The annual XPoNential Music Festival, featuring artists from a wide musical spectrum, plays from Friday July 22 through Sunday July 24 at two locations just across the river from Philadelphia in Camden, N.J. — Wiggins Park at 2 Riverside Drive; and at BB&T Pavilion at 1 Harbour Blvd., where evening concerts are held. More than 30 acts are on the schedule performing on three stages.
African group Songhoy Blues had to cancel their appearance due to a member’s illness.
Here’s a quick look at who’s performing:
Friday, July 22: Ryan Adams and The Shining, Kurt Vile and The Violators, Tommy Stinson
Saturday, July 23: Alabama Shakes, Gary Clark Jr., Chicano Batman
Sunday, July 24: Brandi Carlile, Old Crow Medicine Show, case/lang/veirs (Neko Case, k.d. lang and Laura Veirs)
Father John Misty (solo), Josh Ritter & The Royal City Band, Colvin & Earle, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, The Felice Brothers,
The Districts, Femi Kuti & The Positive Force, The Revivalists, White Denim, David Wax Museum, The Suffers, Darlingside, Chicano Batman, Esmé Patterson, Low Cut Connie, Diane Coffee The Record Company, Ben Arnold, Eliza Hardy Jones, Kississippi, Queen of Jeans, Billy Hector, RoseMary Fiki.
For information about festival three-day go everywhere passes for general public including lawn access; 200 Level and 100 Level reserved seats; single day Wiggins Park only passes; single day BB&T Pavilion tickets; and children admission fees, check http://xpnfest.org/#passes.
The festival is presented by Subaru and produced by WXPN 88.5 FM in Philadelphia.
— Compiled by Digital First Media staff