Ohio’s Fashion Meets Music Festival is slated to kick off its second year in early September, and with less than a month before the world of music and fashion combine to put on a heck of a show, festival organizers have unveiled the daily schedules for the two day festival.
The official list of artists for this year’s event was released back in March and included a mix of acts from different genres to give everyone a little bit of something to look forward to. Young the Giant, Ludacris, AWOLNATION, Taking Back Sunday, O.A.R, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, St. Vincent, and many more will hit one of the four stages at the festival.
The complete daily line-up for the festival can be seen below, so make sure to plan accordingly so you can see everyone that you want.
The Fashion Meets Music Festival is slated to take place during Labor Day weekend (Sept.5-6) at Columbus’ Arena District. Tickets for the festival are still on sale, but unlike last year, all the events are ticketed; last year there was a mix of ticketed and non-ticketed events which probably led to major headaches.
Fall Out Boy have been quite the busy band the last couple of days with the streaming release of their new album and unveiling of their amphitheater tour. Now comes word that the band who have become “sport music” staples with lead single “Centuries,” will be playing at a sporting event.
The National Hockey League have announced that Fall Out Boy and O.A.R. will be performing at the 2015 Honda NHL® All-Star Game slated to take place next Sunday, Jan. 25.
Fall Out Boy will play during the first intermission of the game, while O.A.R. will take over during the second intermission of the game.
As per the NHL’s press release, a “power-pop” group called Locksley will perform their song “The Whip” which is played during every Columbus Blue Jackets’ goal. This time, the song will be played to coincide with the NHL players’ introduction.
The All-Star Game will begin at 5 p.m. ET on NBCSN, CBC and TVA Sports.