Papadosio, Huey Mack, and Tyler Sherritt Among First Names to Play State Fest
Papadosio, Huey Mack, and Tyler Sherritt are the first three names announced by Levels Nightclub that will perform at Penn State’s newest music festival, State Fest. The show will take place on Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Sidney Friedman Park and tickets start at $29.
Papadosio is five-man livetronica band originally from Athens, Ohio that blends the elements of a jam band with the sounds of EDM. Since joining forces in 2006, Anthony, Billy, Mike, Rob, and Sam have developed their musical style and grown in popularity by playing the summer music festival circuit across the United States.
Huey Mack (Joseph Dalton Michael) is a rising hip-hop artist from Morgantown, W. Va. who started writing his own music when he was 14. Now, the 22-year-old musician’s career has taken off after releasing a series of mixtapes and performing all over the East Coast. His album Pretending Perfection reached No. 8 on Billboard’s Top Rap Albums chart.
Tyler Sherritt is an up-and-coming EDM artist from Anchorage, Alaska who has began making a name for himself in New York City, collaborating with numerous DJs like Dirty South, Eric Prydz, and Dash Berlin. Sherritt has performed twice at Levels and at festivals like Electric Daisy NY, Bounce Music Festival, and Miami Music Week. where his energetic sets always ignite energy in the audience.
Next week, Levels plans to announce a big EDM artist and another jam band, as well as two more artists the following week.
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