Sweet Juice Festival is back for 2023 with Shamir, American Trappist and more - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart
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Launched in 2022, Sweet Juice Fest is an event organized by four friends who value community over capitalism and centering marginalized voices — particularity queer folk and femmes — over another festival lineup of mostly male-identified artists. With stellar performances by Sug Daniels, The Lunar Year, Rachel Andie and more, the inaugural year took place on an idyllic Saturday last July, and the event is back for round two.

If Sweet Juice had an impressive year one, the second year is simply stellar. Alt-pop powerhouse Shamir headlines — he just opened for Le Tigre at Union Transfer, where he told the crowd has new music on the way via Kill Rock Stars — along with driving NJ indie four-piece American Trappist, poppy indie folk singer Brittany Ann Tranbaugh, and recent Black Opry alum Samantha Rise. The lineup also features the hip-hop-and-harp duo Kuf Knotz and Christine Elise, the meditative raga tones of Sid and Devi, and more — Philly treasures all.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow, but fans can get early access by signing up for Sweet Juice Fest’s email list at their website.

Shamir - Cisgender
Brittany Ann Tranbaugh - Pennsylvania
Samantha Rise - How Goes Love
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