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The last week of lessons is coming to an end. That means tomorrow, April 29, students will head to IM Fields for one last campus-wide music festival to celebrate the end of the semester.

Movin’ On will be returning to IM Fields for the first time since 2019. Most students have never experienced the annual end-of-year music festival, and for seniors, this is their second (and last) chance to see it in person. Having said that, we could all use a little refresher or insight into exactly what Movin’ On entails.


Movin’ On will take place at IM Fields, which is located directly across from East Halls at the northeastern end of the campus. Blinking lights, rumbling bass, and fine tunes will most likely get you there. Gates open at 3:30pm and the party ends at 10:30pm

The concert is open to everyone, but those under 18 must be accompanied by a guardian. Attendees must have student ID cards or government-issued ID cards to participate in the festival. Only clear handbags (12 x 12 x 6 inches), zip-top plastic bags (11 x 11 x 0 inches), and purses or clutches (6.5 x 4.5 inches) are permitted. Bags such as backpacks, large handbags, and fanny packs are not permitted.

Students are also allowed to bring an empty reusable water bottle to use at the refillable water bottle stations. Most importantly, admission is free thanks to the student-initiated fee in Pennsylvania.


Parking will be available for $10 at the Curtin Road Stadium West car park. You can also park for $1 an hour at the East Parking Deck. Prepaid parking will not be available.

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Women’s National Hockey League

Women’s National Hockey League Things will start for the music festival. ‘Post-Mother of Rock’ earned their spot with annual Movin’ On . win gang battle.


After the Women’s National Hockey League, the Aces will take the stage. The Utah-based band Provo is known for songs like “Daydream” and “Waiting for You”.

muffin on announce alternative pop group as a surprise addition to the lineup earlier this month. The ace will stop in Happy Valley before heading out on tour in support of fellow alternative pop group “Why Not?” in June.

Fitz and tantrums

The Fitz & The Tantrums, an indie pop band based in Los Angeles, is known for songs like “Handclap” and “Out Of My League.” The Fitz & The Tantrums album, “MORE THAN JUST A DREAM” put the group on the charts. So far, the band has reached 6.9 million monthly listeners on Spotify.


Hailing from Portland, Oregon, Amina is a rapper and songwriter who gained fame for his commercial debut single “Caroline”, which climbed to number 11 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. He released two studio albums: “Good For You” in 2017 and “Limbo” in 2020.

Listeners may know him better from the hit songs “REEL IT IN,” “Spice Girl,” or “Heebiejeebies.” Nearly 9.3 million people check out his music on Spotify every month.

Jack Harlow

Finally, Jack Harlow will close the night. Harlow, a rapper originally from Louisville, Kentucky, went viral when his song, “WHATS POPPIN,” went viral on TikTok. Harlow has since produced two albums – “That’s What They All Say” in 2020 and “Come Home, The Kids Miss You”, which will be released on May 6.

In July 2021, Harlow appeared on the Lil Nas X track, “Industry Baby”, while also releasing his new single, “Nail Tech”, in February 2022. He debuted his single, “First Class” in April 2022. He is currently attracting Over 41.2 million monthly listeners on Spotify.

More information about the festival’s logistics can be found at Movin’ On.

McKenzie is an English major and an associate editor at Onward State. She’s from Minersville, Pennsylvania, and always tries to explain exactly where she is. Send all greetings to [email protected] or @MackenzieC__ on Twitter.

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