Susquehanna Bank Center

Pretty Lights, Krewella, Seven Lions, and Company at Susquehanna Bank Center

Derrick Vincent Smith, better known by his stage name, ‘Pretty Lights’, brought his live-band show to the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, NJ on Friday, November 1st (presented by Live Nation, Soundgarden Hall events, Steez Promo, and House of Hearts). The show also featured an impressive support line-up of Krewella, Seven Lions, HeRobust, and Candyland. […]

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Susquehanna Bank Center Goes Goo Goo for Matchbox 20

Staying power is a real show of success in the music business. The list of one-hit-wonders is endless, and many bands that manage to put together one or two great albums eventually fade away to obscurity. On Sunday night, August 11th, two bands that have been rocking crowds for the better part of three decades […]

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Xponential Festival 2013: Rocking Both Sides of the River

The 2013 XPoNential Music Festival, put on flawlessly by the good folks at 88.5 WXPN, shuffled a lineup of bands new and old, cutting edge and quaint, bluegrass and bombastic over an entire weekend at Wiggins Park and The Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden. Michael Kiwanuka, a British soul singer who speaks the King’s English […]

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Honda Civic Tour: Linkin Park & Incubus Put the Pedal to the Metal

The 2012 Honda Civic Tour rolled into Camden, NJ last night for a killer night of music at the Susquehanna Bank Center. This year’s line-up featured opening act Mutemath as well as co-headliners Incubus and Linkin Park. It was a pleasant evening when Mutemath got the evening started at 630pm but there was a storm […]

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Interview with Chester Bennington of Linkin Park & Brandon Boyd of Incubus

Independent Philly recently had the opportunity to take part in an interview session with Chester Bennington of Linkin Park, and Brandon Boyd of Incubus, to talk about the Honda Civic Tour that the two bands are co-headlining (with opening support from MUTEMATH). The Honda Civic Tour will be rolling into the Susquehanna Bank Center in […]

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