Robert Randolph, KT Tunstall, Rusted Root’s Michael Glabicki, Low Cut Connie’s Adam Weiner, Reverend Horton Heat & More Highlight Musikfest 2020 Performances

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40 acts to stream sets July 31-Aug. 9 as part of festival’s 37th year; 40 additional artists to be announced next week

BETHLEHEM, PA—Pedal steel master Robert Randolph, GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter KT Tunstall, Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root, Adam Weiner of indie rockers Low Cut Connie and Reverend Horton Heat, as well as perennial festival favorites such as Scythian, Craig Thatcher & Nyke van Wyk and Igor and the Red Elvises, are among the 40 musical acts that will offer streaming sets as part of Musikfest July 31-Aug. 9. The 2020 festival will present four bands each evening starting at 7 p.m. via and Musikfest’s Facebook page,; the daily schedule of performers will be announced in July.


Artists performing as part of Musikfest for the first time include alternative R&B singer Audrey Nuna, as well as jazz singer and trumpet player Brian Newman, best known for his work with Lady Gaga. In addition to the 40 streaming sets, nearly 40 other artists will perform live from the Service Electric TV studios during Musikfest. The Service Electric shows will be announced the week of July 6; all performances will air on Service Electric and then stream on


The lineup of artists performing as part of Virtual Musikfest is listed below; lineup is subject to change and additions and changes will be announced via the Musikfest Facebook page:

Robert Randolph

KT Tunstall

Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root

Adam Weiner of Low Cut Connie

Reverend Horton Heat

Devon Gilfillian

Lil’ Ed & the Blues Imperials


Craig Thatcher & Nyke van Wyk

Igor and the Red Elvises

Kam Franklin of The Suffers

Joe Hertler & the Rainbow Seekers

Making Movies

Brian Newman

Alex Meixner

The Accidentals
The Big Takeover

Shamarr Allen

Liz Longley

Southern Avenue

Mike Mains & The Branches

Kat Wright

Hollis Brown

The Dirty Streets

Audrey Nuna

Hector Rosado Y Su Orq Hache

Kiran Ahluwalia & Rez

Andrew Leahey

Slingshot Dakota

Nik Greeley & the Operators

Swift Technique

Ginger & the Schnappes

The Groove Merchants

Farah Siraj

Lehigh Valley Urban Latin Orquesta

The Muckers

Jon Worthy

The Moon City Masters

The Contact Collective

The largest free music festival in the nation, Musikfest is made possible thanks to the support of the City of Bethlehem, Bethlehem Redevelopment Authority, Bethlehem Area School District, Northampton County, the support of the corporate community and more than 1,600 volunteers and 3,300 supporting members.

Musikfest 2020, presented by the nonprofit ArtsQuest, will take place July 31-Aug. 9. This year’s festival will include 40 concerts shown via as part of Virtual Musikfest, nearly 40 performances by bands live from the Service Electric TV studios and then shared via; an on-site food and beverage experience at SteelStacks that will include at least 10 Musikfest favorite food vendors. Additional details on the festival, including possible in-person events and concerts at SteelStacks, will be announced throughout the summer.

Information provided to TVL by:
Mark Demko, ArtsQuest