Resonance Music And Arts Festival Adds To An Already Stacked Lineup

Resonance Music and Arts Festival, presented by Papadosio, held on September 19-22 at Coopers Lake Campground in Western PA, has added to the already stacked 2019 festival lineup. Earlier this month, Resonance leaked teasers of artist additions across their social media platforms, and the official announcement has been well received by fans. The original artist leaks included progressive rock band Umphrey’s McGee, Vermont jam-rockers Twiddle, high-energy psychedelicfunk group Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, dynamic improvisational outfit Dopapod, and instrumental rock fusion quartet TAUK. Now the sixth annual event has welcomed EOTO (two sets), Desert Dwellers, Andy Frasco & The U.N., BIG Something, Sunsquabi (two sets), Chris Karns, and many more.

Progressive-rock and electro-synth quintet, Papadosio, are excited to present the sixth annual Resonance Music & Arts Festival, partnering with
Mammoth Music Group and Essential Productions. Best known for their energetic live performances filled with improvisational skills, and
intricate visual production, Papadosio is looking forward to this year’s event. “The excitement is palpable for what will be the best Resonance
festival yet,” says Anthony Thogmartin of Papadosio (guitar, synth, vocals). “We’ve got a whopping four sets of sound and sight for you, including a bunch of new music, and even a Gorillaz tribute set! This is the one ‘must not miss’ Papadosio event of the year.”

Weekend passes are on sale now. All general admission weekend passes include entry Thursday, September 19 through Sunday, September 22 with options to upgrade to the “early entry” pass, allowing guests an early arrival on Wednesday. All VIP ticket packages include: early access, preferred camping, complimentary tea and coffee, premium bathrooms, a VIP lounge and viewing area, pancake breakfast with artist meet and greet, official Resonance swag-bags, exclusive VIP performances and more.

For more information on Resonance Festival, visit the festival’s website.

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