Today the AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival announced the remainder of its lineup, joining headliners Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers, and Uprooted featuring Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root.
“As usual, we think we have several artists on this bill whose stars are on the rise – in particular, Maggie Rose, Marco Benevento, and Midnight North,” said Ron Carnevali, festival chairman. “Plus, we’ll see our old friend Billy Price, who has been playing in this region since the 70s and never fails to delight Johnstown audiences. And some of the local bands we’re featuring this year, FlowerChild and Desperadoes, are Johnstown institutions.”
The two-day, three-stage festival is held at Peoples Natural Gas Park, a venue that was developed by the festival’s producer, the Johnstown Area Heritage Association.
AmeriServ Financial is the festival’s title sponsor for a record 26th year.
“After a tough year of pandemic cancelations, we are thrilled to bring music back to the park this year, thanks to the steadfast support of sponsors like AmeriServ Financial,” Carnevali added. “We’re even planning some improvements to the festival experience this year, like new mainstage pageantry that will include video reinforcement.”
Artists announced today are:
Billy Price Band
West Philadelphia Orchestra