Camden County Board of Freeholders.
The XPoNential Music Festival features the expertly curated mix of established and new artists enjoyed by WXPN members and listeners. The preferred summer music event is known for convenient access via public transportation, natural amphitheaters that produce great sound, plenty of activities for kids, extensive food, drink and vendor selections, and festival seating and riverfront promenades that offer spectacular views of the Delaware River and Philadelphia skyline.