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Movin’ On To Reveal 2022 Lineup On March 23

Movin’ On is back, folks! Penn State’s end-of-year music festival is set to return to the IM Fields in late April for the first time in three years.

To gear up for the event, Movin’ On will officially announce its 2022 lineup at noon on Wednesday, March 23, near the HUB’s “High School Musical” stairs. The organization will host a full release celebration from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. to mark the occasion.

At last year’s virtual Movin’ On festival, rapper Flo Rida served as the headliner alongside featured performances from Pink Sweat$ and FlooringCo. Foster The People, Sasha Sloan, Lil Yachty, and Two Friends were slated to perform in 2020, but their performances were canceled due to COVID-19.

As always, Movin’ On is set to take place on April 29, the last day of classes.

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