Our highly-educational and downright glorious weekend in Lancaster for the 10th Annual LAUNCH Music Conference continued into Saturday, where summer-like temperatures served as a stunning backdrop for the evening’s music.
We deem it official: festival season has arrived!
It took me a minute to realize that one of my favorite weekends of the year has finally arrived. Through sitting in traffic on 222 (three times), to making sure I got to LAUNCH Headquarters on Prince St. to pick up my badge, I had a busy and eventful afternoon.
Once my feet touched down in downtown Lancaster, however, I knew I was in for a good time.
Last year, we had an amazing time at Lancaster’s Launch Music Conference. We learned from industry people who have been there, done it, and been there again, and we enjoyed a wide variety of incredible live performances from indie artists from the Lehigh Valley and (mostly) beyond.
With that, it’s safe to assume that we’ve been planning a return #LVURoadTrip to Lancaster ever since.
It finally seems, at long last, like the weather is about to break and feel a little more spring-y.
That makes this the perfect weekend to get out there, whether staying local or taking a little road trip. We have some advice on how to do both in this week’s…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
The 10th annual LAUNCH Music Conference takes place next month in downtown Lancaster. We’ll be heading out there to get edumacated in new music and industry trends.
And, once again, we’ll be in good and familiar company.
Last month, LAUNCH Music Conference & Festival announced that its 2018 edition — the tenth in its history — will take place from April 12-15, 2018 in downtown Lancaster, PA.
If you’re a musician, you have a chance to play!
I had the opportunity to see a ton of great performances by incredible talent at Launch Music Conference in Lancaster last weekend. However, the one that I keep coming back to is The Stonewall Vessels’ performance at Binn’s Park during the Fest Friday portion of the weekend.
Fest Friday continued into the night at Launch Music Conference in Lancaster, and believe me when I say: I’m glad I stuck around. There was some insane talent still to come as the sun set.