This year’s XPoNential Music Festival will not be taking place at its usual location in Camden, but will be made up of three days of music on the radio, and online. Throughout the July 24-26 weekend, music from past festivals — as well as new performances created for the occasion by artists who had been scheduled to perform at the Camden event this year — can be heard on Philadelphia radio station WXPN (88.5 FM) or heard and seen at xpnfest.org.
The following artists’ past XPoNential sets can be heard and seen July 24-25 at 3 p.m.:
Full sets, July 24: Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires (2017), Guster (2019), Indigo Girls (2015), Kathleen Edwards (2019)
Two-song sets, July 24: Blind Boys of Alabama (2018), Shawn Colvin & Steve Earle (2016), Caroline Rose (2019), Darlingside (2016), David Wax Museum (2016), Diane Coffee (2016), Femi Kuti & the Positive Force (2016), Foxygen (2017), Hop Along (2015), Joseph (2017), Josh Ritter & The Royal City Band (2018), Low Cut Connie (2018), M.A.K.U. Soundsystem (2018), The Marcus King Band (2016), Mt. Joy (2018), Nilüfer Yanya (2019), OJR (Oliver John-Rodgers) (2016), Preservation Hall Jazz Band (2017), Rhiannon Giddens (2017), Strand of Oaks (2017), The Record Company (2017), The War & Treaty (2019)
Full sets, July 25: Dawes (2019), Hurray for the Riff Raff (2017), Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real (2018), argo Price (2018)
Two-song sets, July 25: Arkells (2017), Bermuda Triangle featuring Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes (2018), Buckwheat Zydeco (2015), Christone “Kingfish” Ingram (2019), Courtney Barnett (2015), Courtney Marie Andrews (2018), Dave Hause & The Mermaid (2017), David Bromberg Quintet (2017), Delta Rae (2015), Drive-By Truckers (2017), Greg Sover (2018), Lord Huron (2015), The McCrary Sisters (2019), Phoebe Bridgers (2018), Queen of Jeans (2016), St. Paul and The Broken Bones (2019), Sweet Spirit (2017), Tank and The Bangas (2018), The Districts (2016), The Suffers (2016)
July 26 at 3 p.m., the following artists will offer exclusive live sets: Liz Phair, Nicole Atkins, Devon Gilfillian, The Districts, Great Time, Illiterate Light and Michaela Anne.
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