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X-Fest is an annual music concert held in different cities of United States. It is yearly organized by radio stations under the group of Clear Channel Communications. The first X-Fest was held in 1995 at the Verizon Wireless Music Center in Indianapolis, known then as Deer Creek Music Center. The first concert drew hundred thousand numbers of people to Indiana. The following years, the big concert is celebrated throughout the United States, and even in Canada.

Known as Indianapolis-Noblesville X-Fest, the annual multi-genre concert never fails to attract at least 250,000 audiences growling, stamping, and singing in the concert ground. The event is regularly organized by radio station X103.

In other cities like Dayton Ohio, the X-Fest was known before as ?The Edge Fest.? It was derived from the name of the sister radio station of X103 in Ohio named Edge 103.9. When the radio station changed its name to X 103.9 in 1998, the Edge Fest was also changed into X-Fest. The X103.9 is also the one that regularly organized the X-Fest in Dayton.

The X-Fest features performers from different music genre such as pop rock, rock, rock alternative, acoustic, punk, Rhythm N Blues, hard rock, heavy metal, industrial rock and grunge. The population of artists? participation is growing larger and larger every year which gives the audience more thrilling experience of X-Fest.

X-Fest is visiting concert grounds of cities and states such as Dayton (Ohio), San Diego (California), Cleveland (Ohio), Tucson (Arizona), Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), Fayetteville (Arkansas), Huntington (West Virginia), and Baton Rouge (Louisiana).
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