The Wiggins Park lineup of the 2017 XPoNential music fest in Camden - or at least a good chunk of it - has been announced, adding to the two weekend nights next door at the hulking BB&T Pavilion headlined by Wilco on July 28 and the combo pack of Spoon and Amos Lee on July 29.
Next door at breezy riverside Wiggins, the attractions in a more intimate space will include Southern rock band Drive-By Truckers, tough-minded singer-songwriter Angel Olsen, soul revival singer Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Mt. Airy rock hero Strand Of Oaks, Bury Me In Philly Roxborough-raised singer Dave Hause, Portland, Oregon sister act Joseph, New Orleans Preservation Hall Jazz Band (who are also playing with Lee at the BB&T), Brooklyn beat-happy songwriter Xenia Rubinos, Nashville based guitarist and songwriter Adia Victoria and Wilmington violin salesman and blues guitarist Dave Bromberg, playing with his quintet.
More acts will be announced, but it's a pretty strong lineup so far. Who's playing on which days of the fest, which runs from July 28 to July 30, is unclear at this point. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 at xpnfest.org.