Posted by Ryan Chase on 06/25 at 11:31 AM
During a season that causes your legs to stick to the seat of your car, you may be likely to turn on the air-conditioning and stay indoors.
But not this weekend! The 4th Annual Summer’s Best Music Fest & Street Bazaar, everybody’s favorite pre-Arts Fest fest, comes to State College.
The festival features three outdoor stages that will host an eclectic selection of musical artists ranging from the hip-hop musical stylings of Sugabone to the can’t-miss Dan & Galla Music Show. If that’s not enough, other happenings include Action Alley, an extreme sports exhibition, and PAWS fundraising function. Additionally, there’s a new gem at this year’s festival: a public safety zone. Sounds fun!
So drop whatever you’re doing tomorrow, even if it’s heavy, and force yourself and all your friends to get outside for a rocking good time. If you do not have the time of your life, you can hold me, Ryan Chase, beloved music reviewer and Mad Mex employee, personally accountable*. Seriously, check it out. It’s a good time.
4th Annual Summer’s Best Music Fest & Street Bazaar
Saturday, June 26th
9:00 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Stage Locations: Hiester, Allen, and Calder Way
For further details, including specific locations and times, Downtown State College has everything you need and more.
*Do not hold him accountable. Please. He would not know what to do if you did.
Author: Ryan Chase
Bio: Ryan Chase is a senior at Pennsylvania State University, majoring in English and Sociology. In his free time, he enjoys writing, reading, woodcarving, and playing the guitar. Outside of most rap and opera, he listens to every type of music, but he prefers classic rock and jazz. His favorite artists are Robert Johnson, Heatmiser, and Minor Davis & the Fuzzy Slippers.
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