City Paper is not for tourists
Resident DJ and co-founder of Garutachi Events, DJ Ca$$idy spins a playful mix of indie dance selections.
featuring We Were Pirates
Rock-n-Romp, the awesome kid-friendly indie rock concert series, hosts multi-instrumentalist Mike Boggs and his live band comprised of a rotating cast of friends, as We Were Pirates. Bring the kids to see them play and they can also get a moustache painted on, a cool tattoo and stop at the coloring station to create their own works of art! Moustache painting and coloring books sponsored by Spooky Daddy, Booth #58. Tattoos provided by Craft Mutiny, Booth#56.
The Beanstalk Library
Sounds like The Beatles and The Band had a bratty baby in the polluted Atlantic Ocean that washed up on the Carolina coast and hitchhiked to Washington, DC.
Aligning Minds is the unique collaboration of two producers using sound to achieve a mutual vision. Hypnotic breakbeats, infectious basslines, dubby soundscapes, and idm experimentation.
Head-Roc featuring the G.I.F.T.
Head-Roc, The Official Mayor of DC Hip Hop, introducing new material – backed by The Godisheus International Funk Train aka The G.I.F.T.! A 21st century Funk, Rock, and Soul Band experience you won’t want to miss!
Rockabilly Rave Up
featuring J.P. McDermott and Western Bop, & The Droptops
With soaring vocals, hard-rocking rockabilly, and a heartfelt way with a ballad, D.C. native J.P. McDermott is breathing fresh air into one of America’s great musical traditions.
The Droptops are a high-energy rockabilly trio whose sound is derived from their love of 1950s rock n’ roll, rockabilly, and country recordings.
|Welcome Mat Stage|
10:45am – 11:30am|
Friends of the Library
Friends of the Library are a female-fronted indie rock/pop band from the DC area. They hope you enjoy the show and the festival.
12:15 – 1:00pm|
Arthur Harrison on Theremin
Arthur Harrison, a member of “The Cassettes,” specializes in the “theremin.” He’s performed extensively throughout the country providing the public with the unique experience of this seldom-seen instrument.
1:30 – 2:15pm|
Montgomery Fox is a bombastic folk musician. He sings, shouts and blows (on his harp) original and otherwise tributes and criticisms to the world. He also does fun kiddie tunes…. now that he has a toddler.
2:45 – 3:30pm|
Jason Hutto, Samantha Spinney, a casio, delay pedal, tambourine, time, space, crafts.
4:00 – 4:45pm|
Started by Chris DeWitt in 2005, Sweet Teeth began as a minimal folk outfit, and has since grown into its own more electrified sound.