While Spring Fling has been rained out this week and postponed, hopefully next week will bring some nicer weather, more ideal for listening to some live music under the Bell Tower. Once again, Temple’s annual festival will host some notable musical performances.
The stage located in front of the Bell Tower will showcase its first act around 11am on Wednesday with the Temple Singer/Songwriters and Musicians group, followed by Philly’s very own indie/experimental act The Infinien Band.
“We’re excited to be outside rather than some smokey bar or club,” said The Infinien Band’s guitarist Matt Hollenberg.
Other Temple students performing include The Temple Gospel Ministries, The Juggling Club and Latin Ballroom Dancing. Also performing is Mount Holly New Jersey’s horn driven punk outfit Case of the Mondays. If you’re looking to find your classic rock and blues fix, Nazareth, PA’s Wailing Waters will undoubtedly quench your craving for some anti-scene music.
On the verge of releasing their new EP, This is Now, Lancaster’s The Right Coast will close out the Bell Tower stage.
“We’re going to be playing all of the songs from our new record, including a cover of ‘Love Story,’ a Taylor Swift song,” said guitarist Patrick Hatt.
With sounds reminiscent of The All American Rejects and All Time Low, The Right Coast should definitely make your to-do list this Wednesday at Spring Fling.
Here’s the full schedule:
11:00 Sound Check
11:10 Temple Singer/Songwriters and Musicians
11:15 Associacion de Estudiantes Latinos
11:30 The Infinien Band
12:20 Temple Gospel Ministries
12:30 Case of the Mondays
1:45 Wailing Waters
2:35 Temple Juggling Club
2:45 Latin Ballroom Dance
3:00 The Right Coast