No, it's not The Gathering of the Vibes, or The Governor's Ball, it's going to be remembered as the inaugural Sound on Sound Music Festival, and it's the biggest and best thing to happen in Connecticut since the opening of the beautiful Hartford Healthcare Amphitheater last year.

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Bridgeport's Seaside Park is a gorgeous 325 acre park, developed by Bridgeport's most famous resident P.T. Barnum, and it's one of the best places on the Eastern seaboard to host large-scale music festivals.

The Sound on Sound Music Festival will be taking place at Seaside Park in Bridgeport on September 24-25, 2022. It is also being promoted as "a festival celebrating world class music, local cuisine, craft beer and more." I'm excited to see what they come up with.

Connecticut Music Festival Announces Full Lineup

The full lineup of the inaugural Sound on Sound Music Festival has been announced this morning, and some of the biggest names in music will be appearing at Seaside Park in Bridgeport in September.

The organizers are also promising hyper-local food and beverage options, specialty bars, shaded lounge spaces, a craft beer & sports hall, and more.

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It's an exciting time that Connecticut finally gets its own music festival. We haven't seen something like this since our days together at The Gathering of the Vibes.

If you use the presale code GYPSY you will have access to earlier tickets before the general on sale. You can purchase tickets here.

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