Are you ready for The Nextival this weekend?

| July 6, 2016 | 0 Comments
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“The Nextival” has announced the final lineup of music, food and entertainment at this weekend’s festival.

The Nextival features music’s next big sounds now as well as celebrates our musical heroes. The diverse lineup offers three stages featuring artists representing multiple music genres, food trucks, an interactive children’s zone, arts and craft vendors, and more. Produced by Juice Box Jams, the inaugural new music festival will be held at Maryland’s Anne Arundel Fairgrounds on July 9,2016.

A portion of proceeds from the event will benefit non-profit Juice Box Jams’ mission to help kids and musicians in need. Tickets are on sale now at www.nextival.com or 1-800-255-2071.

In addition, the following food truck vendors are now confirmed to participate:

“I’m pleased to announce the addition of these incredible homegrown acts to The Nextival line-up,” said Juice Box Jams and DJ Boy Records founder Billy Zero. “The Nextival offers a little something for everyone – particularly the music lover who prides him or herself on discovering the next big sound first, or the next great gourmet bite first.”

Billy Zero is a former GRAMMY trustee and GRAMMY president. He has a solid reputation for seeking out what’s “next now” in music and entertainment. Zero is known in the industry for his passion for Indie and children’s music. 

The Nextival musical line-up includes–nextival

Junior Marvin’s Wailers
Pressing Strings
Pasadena
Bond & Bentley
Blue Skies & Death
Tabi Bonney 
Legends of Et Cetera
Mend The Hollow
Higher Hands
Skribe
Wimps & Machos
Tobias Russell
Mike Heuer & Bonfuego
Naked Blue
Dean Rosenthal
Alexander Peters
3rd Grade Friends
Dominic Fragman

Lost Child
Go With The Flow
Safety 3rd 

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