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Penn State’s Movin’ On music festival announces MGMT as the Headliner

Posted by Pat Baxter on 12/12 at 01:13 PM

The 2013 Movin’ On CORE Committee announced today that famed psych rock band MGMT will headline the Movin’ On music festival come spring. As announced in Movin’ On’s press release, “MGMT has garnered numerous accolades across the globe, including landing at #18 on Rolling Stone magazine’s Top 100 albums of the decade for their work on their debut album, Oracular Spectacular.”

The rest of the line-up will be announced at a later date. The 2013 Movin’ On festival will take place on April 26th at the IM Field West outside Beaver Stadium at Penn State. Admission is free for both Penn State students and the general public. Visit www.movinon.org, and on Twitter @psumovinon for more information and updates.

{name} Author: Pat Baxter
Bio: A native of Pittsburgh, Pat Baxter is now working for WPSU/Penn State Public Broadcasting in video on-demand and multi-media. He enjoys playing guitar and bass, listening to music and watching films. He likes listening to grunge/alternative rock, experimental and prog rock, and jazz/fusion. His favorite rock bands include the Smashing Pumpkins (1990s era), David Bowie, Talking Heads, King Crimson, Buckethead, Frank Zappa, Mars Volta, David Torn, and the Cure.

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