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Rosu Lup | photo courtesy of the artist

Philadelphia is in for a treat come March 14th when the Friends With Wolves Festival moves underway. From 2 until 9 p.m., Underground Arts will host the festival made up entirely of Philadelphia talent including the organizers of the initiative, orchestral folk ensemble Rosu Lup. The lineup also includes local experimental quartet Square Peg Round Hole, art rock collective The Chairman Dances, folk groups Liz & the Lost Boys and Sympathy and the Lion, singer/songwriter Gretchen Lohse, Sierra Cooke and DJ sets from The Key’s own John Vettese.

The 7-hour fest will also spotlight local businesses including Alaura Candles, The Shop Cafe, Narragansett Brewery, and Styles Inspired by Marc among others, who will allow attendees to sample their products during the event. The festival is aimed towards keeping the public invested in the local scene. Lead singer Jonathan from Rosu Lup writes:

“The goal of the festival is to support local bands and businesses. The festival will hopefully give them exposure.”

For more information on the first Friends With Wolves Festival, head over to the XPN Concert Calendar. Check out some of the featured artists below and gear up for a kickass festival.

Rosu Lup

Square Peg Round Hole

The Chairman Dances

Liz & The Lost Boys

Sympathy & The Lion

Gretchen Lohse

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