Topics

More

Your Arts Fest 2022 Playlists

Nature is healing, folks. Arts Fest is back in State College for the first time in two years for the event’s 56th anniversary.

To celebrate, we’ve come prepared with not one, but two playlists to keep your very long weekend going. Whether you’re back in town to enjoy all of the festivities the celebration has to offer, or you’ve come to daylong, we’ve got a playlist for you.

(Mostly) Every Arts Fest 2022 Musician

If you’re excited about the music, check out this 94-song playlist that features a few tracks from most of this year’s performers. With local favorites like My Hero Zero, OK Otter, and Anchor&Arrow to Celtic jigs, swing, and a cappella quartets, this year’s performers offer something for everyone to enjoy.

Arts Fest(ivities)

If you’re in town for festivities aside from the ones Arts Fest has to offer, allow us to provide some tunes. Featuring summery throwbacks such as “Beast Of Burden” by The Rolling Stones and “Dancing In The Moonlight (It’s Caught Me In It’s Spotlight)” by Thin Lizzy, as well as current hits like “As It Was” by Harry Styles and “Massive” by Drake, this playlist is the perfect mixture of old and new to get you and your friends dancing all weekend long.

Happy listening!

Your ad blocker is on.

Please choose an option below.

Sign up for our e-mail newsletter:
OR
Support quality journalism:
Purchase a Subscription!

About the Author

Anna Wiggins

Anna is a senior (ew) public relations major from Alexandria, Virginia, and is Onward State's social media manager. Anna spends her days contemplating what emoji to use in a tweet and dreaming of Doggie's Pub's hot dogs, in that order. Share your song recommendations with her on Twitter @annaewiggins and send your best gossip to her email, [email protected].

Your Guide To Arts Fest 2024

From entertainment to parking restrictions, we compiled everything you need to know before Arts Fest 2024.

Let Erica Dambach Coach The USMNT: An Open Letter To US Soccer

Jurgen Klopp was never the answer. The 2015 College Cup champion, however, is.

Three Penn State Football Players Ranked In Top 100 Of College Football 25

Abdul Carter, KJ Winston, and Nick Singleton all made the cut.

113kFollowers
164kFollowers
59.8kFollowers
4,570Subscribers
Other posts by Anna

Smile On My Face: Anna Wiggins’ Senior Column

“I’ve thought long and hard about what advice I may wish to pass on and realized that I don’t have anything remarkable or profound to say.”

THONward State’s Top Tweets From THON 2024

Your 2024 Valentine’s Day Playlists