Martin Guitar Brings Artist Showcase to Virtual Musikfest Lineup


BETHLEHEM, PA—Martin Guitar is bringing a new component to Virtual Musikfest with its daily Jam in Place show every evening of the festival. The Martin Guitar Jam in Place Stage will kick off the Virtual Musikfest stream at at 6 or 6:30 p.m. nightly July 31-Aug. 9.

The Jam in Place Stage will feature performances from Martin Guitar artists Shawn Camp, a two-time GRAMMY-winning performer and top songwriter; Lauren Mascitti, a former American Idol contestant; Bri Bagwell, a number-one Texas country artist; Kendal Conrad, a familiar face at Musikfest and other ArtsQuest events; and more. The complete Jam In Place schedule is below; shows start at 6:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

July 31: Brother Bird (Caroline Glaser)
August 1: Murphy Elmore (6 p.m. start)
August 1: Sammy Arriaga
August 2: Adara
August 3: Shawn Camp
August4: Lauren Mascitti
August 5: Bri Bagwell
August 6: Toby Costa
August 7: Jim Roberti
August 8: Lou Poster from DriftMouth (6 p.m. start)
August 8: Spencer Crandall
August 9: Kendal Conrad

“Martin Guitar is proud to continue our partnership with Musikfest bringing this stellar lineup of artists to the 2020 virtual festival,” says Martin Guitar Senior Director of Marketing Michael Nelson. “From out-of-this-world pop to GRAMMY Award-winning bluegrass and country, these Martin playing artists are sure to get the nights started right.”

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; and an on-site food and beverage experience at SteelStacks that includes 10 Musikfest favorite food vendors. Additional details on the festival, including possible in-person events and concerts at SteelStacks, will be announced later this month.


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