Movin’ On Opens Applications For Battle Of The Bands

If you and your bandmates (or just you!) hope to show off your musical talents and possibly win a chance to perform at this year’s Movin’ On festival, look no further.

Movin’ On, Penn State’s annual end-of-the-year music festival, recently announced that its application for the 2022 Battle of the Bands will open on Monday, January 17. From the pool of applicants, eight will be selected to compete in the annual competition. The application’s only requirement is that one member of the band must be a student at Penn State. Of course, if you’re a solo act, that’s gotta be you.

The winner of the Battle of the Bands will get to perform at Movin’ On this April. This spring will be the festival’s return to an in-person festival after two years due to COVID-19. Winners of Battle of the Bands have gone on to open for big musical acts, such as Fall Out Boy, Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Ferg, Flo Rida, and more.

The competition itself will take place Sunday, April 10, at Alumni Hall in the HUB.

The application is open until Monday, January 31.

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