Your Arts Fest Season Playlist

Folks, it’s Arts Fest 2024 week!

As life begins to return to the State College area for the most highly-anticipated events of the summer, well, we need a playlist.

If you’re headed up to support some of the local artists and take part in the festivities in Happy Valley this week— great! If you’re staying at home, that works too. Either way, we put together a playlist to help capture the ~excitement~ in the air and get you ready to enjoy everything Arts Fest has to offer.

Featuring songs like “S.O.S. (Sawed Off Shotgun)” by The Glorious Sons to “Animal” by Neon Trees, this playlist brings together indie rock, country pop, and a little bit of everything else to help celebrate the arrival of Arts Fest 2024.

Make sure to go out and enjoy Arts Fest, Penn State. Remember your sunscreen and wallets, because you never know when you might need some overpriced artisanal piece.

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About the Author

Luke Pieczynski

Luke is a junior accounting major hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, and is Onward State's social media manager. He can often be found sipping on a cold brew or skipping through his Spotify playlist to find a song that's just right. Please send your best take on why VLOOKUP is better than INDEX and MATCH to his Twitter @lukepie11 or his email [email protected].

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