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Friday, 10 August 2012 13:28

XPoNential Music Festival 2012 - Friday Lineup

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Gates at Wiggins Park open at 5pm on Friday, July 20, 2012!

 

Camden Area

Wyndham Mt. Laurel
1111 Route 73 North
Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054
856-234-7000

Greenwood Inn
4457 Marlton Pike
Pennsauken, NJ 08109
(856) 663-9868
4.4 mi

Crowne Plaza Hotel
2349 W Marlton Pike
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
(856) 665-6666
4.7 mi

Days Inn
525 Route 38 East
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
(856) 663-0100
4.6 mi

Knights Inn
1104 Route 73
Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054
(856)778-3500
10 mi.

America's Best Value Inn
2389 Marlton Pike W (Route 70 W
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
(856) 317-1900
4.2 mi

Inn of the Dove
725 Cuthbert Blvd
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
(856) 488-2323
5.0 mi

Philadelphia

Best Western Independence Park Inn
235 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-998-6000

Comfort Inn Downtown
100 N. Columbus Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-627-7900

Hyatt Regency Philadelphia
at Penn's Landing

201 S Columbus Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 928-1234
5.3 mi

Omni Hotel Independence Park
401 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-925-0000

Sheraton Society Hill Hotel
1 Dock Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-238-6000

Penn's View Hotel
14 N Front St
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 922-7600
3.5 mi

Thomas Bond House
129 South 2nd Street
Philadelphia, PA 191406
215-923-8523

Location

The festival is located at Wiggins Park in Camden, NJ, directly across the Delaware River from downtown Philadelphia, at the intersection of Mickle Blvd. & Riverside Drive. Wiggins Park is in between the Battleship New Jersey and the Adventure Aquarium along the Camden Waterfront. Please visit the Camden Waterfront website for more information.

Gates open at 5pm on Friday, July 20, and 11:30am on Saturday, July 21 and Sunday, July 22!

By Train

PATCO High Speedline

RidePATCO.org, (856) 772-6900

Take the Speedline to the Broadway station/Walter Rand Transportation Center. Board New Jersey Transit's River LINE at the Rand Transportation Center and take it to the Aquarium station (Delaware Avenue at Federal Street). Walk down Riverside Drive past the Aquarium and to Wiggins Park.

New Jersey Transit River Line

1-800-626-RIDE

Take the River LINE to the Aquarium station (Delaware Avenue at Federal Street). Walk down Riverside Drive past the Aquarium and to Wiggins Park. Be sure to check out the River LINE schedule at New Jersey Tranist.

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By Bus

New Jersey Transit Bus Service

www.njtransit.com, 1-800-626-RIDE

Take the route 452, 453 or 457 bus to the Adventure Aquarium. Walk down Riverside Drive past the Aquarium and to Wiggins Park.

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By SEPTA

www.septa.org, 215-580-7800

By Subway

Via Market Frankford Elevated (The"El" or "Blue Line")
Take the El to the 8th & Market station. Follows sign to the PATCO High Speedline. Take the Speedline east into New Jersey to the Broadway station/Walter Rand Transportation Center. Board New Jersey Transit's River LINE at the Rand Transportation Center and take it to the Aquarium station (Delaware Avenue at Federal Street). Walk down Riverside Drive past the Aquarium and to Wiggins Park.

By Regional Rail

Take any regional rail to Market East station. Follow the signs to the PATCO High Speedline. Take the Speedline east into New Jersey to the Broadway station/Walter Rand Transportation Center. Board the River LINE at the Rand Transportation Center. Take the River LINE to the Aquarium station (Delaware Avenue at Federal Street). Walk down Riverside Drive past the Aquarium and to Wiggins Park.

By Bus to the Riverlink Ferry

Take the Route 17, 21 33, 42 or 48 bus to Penn's Landing. Take the Riverlink Ferry across the Delaware River to the Camden Waterfront. When you leave the ferry the festival entrance will be to your right.

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By AMTRAK

www.amtrak.com, 1-800-USA-RAIL

Take Amtrak to Philadelphia 30th Street Station. Take the SEPTA Market-Frankford Elevated (the "El" or "Blue Line" ) east to 8th & Market in Philadelphia. Follows sign to the PATCO High Speedline. Take the Speedline east into New Jersey to the Broadway station/Walter Rand Transportation Center. Board the River LINE at the Rand Transportation Center. Take the River LINE to the Aquarium station (Delaware Avenue at Federal Street). Walk down Riverside Drive past the Aquarium and to Wiggins Park.

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By Riverlink Ferry

www.riverlinkferry.org, (215) 925-LINK

The Riverlink Ferry terminal is located at Penn's Landing, outside the Independence Seaport Museum just past the Hyatt Regency Hotel. From Philadelphia, take the Riverlink Ferry across the Delaware River to the Camden Waterfront. When you leave the ferry the festival entrance will be to your right.

Please note: If the Ferry Link entrance at Chestnut St. is locked, please proceed one block south to the Walnut St. entrance.

Please visit the Riverlink Ferry website for schedule, pricing and parking info.

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By Car

From Philadelphia:

Follow signs for the Ben Franklin Bridge from I-95, I-76 (Schuylkill Expressway) or I-676 (Vine Street Expressway). After exiting the bridge tolls in Camden, stay to the right and follow signs to I-676. Take I-676 to Exit 5A (Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard). Take Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard and follow the signs to the Camden Waterfront.

From Delaware and Maryland:

Follow I-95 North across the Delaware Memorial Bridge. Follow the signs for I-295 North/New Jersey Turnpike/Delaware Memorial Bridge/NJ-NY. Take I-295 North to Route 42 North to I-676 North. Take Exit 5A (Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard). Take Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard and follow the signs to the Camden Waterfront.

From Other Pennsylvania Locations:

Interstate 95: From Points South

Follow I-95 North towards Philadelphia then follow signs for I-676 East and the Benjamin Franklin Bridge/Camden. Take the Ben Franklin Bridge into New Jersey. After exiting the bridge tolls in Camden, stay to the right and follow signs to I-676 and take Exit 5A (Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard). Take Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard and follow the signs to the Camden Waterfront.

Interstate 95: From points North

Follow I-95 South towards Philadelphia and use exit for Historic Area. (Second and Callowhill Streets); follow Callowhill Street to Sixth Street and from there follow signs for Ben Franklin Bridge/Camden. Take the Ben Franklin Bridge into New Jersey. After exiting the bridge tolls in Camden, stay to the right and follow signs to I-676 and take Exit 5A (Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard). Take Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard and follow the signs to the Camden Waterfront.

From Harrisburg:

Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike east to Exit 326 (Valley Forge). Follow signs for I-76 East (Schuylkill Expressway) towards Philadelphia. Follow I-76 to I-676 (Vine Expressway). Merge onto Vine St. Expressway/I-676 East/US-30 East via Exit 344 on the left toward Central Philadelphia. Take the exit toward I-676 East/US-30 East/Ben Franklin Bridge. Follow signs onto the Ben Franklin Bridge. Take the Ben Franklin Bridge into New Jersey. After exiting the bridge tolls in Camden, stay to the right and follow signs to I-676 and take Exit 5A (Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard). Take Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard and follow the signs to the Camden Waterfront.

From the Lehigh Valley:

Take the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike south until reaching the end of the Northeast Extension. Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike West to Exit 326 (Valley Forge). Follow signs for I-76 East (Schuylkill Expressway) towards Philadelphia. Follow I-76 to I-676 (Vine Expressway). Merge onto I-676 (Vine Street Expressway) via Exit 344 on the left towards Central Philadelphia. Take the exit toward I-676 East/US-30 East/Ben Franklin Bridge. Follow signs onto the Ben Franklin Bridge. Take the Ben Franklin Bridge into New Jersey. After exiting the bridge tolls in Camden, stay to the right and follow signs to I-676 and take Exit 5A (Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard). Take Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard and follow the signs to the Camden Waterfront.

From New Jersey:

From the New Jersey Turnpike:

Take Exit 4 of the New Jersey Turnpike and exit onto Route 73 North. Drive 1/2 mile to Route 295 South exit. Take Route 295 South. Take Exit 26 for Camden/Philadelphia/I-676. Take I-676 to Exit 5A (Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard). Take Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard and follow the signs to the Camden Waterfront.

From Interstate 295 South
(Trenton-Bellmawr Section of the Roadway):

Take Route 295 South to Exit 26 for Camden/Philadelphia/I-676. Take I-676 to Exit 5A (Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard). Take Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard and follow the signs to the Camden Waterfront.

From Interstate 295 North
(Delaware-Bellmawr Section of the Roadway):

Take I-295 North and follow the signs for Local I-76. Merge onto Local I-76 and follow signs for I-76/I-676/Route 130. I-76 turns into I-676. Take I-676 to Exit 5A (Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard). Take Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard and follow the signs to the Camden Waterfront.

From Interstate 676:

Take I-676 to Exit 5A (Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard). Take Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard and follow the signs to the Camden Waterfront.

From the Atlantic City Expressway:

Follow Route 42 North to I-76 Local West to I-676 North. Take I-676 to Exit 5A (Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard). Take Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard and follow the signs to the Camden Waterfront.

From the Garden State Parkway:

Take the Garden State Parkway to the Atlantic City Expressway. Follow Route 42 North to I-76 Local West to I-676 North. Take I-676 to Exit 5A (Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard). Take Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard and follow the signs to the Camden Waterfront.

From Central Jersey:

Take Interstate I-95 West and then go south on the New Jersey Turnpike. Take Exit 4 of the NJ Turnpike and exit onto Route 73 North. Drive 1/2 mile to Route 295 South Exit. Take Route 295 South. Take Exit 26 for Camden/Philadelphia/I-676. Take I-76 Local West to I-676 to Exit 5A (Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard). Take Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard and follow the signs to the Camden Waterfront.

From North Jersey:

Take the New Jersey Turnpike South to Exit 4. Take Exit 4 of the NJ Turnpike and exit onto Route 73 North. Drive 1/2 mile to Route 295 South exit. Take Route 295 South. Take Exit 26 for Camden/Philadelphia/I-676. Take I-76 Local West to I-676. Take I-676 to Exit 5A (Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard). Take Mickle Boulevard/Martin Luther King Boulevard and follow the signs to the Camden Waterfront.

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Parking

Parking is available at daily rates set by the lot operators. Since there are concerts at the Susquehanna Bank Center, please make plans to arrive early on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to ensure parking if you plan to drive to the Festival.

The Festival gates open at 5pm on Friday, and 11:30am on Saturday and Sunday.

 

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By Bike

Help the earth stay green. Save your green by biking to the festival.

Bike racks are available outside the festival, to provide a safe place for cyclists to store their equipment. While the Walt Whitman Bridge does not offer a bike path, you can use the North Walkway on the Benjamin Franklin Bridge.

The PATCO line, RiverLink Ferry, NJ Transit River Line, and Septa may allow cyclists to bring their bikes on board. If you choose to take Septa, keep a few things in mind and verify SEPTA regulations, please. Cyclists under age 14 must be accompanied by an adult. Bikes must remain on the rack outside the bus and are only permitted during off-peak hours. Groups of cyclists traveling on the Regional Rail must notify rail transportation at least 5 days in advance.

Before you head out, be sure to check out the complete guidelines:

Ben Franklin Bridge Walkway Information

Biking in NJ, Trains, etc.
PATCO
The RiverLink Ferry
NJ Transit River Line
SEPTA

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Friday, 10 August 2012 13:22

XPoNential Music Festival 2012 - Lineup

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Friday, 10 August 2012 13:21

XPoNential Music Festival 2012 - Partners

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Learn About the Festival's Sponsors

Learn more about the businesses that support WXPN by clicking on the links below. For information about how your company can support WXPN please e-mail businesssupport@xpn.org.

Presenting Sponsors

Subaru

Subaru, Overall Presenting Sponsor

Camden County Board of Freeholders

River Stage Presented by
Camden County Board of Freeholders

Stop by and pick up your copy of this year's Park Events guide and Summer Concert schedule, along with other information about Camden County services.

Jersey Arts

Marina Stage Presented by
Jersey Arts.com

Are you a Jersey Arts Member? Stop by our booth this weekend and sign-up to start receiving discounts at over 100 theaters, museums and arts centers plus enter our grand prize drawing for a Weekend Getaway in Asbury Park. Explore your passion online at JerseyArts.com anytime for arts listings, to read our Culture Vultures Blog, and listen to in-depth interviews on the Jersey Arts Podcast.

National Lands Trust

Village Green Presented by Natural Lands Trust

The region's largest land conservation organization, preserving thousands of acres of open space each year. Stop by our tent in the Village Green to learn more about exploring our nature preserves!

Unique Heating and Cooling

Unique Heating and Cooling

Unique Indoor Comfort is a fourth-generation heating and air-conditioning company that employs a whole-house approach to indoor comfort integrating the heating, air conditioning, and geothermal systems with the home envelope and delivery systems. Our reputation for superior service and quality craftsmanship has been constructed from decades of treating customers on their terms in providing service with solutions.

Partners

Xfinity

Xfinity

More of what you want, the way you want it thanks to an all-new, all-digital platform. Welcome to XFINITY.
Xfinity.com

Flying Fish Brewing Company

Flying Fish Brewing Company

Locally based Flying Fish Brewing Company will again be serving a selection of its beers during the festival. So whether you like highly quenching summer ales or hoppier IPAs, we've got it covered.
flyingfish.com

Dos Equis Lager Especial

Dos Equis Lager Especial

The Most Interesting beer is coming to this year’s festival! Dos Equis Lager is crisp, golden lager from Mexico that has the perfect balance of flavor and refreshment that’s perfect for any outdoor event.
dosequis.com

Newcastle Brown Ale

Newcastle Brown Ale

This year’s festival will feature Newcastle’s flagship brand, Newcastle Brown Ale. Fewer hops and a blend of light and dark malts create the unique flavor of Newcastle Brown Ale. Caramel and nutty flavors alternate to produce a slightly sweet and smooth sensation that is superbly satisfying – No Bollocks.
newcastlebrown.com

Zeiglers

Zeigler's Juices

Shop your local produce department for the greatest apple cider and refreshing lemonades and teas. LIKE us for recipe ideas and community events. facebook.com/drinkzeiglers
Zeiglers.com

Fuze Beverages

Fuze Beverage

FUZE is a great-tasting line of fruit flavored beverages that blend fruit flavors and some helpful nutrients for a reinvented beverage experience. FUZE offers 10 fruit flavored varieties and for those seeking a great-tasting low calorie beverage option, FUZE Slenderize is available. More details can be found at:
facebook.com/FuzeBeverage

Camden Children's Garden

Camden Children's Garden

Come outside and play with us!
camdenchildrensgarden.org

Sponsors

Whole Foods

Whole Foods

Whole Foods Market is proud to support our local arts & music community. Please visit our tent for wholesome snacks and coupons from our area stores!
wholefoodsmarket.com

Live Nation

Live Nation

Find concert tickets, tour dates, seating charts and show information on the world's largest concert search engine.
livenation.com

Historic Kennett Square

Historic Kennett Square

Experience and discover unique shops and galleries, gourmet restaurants, Farmers Market, and live music; it's small town America at its best.
HistoricKennettSquare.com

AEG Live

AEG Live

Events, Artists, Festivals.
aeglive.com

Auburn Road Vineyards

Auburn Road Vineyard & Winery

Auburn Road Vineyards pours free tastings of its award-winning Garden State wines in the WXPN Member Area all weekend! Plus invites you to ask about and visit The Enoteca - their beautiful South Jersey vineyard wine bar.
auburnroadvineyards.com

World Cafe Live

World Cafe Live

Two premiere listening spaces, Philadelphia & World Cafe Live at the Queen in Wilmington DE, both designed to optimize the live performance experience, from sight lines to lighting and acoustics. Visit our tent for info on upcoming events, ticket giveaways and more!
worldcafelive.com

Helium Comedy Club

Helium Comedy Club

Helium Comedy Club is a state of the art venue that brings great talent to an intimate theater. For a modest ticket price, one can enjoy live comedy from a national headliner. Patrons can enjoy a mix of high-quality appetizers, mouth-watering desserts and two full service bars.
heliumcomedy.com

Larry Magid Entertainment

Concerts and Events Promoter, and author of My Soul's Been Psychedelicized: Electric Factory: Four Decades in Posters and Photographs.

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Note: *ONLY THE 3-DAY FESTIVAL PASS INCLUDES LAWN ADMISSION TO THE SHOWS AT SUSQUEHANNA BANK CENTER (SBC) ON Saturday, July 21 AND Sunday, July 22. Individual lawn seat tickets for the July 21 show at Susquehanna Bank Center featuring WILCO, The AVETT BROTHERS, DR. DOG are available here.


Gates at Wiggins Park open at 11:30am on Saturday, July 21, 2012!

 

Friday, 10 August 2012 13:12

XPoNential Music Festival 2012 - Sunday Lineup

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Note: *ONLY THE 3-DAY PASS INCLUDES LAWN ADMISSION TO THE SHOWS AT SUSQUEHANNA BANK CENTER ON 7/21 AND 7/22. Individual lawn seat tickets for WILCO, The AVETT BROTHERS, DR. DOG are available here.


Gates at Wiggins Park open at 11:30am on Sunday, July 22, 2012!

 

Friday, 10 August 2012 13:11

XPoNential Music Festival 2012 - Village Green

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Learn About Village Green Sponsors

Learn more about the businesses that support WXPN by clicking on the links below. For information about how your company can support WXPN please e-mail businesssupport@xpn.org.


natural lands Trust

Presented by Natural Lands Trust

Natural Lands Trust is the region’s largest land conservation organization and is dedicated to protecting the forests, fields, streams, and wetlands that are essential to the sustainability of life in eastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey. Natural Lands Trust owns and manages 40 nature preserves totaling more than 21,000 acres, and has saved 100,000 acres of land in its 60-year history. For more information, including upcoming events and preserves to visit, go to:
natlands.org

Ten Thousand Villages

Ten Thousand Villages - A Fair Trade Retailer

Ten Thousand Villages works with artisans around the globe to bring extraordinary gifts, home décor and personal accessories to retail stores in Philadelphia and across the country. Artisans use traditional skills to create products while earning an income that empowers them to improve their lives. And since our products are crafted using sustainable, natural and recycled materials, your purchase at Ten Thousand Villages is both beautiful and ethical. Stop by our booth to learn more and sign up to receive special offers.
tenthousandvillages.com

Wave Home Solutions

Wave Home Solutions

WAVE of DelVal is proud to offer superior technologies that solve the everyday problems of air and water quality issues. The advanced solutions will transform the indoor environment into a healthy, comfortable and sustainable home. They are environmentally friendly, energy saving, affordable and maintenance free with extended warranties and performance guaranteed. Your family's well being is our mission.
wavehomesolutions.com

Wave Home Solutions

Sustainable Business Network

The Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia strives to challenge and support the business community to build profitable enterprises that serve community needs, share wealth, and protect the environment. We accomplish this by educating and growing a broad base of local, independent businesses and educating policymakers and the public.
sbnphiladelphia.org

Hipcycle

Hipcycle

Hipcycle offers attractive, stylish and durable upcycled products for you and your home. Upcycling is the process of taking materials that would otherwise be headed to the landfill and turning them into new, useful, and fantastic items. Learn more and do a little eco-shopping at hipcycle.com.

Eckenhoff Motorcycles

Eckenhoff Motorcycles of Cherry Hill

The Eckenhoff family is proud to be the area dealer for ZERO Motorcycles. Zero Motorcycles offers several models of electric motorcycles that are absolutely environmentally friendly. ZERO oil, ZERO gas, ZERO emissions. The true plug and play motorcycle is right here today.
eckenhoff.com

Swarthmore Food Co-op

Swarthmore Co-op

Beyond being a grocery store, the Swarthmore Co-op is also a community-minded outreach center. Focusing on local, organic and sustainable foods and lifestyles is its goal. Anyone can shop at the Swarthmore Co-op, Members and Non-members alike. If you’ve never shopped at the Swarthmore Co-op, or haven’t in a while, maybe it’s time to make a fresh discovery
swarthmore.coop/

Thursday, 09 August 2012 11:02

XPoNential Music Festival 2012 Artist

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Tuesday, 27 March 2012 01:00

XPoNential Music Festival 2012 - FAQs

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XPoNential Music Festival 2012 FAQS

XPoNential Music Festival 2012 Presented by Subaru
July 20 - 22, 2012

WXPN and Susquehanna Bank Center
Team Up for the 2012 XPoNential Music Festival Presented by Subaru
Frequently Asked Questions

The Press Announcement can be Found Here

What is the connection between the Wilco/The Avett Brothers/Dr. Dog show and the XPoNential Music Festival?
The XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru, now in its 8th year at Wiggins Park on the Camden Waterfront, regularly features an eclectic lineup of established stars and emerging artists on two stages over three days. This year, we’re excited to expand our festival grounds into the Susquehanna Bank Center as part of the festival on Saturday, July 21 for all of our 3-Day Pass holders. Every 3-Day Pass to the XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru includes one lawn seat admission to the Wilco/The Avett Brothers/Dr. Dog show on Saturday, July 21 at Susquehanna Bank Center.

If I purchase a ticket to the Wilco/The Avett Brothers/Dr. Dog show, can I get into the XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru?
No. For admission to the Festival, you must purchase either a 3-Day Pass that includes lawn seat admission to the Wilco/The Avett Brothers/Dr. Dog show or purchase a Saturday ticket to the Festival. Single day tickets do not include admission to the SBC show.

When do tickets go on sale for the Wilco/The Avett Brothers/Dr. Dog show and how do I get them?
For reserved tickets: Beginning at 10am on March 31st, reserved tickets only will be available at Ticketmaster.com. XPN listeners will be able to purchase tickets starting March 29 through a special presale link at XPN.org.

For lawn seats: Lawn seat admission will included with the purchase of a 3-Day Pass to the XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru starting May 1st at XPN.org. Lawn seat tickets may be purchased individually through Ticketmaster.com but do NOT include admission to the XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru.

What if I want to buy reserved (seated) tickets for Wilco/The Avett Brothers/Dr. Dog at the Susquehanna Bank Center, but also want to come to the XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru at Wiggins Park on Saturday?
You will need to purchase reserved tickets to the Wilco/The Avett Brothers/Dr. Dog show through Ticketmaster.com (available through presale link at XPN.org starting March 29). For Festival admission, you will also need to purchase either a 3-Day Festival Pass or a Saturday ticket to the XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru once they become available at XPN.org on May 1st.

What time does the show start at the Susquehanna Bank Center? I don’t want to miss any of the XPN Festival.
Dr. Dog will take the stage at SBC starting at 7:15pm. The last act on the Festival River Stage will end at 6:45pm. Festival goers will use a special entrance to move from the Festival site to SBC at 6:45pm.

If I buy a Saturday ticket to the XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru, will my ticket allow me to get in to the Wilco/The Avett Brothers/Dr. Dog show at Susquehanna Bank Center?
If you purchase a Saturday ticket to the XPoNenetial Music Festival presented by Subaru, you must purchase a separate ticket (lawn or reserved) for the Wilco/The Avett Brothers/Dr. Dog show through Ticketmaster . Only 3-Day Passes for the XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru include admission to the show.

If I purchase a lawn seat ticket for the Wilco/The Avett Brothers/Dr. Dog show at Susquehanna Bank and later decide to get a 3-Day Pass to the XPoNential Music Festival, can I get a refund on my lawn seat ticket or a discount on my 3-Day Festival Pass?
No. Tickets to the Wilco/The Avett Brothers/Dr. Dog show are non-refundable and cannot be applied as credit toward the purchase of a 3-Day Pass to the XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru.

What are the ticket prices for the Wilco/The Avett Brothers/Dr. Dog show at Susquehanna Bank Center?
Reserved tickets are $55 and are available through Ticketmaster.com. Lawn seat admission to the show at Susquehanna Bank Center is included with a 3-Day Pass to the XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru, and may be purchased starting May 1 at XPN.org (see pricing below). Lawn seat tickets will also be available for purchase separately for $35 through Ticketmaster.com.

What are the ticket prices for the XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru at Wiggins Park?
XPN MEMBER Prices:
3-Day Pass: $45 (before 7/9) | $55 (after 7/9)
Daily Ticket: $18 (before 7/9) | $25 (after 7/9)

GENERAL PUBLIC Prices:
3-Day Pass: $90 (before 7/9) | $110 (after 7/9)
Daily Ticket: $36 (before 7/9) | $50 (after 7/9)

Child (ages 2-12): $5 at all times

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