Tippapalooza Line Up Announced for Sept. 4
Information from the Tippapalooza Facebook page
TIPP CITY - Tippapalooza 2021 will be bigger and better than ever as we all emerge from our Covid hibernations to celebrate our 10th annual festival!
We are thrilled to once again provide a great lineup of talented recording artists. To celebrate our 10th year we made an effort to bring back fan favorites who have played our festival to great success and helped to build the event into what it is today. Our headline act is Tippapalooza favorites Seth Canan & The Carriers returning for their third appearance on our stage. Neo American Pioneers will be back for a repeat of their stellar 2018 performance. Sadbox will be bringing their raucous brand of rock and roll to Tippapalooza for a second time. And although The Boxcar Suite will be making their first appearance, their leader Tim Pritchard, is a veteran of our festival having played here in 2018 as a member of Shrug.
This year we are adding a few solo artists to our lineup to keep everyone entertained while the stage transitions between bands. David Payne is a wonderful solo artist in addition to playing in The New Old Fashioned, who played at Tippapalooza 2017. Cory Breth, a Tipp City favorite, and Jay Cullis are both returning for their 4th appearances at Tippapalooza.
Tippapalooza was created by a group of friends and musicians with a desire to play music, promote local talent, and to benefit local charities. These goals culminated in the idea of bringing a music festival to Tipp City. Tippapalooza was born.
Proceeds from Tippapalooza 2021 will be given back to the community through a donation to Project Believe. Their mission is to provide comfort and support to children that have been orphaned with mental, emotional, and behavioral challenges. Project Believe began creating Christmas Magic in 2007, for just 10 kids. In recent years, they delivered gifts to over 200 youth, at seven facilities in two states. Most are children without foster families who reside at hospitals, group homes, and treatment centers with little outside support and very few personal belongings. It is Project Believe’s mission to remind these children they are not alone by providing the personal comforts of home.