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SPA Adds The Aces To Movin’ On 2022’s Lineup

The Aces have joined the Movin’ On 2022 lineup, the festival announced on Friday.

The alternative pop band will perform at Movin’ On alongside headliners Jack Harlow, Aminé, and Fitz & The Tantrums, plus Battle of the Bands winner Women’s National Hockey League, on April 29. The Aces’ performance is presented by Penn State’s Student Programming Association (SPA).

Hailing from Provo, Utah, The Aces are perhaps best known for songs like “Daydream” and “Waiting for You”. With nearly a million monthly listeners on Spotify, The Aces will stop in Happy Valley before heading out on tour in support of fellow alternative pop band Why Don’t We? in June.

Movin’ On will return to the IM Fields on the last day of classes on Friday, April 29, 2022. The annual end-of-semester musical festival is free for students and funded by their student-initiated fee.

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