Main Stage
10:30-11:15am
DJ Ca$$idy

Resident DJ and co-founder of Garutachi Events, DJ Ca$$idy spins a playful mix of indie dance selections.

11:30am-12:15pm
Rock-n-Romp
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.

12:30-1:15pm
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.

1:30-2:15pm
Aligning Minds

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.

2:30-3:15pm
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!

3:30-5:00pm
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

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
Third Channel

Jason Hutto, Samantha Spinney, a casio, delay pedal, tambourine, time, space, crafts.

4:00 – 4:45pm
Sweet Teeth

Started by Chris DeWitt in 2005, Sweet Teeth began as a minimal folk outfit, and has since grown into its own more electrified sound.