After covering two days last year, NEPA Scene returned to tackle all three days of the 2017 XPoNential Music Festival in Camden, New Jersey just outside of Philadelphia, home of award-winning radio station WXPN 88.5 FM, the curators of the festival.
From Friday, July 28 through Sunday, July 30, the family-friendly event was held for the 13th year outdoors at Wiggins Park and the fifth year indoors at the adjacent BB&T Pavilion, featuring new and popular returning acts. Over 25,000 music fans attend XPN Fest annually to see indie, folk, blues, and soul rock headliners as well as new and notable bands heard on the member-supported University of Pennsylvania radio station and its highly recommended website The Key, which supports local music in the Philly area every day.
On Day 3, we photographed Hardwork Movement, Sweet Spirit, Adia Victoria, David Bromberg Quintet, Joseph, Hurray for the Riff Raff, The Dream Syndicate, The Record Company, Davy Knowles, and Drive-By Truckers, along with some posed and candid moments taken throughout the weekend. See the photos from Friday here and Saturday here.
David Bromberg Quintet
Hurray for the Riff Raf
The Record Company
Miscellaneous festival fun
by Keith Perks
Keith is an artist, photographer, and writer. He loves diners, dive bars, Southern culture, anything Irish, and vintage America. He knows Cytoxan kicks in after about eight hours and he once helped save a green pig.