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Summer MixTape Festival

Mixtape Festival
Ad for 2012 festival
Location(s) Hersheypark Stadium
Hershey, Pennsylvania
Years active 2012-present
Founded by Live Nation

The Summer Mixtape Festival is a major summer music festival launched in summer 2012. The first festival was held in Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Pennsylvania on August 17–18, 2012, featuring a number of icons and mainstream headliners such as New Kids on the Block, Backstreet Boys, Kelly Clarkson, The Wanted, The Fray, and LL Cool J.[1] The festival featured two stages over two days.

The festival also featured fan events (for example Backstreet Boys' barbecue event "BSBBQ"[2]), interactive exhibits, food trucks, celebrity and special guest appearances, and a spa oasis.[3]


  • 2012 1
    • Line-up 1.1
  • 2013 2
  • External links 3
  • References 4


The Wanted joined New Kids on the Block on stage in a performance of "Glad You Came" on August 17, 2012, and NKOTBSB brought out 98 Degrees to greet the crowd in the middle of their show on August 18, 2012. NKOTBSB also revealed that it was the last time they would perform together as they were going their separate ways after the festival.[4] There was an additional event on August 19, 2012 called "Rock n' Jock". It's a softball game featuring New Kids on the Block versus Backstreet Boys in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.



External links

  • Summer MixTape Festival on Twitter


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