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Movin’ On Seeks Student Input On 2018 Artist Selection

Movin’ On just released its 2018 artist survey, and the choices are poppin’. From T-Pain to Grouplove to Randy Houser, there’s truly someone on the list for music fans of all shapes and sizes. Disclaimer: Only one of them will Buy U A Drank.

The survey provides six or eight options for each genre listed and asks students to select the three artists they’d most like to see at this year’s music festival. You can also write in up to two artists at the end of the survey if your favorite jazz boys aren’t on the list.

Fill out your survey here by midnight on Sunday, October 15.

Honestly, we’ll settle for anything better than last year’s lineup. If I would’ve known we could have Shaggy at Movin’ On, I would’ve suggested it long ago. But alas, It Wasn’t Me.

For all you freshmen out there, Movin’ On is a free music festival for all Penn State students and is usually held in April on the last Friday of classes at the IM fields.

Here’s a playlist to jam to while you fill out your own survey:

 

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