Friday afternoon, students will gather at the Blue Band Field for Movin’ On, Penn State’s Annual Music Festival. Here’s what you need to know for Friday:

What is Movin’ On?

Let’s start  with the basics. Movin’ On is Penn State’s Annual student-run music festival. This year’s performers include Zach Wade & The Good Grief, Love & Theft, Clean Bandit, D.R.A.M., All Time Low, and Two Door Cinema Club.

Where is the festival held?

The location of the concert is on the Park Avenue Intramural Fields, across the street from East Halls and near the Katz Law Building.

Is Movin’ On free?

Yup! Just bring a friend and enjoy the show.

What time does Movin’ On Start?

Here’s the rundown of performance times:

  • 3:30 p.m. – Zach Wade & The Good Grief (Side Stage)
  • 4:15 p.m. – Love & Theft (Side Stage)
  • 5:15 p.m.  – Clean Bandit (Main Stage)
  • 6:30 p.m. – D.R.A.M. (Main Stage)
  • 8:00 p.m. – All Time Low (Main Stage)
  • 9:30 p.m. – Two Door Cinema Club (Main Stage)

What else will be these besides the music?

I’m glad you asked. The festival will also include an Art Wall, sponsored by ARHS, where students can sign their names or make cool designs. There will also be merchandise available to purchase for performers, face paint and air brush tattoo’s and photo booths from the Student Programming Association, inflatables sponsored by the University Park Undergraduate Association, and tents from brands like Pepsi, Starbucks, and more!

Food?

Of course. Snyder’s Concessions will have food trucks to purchase things like funnel cake, french fries, Mexican food and more!

So what’s NOT allowed?

As always, rules and regulations are important. According to the Movin’ On Site, “Movin’ On is a 100% substance-free event, for Penn State students ages 18+.”

Things that are prohibited include:

  • No Alcohol
  • No Weapons
  • No Smoking
  • No Tailgating
  • No Camping
  • No Coolers
  • No Lawn Chairs
  • No Noisemakers
  • No Laser Pointers
  • No Video Recording Equipment
  • No Pets
  • No Umbrellas
  • No Balls/Projectiles

This all sounds good. But can I visually see what’s going on?

Of course. Check out this handy map via Movin’ On.

via Movin’ On