Uprise Fest

September 16 & 17, 2022

In 2022, Uprise Festival returns with another year of family fun and the best in Christian music! Music fans will want to be at the Shippensburg Fairgrounds this September 16 & 17, when more than 30 bands and artists will gather on three different stages for two incredible nights of rock and pop performances by artists such as Colton Dixon, Riley Clemmons, Disciple, and Tedashii.

You are sure to find your favorite artist among the 2022 festival lineup. (The schedule is subject to change without notice.)

Friday, September 16

Main Stage
  • Matthew West
  • Cochren & Co.
  • Riley Clemmons
  • Ben Fuller
Rock Star Stage
  • Honor & Glory
  • The Protest
  • Relent

Saturday, September 17

Main Stage
  • Jeffrey Camp
  • Crowder
  • We Are Messengers
  • Colton Dixon
  • Kevin Quinn
  • Disciple
  • Blessing Offor
  • Katy Nichole
Rock Star Stage
  • Demon Hunter
  • Impending Doom
  • The Letter Black
  • Spoken
  • Death Therapy
  • Convictions
  • Behold the Beloved
Hip-Hop Stage
  • Andy Mineo
  • KB
  • Social Club Misfits
  • Tedashii
  • Hulvey
  • Nobigdyl
  • 1K Phew
  • Aaron Cole

Uprise Festival

Festival Experience

This is also much more than a music festival. Other activities include camping; a variety of food vendors with festival favorites such as funnel cake, pretzel braids, ice cream, jerk chicken, and more;  a kids' zone on Saturday (for toddlers through age 11) with games, a bouncy house, face painting plus other fun activities; a petting zoo with adorable free-roaming animals with both large and small; and vendors with a large selection of apparel and merchandise.

Visit the Uprise Fest website to purchase tickets. In addition to general admission tickets, there are special packages and add-ons available, including meet and greets, seating upgrades, and seminars.

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Make It a Weekend

Enjoy an affordable, family-friendly weekend by camping at the fairgrounds or by staying at one of the nearby Shippensburg hotels. If you want to get away from the crowds, head to the nearby Cumberland Valley Rail Trail, where you can hike or explore the Cumberland Valley Railroad Museum at the Shippensburg Station trailhead.