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Movin’ On Wants You…To Tell Them What You Want

The Spill Canvas, music

The Spill Canvas, musicOn Tuesday, @psumovinon posted a link to a survey that asked students what they listen to and who they would like to see at this spring’s Movin’ On Festival. The survey is the first of many, according to Movin’ On.

This, with the reported $250,000 budget for the free festival, does ask an important question: What names would you like to see considered in the running? That budget would provide for at least five acts, as well as equipment and whatnot.

So, who do you, the students and State College community, want to see perform this spring? You can follow Movin On’ on Facebook, Twitter, or their website to stay informed and find out further details.

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