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Since we made this announcement back in November, a lot has happened. We changed our name. We moved to Nashville. And yes, we’ve met tons of incredible creatives of all disciplines in our travels.
Through it all, we’ve never forgotten where we came from. This past weekend, we had a chance to go back.See the Photos
For those who may have missed the memo on Facebook… we’re not in Nashville this weekend. In fact, we’re back home, where this all started in Bethlehem, PA.
This is where Musikfest — the nation’s largest free outdoor music festival — is currently taking place. Back in the day — like, a year ago, even — we’d be all over this thing. All day. Every day. For 10 days every August, nobody played harder in the paint than us. Don’t even @ me, bruh. But if you do @ me, do it with style!
Granted, 800+ miles worth of distance has made doing that a little bit harder this year. But, when in Rome, we will do as the Romans used to do. Or, something like that.
That includes mapping out where you need to be today, if you’re in the same vicinity as us and want to hear some brilliant artists for the price of Free.99. Also, because it’s good to be back, we’re going to focus this solely on artists from the region we call home, to give you just a taste of the Keystone State’s best.
Let’s kick it old school with a…
Musikfest Five-Point Preview: Saturday, August 10See the Hot Spots
Iconic guitar maker Martin Guitar is partnering with ArtsQuest to bring a taste of the Martin Jam Stage at Musikfest to SteelStacks this fall.
We have a few more parting shots of Musikfest 2018 from LVU Contributor Wilson Anacleto!
On the first Saturday of Musikfest, one of our own locals had the chance to enjoy the festival’s biggest stage.
We told you we had more Musikfest shots from local photographer Wilson Anacleto, and we’re keeping our promise!
There are still plenty of looks we have to show you from around Musikfest before closing the book on this year’s festival for good.
On Sunday night, crowds flocked to both sides of the Lehigh River in Bethlehem to say goodbye to the 35th annual Musikfest in style.
We told you not to worry about the rain and, for the most part, we were rewarded for our faith in the inaccuracy of weather forecasters everywhere.