Can you believe it’s already that time of the year again? Denmark Arts Center Presents: DAM JAM 2013!
Once again, they’re featuring a few of our favorite Maine acts: Sunset Hearts, Coke Weed, and Jacob Augustine, as well as Mountain Animation, Burlington Taiko Ensemble, and a special set from Kristin Hersh (for the record, . . . → Read More: DAM JAM IS COMING – July 27!
As you’ve already seen in parts 1 and 2 of our Free Range Music Festival photo coverage, we all had an incredible time in Belfast this weekend. This is the third and final installment of photos, which includes the HillyTown afterparty held at Three Tides. The party was a big success – in fact . . . → Read More: Photo Recap: Free Range Fest [4.30.11] â€“ Part 3
Another photo gallery! This time it’s from the annual Hill ‘n the ‘Ville festival in Waterville, held in collaboration with Colby College‘s Student Government Association on Saturday, September 11th (the same day as the SPACE Gallery Block Party in Portland). Read on for photos of Rustic Overtones, Ryan Montbleau Band, and Adam Ezra Group . . . → Read More: 4th Annual Hill ‘n the ‘Ville Photo Recap
Our friends at the Picnic Music + Arts Festival are gearing up for their 3rd Annual event, happening exactly one month from today on August 28!
Last year was a little wet at times.
If you’ve been keeping up, you’re probably already excited about the extensive list of great local vendors and artists, or . . . → Read More: Picnic Music Lineup Announced
The first batch of bands for this year’s (expanded!) KahBang Festival in Bangor (August 6-14) has been announced and it’s definitely off to a strong start! This year you can expect to see OK Go, Biz Markie, Free Energy, The Gay Blades (thankfully returning after melting faces last year), Bad Rabbits, The Aviation Orange, Hey . . . → Read More: KahBanging Out A Lineup
This 4th Of July weekend will bring a new festival to Maine. the Nateva Music & Camping Festival will take place in Oxford, Maine on July 2,3,and 4th. The event, sponsored by Port City Music Hall, has tickets on sale now, but what exactly do you get for your (currently lowest price) $159? Only one . . . → Read More: Nateva Festival Announces Flaming Lips
Now in its second year, Bangor’s KahBang Festival is already expanding. They’ve announced the dates as August 6th through the 14th for the festival, which will now include films and art exhibits in addition to the music portion. With this change, even their name is growing: the event is now called KahBang: Music, Art, . . . → Read More: KahBang Announces 2010 Dates