By Mike Romero
Hot off the release of their new full length album, 8th Wonder, The National Parks have revealed the lineup for their homegrown event, Superbloom Music Festival. As the fourth iteration of this festival, The National Parks and their partners at Sartain & Saunders are bringing bigger names to Utah than ever before.
Superbloom Music Festival has been held every year in Southern Utah since 2020. In an exciting move, this year’s festival will take place at The Gallivan Center in Salt Lake City – likely to accommodate the larger acts on the bill. Superbloom 2023 will feature Canadian musician, chart topper, and Grammy-nominee JP Saxe. Saxe is best known for his recent hit “If the World Was Ending,” which featured Julia Michaels. The festival will also welcome Matt Maeson, a folk/pop artist who has collaborated with the likes of Lana Del Rey, Illenium, and Gryffin.
This year’s local acts include Sego, Cardinal Bloom, Goldmyth, 26fix, and Harpers. Two new additions to the lineup made a splash at the most recent Battle of the Bands at Velour Live Music Gallery. Those standouts are Jordan Moyes and Cactus Tree.
The festival will be held on Saturday, September 23, 2023 at The Gallivan Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Doors open at noon. A Campfire Concert with The National Parks will be held at Kilby Court the night before for VIP ticket holders.
A performance schedule will be released later this year. Tickets are on sale now. Follow Superbloom Music Festival on Instagram, and check out “Angels” by The National Parks below.
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