Monty “Moe Train” Wiradilaga will once again be the Main Stage Emcee for Oxford, PA’s Connective Art & Music Festival (Presented by Herr’s) and will be introducing Festival headliner, multi-platinum recording artists and four-time Grammy nominees Blind Melon (“No Rain”), children’s favorites Trout Fishing In America, Philly’s Swift Technique, Ali Awan, The National Reserve, and many others!
Check out the festival info below. With tons of great music from all genres, Oxford PA will be the place to be on Saturday, August 3th! The inaugural year was an overwhelming success, and you’d be remiss to not attend Connective 2019!
If you are media or a blogger, email Moe.Train@icloud.com to apply for media passes!
Experience the Connective Art and Music festival Saturday, August 3rd in Downtown Oxford, Pennsylvania. Presenting Blind Melon and family favorite Trout Fishing in America along with a dozen other diverse bands across three stages. Gallery Row and the World Market features over 40 visual artists. There is plenty to do for the whole family, including interactive music and art activities, plus food trucks, craft brews, and local wine. Your $10 ticket includes all festival activities. Kids under 5 are free.
Purchase Tickets Online at: www.connectivefestival.org
Offsite parking and free shuttles will be available throughout the day and night.
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