The Karoondinha Music & Arts Festival will make its debut this summer, bringing headliners including Chance the Rapper, the Roots, John Legend, Paramore and others to Central Pennsylvania for its inaugural run.
Set to take place July 21 to 23 at Penn’s Cave & Wildlife Park in Centre Hall, Pa., Karoondinha offers festivalgoers three days of music, camping, outdoor activities, and art. The festival takes its name from the Seneca Tribe’s name for the area, which organizers say translates to “the land of the shining waters.”
The festival is currently set to feature more than 80 acts, including Young the Giant, Chromeo, Leon Bridges, St. Lucia, The Revivalists, Broods, Little Hurricane, Mavis Staples, Jon Bellion, Mikaela Davis, and more.
Aside from music, Karoondinha attendees can take in daily yoga sessions, art installations, gourmet food vendors, art installations, and all-water cave tours. There will also be a kick-off party July 20, but details have not yet been released.
Tickets are available now, and start at $279 for three-day general admission packages, and $649 for three-day VIP packages. Camping, glamping, and hotel options are also available.
— Karoondinha (@karoondinhafest) May 2, 2017