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Movin’ On’s Battle Of The Bands Returns April 4

Penn State’s annual Movin’ On music festival will return this spring at the IM fields, and one lucky band or solo artist will have the chance to open for the end-of-semester event.

Each year, Movin’ On hosts a Battle of the Bands, aptly named “Battle,” where students can compete for an opening slot at the music festival. Battle will begin at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4, at Alumni Hall in the HUB. Doors open at 5 p.m.

This year, bands and solo performers were eligible to compete, and one member was required to be a Penn State student. Competitors include Forrester Grey, Mellow Honey, Alvarius, Sunday Antiques, Joe Downs, Queen of Peace, and Valendina.

Jack Harlow headlined for Movin’ On 2022 and was joined by Fitz & The Tantrums, Aminé, and The Aces. Women’s National Hockey League won the 2022 Battle of the Bands and opened for these performers.

Movin’ On 2023 is slated for Friday, April 28, which is the last day of classes. Headliners for the event are not yet released.

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