Yesterday, WXPN’s Mike Vasilikos interviewed 2011 XPoNential Music Festival headliners Citizen Cope as well as Gary Clark Jr. and Joseph Arthur. You can listen to the full interviews by clicking the links below.
Every year at the XPoNential Music Festival we introduce you to some new musicians. This year, one of those artists is Gary Clark, Jr. from Austin, Texas. Clark can sing some sweet R&B but mostly he’s a blistering blues and rock artist at heart. Check out the two videos below that from a live performance he did at Bardot in Hollywood, California. Clark recently signed to Warner Brothers records and he peforms on Friday, July 22nd with the North Mississippi Allstars Duo, Joseph Arthur, Citizen Cope, The Smithereens, and locals Nicos Gun, Johnny Miles and The Waywards. Purchase tickets to the festival here.
Dar Williams, Citizen Cope and Gary Clark Jr. have been added to the lineup for the 2011 XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru.
You can get the full details regarding the festival here.
“WXPN, the nationally-recognized leader in Triple A (Adult Album Alternative) music and a noncommercial radio service of the University of Pennsylvania, today announced that tickets for the XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru are now on sale to the general public. More than 30+ bands will play the weekend festival at Camden County’s Wiggins Park located on the Camden Waterfront, from Friday, July 22nd through Sunday, July 24th.
Early Bird prices for festival tickets will be available from May 16-July 15. Early Bird prices for a daily pass are $15 for WXPN Members and $25 for non-members. Early Bird prices for 3-Day Pass are $35 for WXPN Members and $50 for non-members. Early Bird tickets can be purchased online, by phone (215-222-1400). Starting May 23rd, tickets can also be purchased at select retailers in WXPN’s listening area including the Greater Philadelphia region, Southern N.J. and Central Pa. The full list of retailers can be found online.
Beginning July 15, WXPN Members will pay $20 for a daily pass and $45 for the 3-Day Pass; non-members will pay $30 for a daily pass and $65 for the 3-Day Pass. A children’s ticket (ages 2-12) is available for daily admission for $5. Regular-priced tickets can be purchased online using the print-at-home feature or at the gate.”