August 7, 2016 · 6:00pm



Ton-Taun is a Lancaster-based band whose members include Jordan Capizzi (vocals), Doug Hynes (guitar), Aaron Binder (guitar), Rob Nye (bass), Sean Burke (drums), Katie Seifarth, and John Spurlock (keys). The band is just as interested in creating noisy, ambient textures as it is in crafting tight, hook-driven pop songs, and executes both with an energy that is uniquely theirs.

Over the six years that the band has existed, Ton-Taun has shared stages with Built to Spill, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Kopecky, Why?, Future Islands, No Age, Ra Ra Riot, Lavender Diamond, and Buke and Gase.

Ton-Taun has self released four albums, the most recent of which being 2015’s, ‘You’re Not Doing it Right.’ While Ton-Taun’s studio work has been praised for its densely layered arrangements, fans of the band will tell you that from the stage is where Ton-Taun shines brightest.


Laura Luce

Laura Luce


Vita and the Wo0lf

Vita and the Woolf is the brainchild of Jennifer Pague. It is an electronic soul pop music group from Philadelphia consisting of Pague on vocals and synths and Adam Shumski on percussion. The name was originally inspired by the love relationship between the writers Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf. Shumski joined Pague in August 2014 and the duo has gone on three tours together including SXSW in 2015 and 16.
Much of Vita’s music is vocal driven and includes a wide range of harmonies. The haunting harmonies and vocal layering combined with crazy instrumentation and simple drumming produce a sound that reflects R&B, soul, jazz, and powerful choral ballads.

Super City

Dan Ryan-vocals, guitar
Greg Wellham-vocals, guitar
Jon Birkholz-keyboards, guitar vocals
Brian Brunsman-bass, vocals
Ian Viera- drums, vocals