The spanwise variation of resonance dynamics in the Mach 0.94 flow over a finite-span cavity of variable length-to-width ratio was explored using time-resolved particle image velocimetry (TR-PIV) in a planform plane above the cavity and time-resolved pressure sensitive paint (TR-PSP) on the floor and adjacent exterior surface. The TR-PIV showed a significant variation in resonant fluctuations to occur across the span of the cavity, which appears to arise from spillage vortices stemming from finite width effects. Thus, the spanwise variation was a strong function of the cavity aspect ratio and was only weakly dependent on the cavity mode number. Modal streamwise velocity fluctuations in the spillage vortices showed large peaks at modes one through three, indicating that resonance dynamics, and not just broadband turbulence effects, are prevalent near the sidewalls. Large peaks in modal pressures were also present on the walls just outside of the cavity. Interestingly, prominent peaks at the mode frequencies were observed in the spanwise velocity spectra as well. These peaks were strongest near the cavity sidewalls suggesting a coupling between the resonance mechanism and the spillage vortices.