North Stage at Shoreview and Palmetto Avenues
Saturday, Sept 28, 2019
|Andy Z||North||Saturday||11:15 AM|
|Dutch Uncle||North||Saturday||12:30 PM|
|Matt Jaffe||North||Saturday||4:15 PM|
Sunday, Sept 29, 2019
|Bad Jacket||North||Sunday||11:15 AM|
|Bray and the Dens||North||Sunday||12:45 PM|
|Sick Pigeon||North||Sunday||2:30 PM|
|The Mermen||North||Sunday||4:15 PM|
Bands and Performances
Andy Z Saturday 11:15 am
Dutch Uncle Saturday 12:30 pm
FeatPrints Saturday 2:15 pm
Come join FeatPrints as we pay tribute to an amazing piece of American music history with the music of Little Feat. Throughout the 70’s and into the 80’s, 90’s and into the new millennium, Little Feat pushed the envelope of accepted styles blending rocks, blues, cajun, country and fusion into a tasty gumbo. Their hits like “Dixie Chicken”, “Willin”, “Oh Atlanta” and “Let It Roll” just begin to scratch the surface on what they could do live.
Matt Jaffe Saturday 4:15 pm
Bad Jacket Sunday 11:15 am
After nearly 30 years, the band that was once one of the darlings of the Plaid/Paisley Underground music scene has finally reunited. Once a staple of the West Coast post-punk psychedelic rock scene, the Jackets are known for their haunting original songs, featuring the sometimes soaring, sometimes subtle lead guitar of Jon Plutte, the quirky, story-length lyrics of Rod Gilchrist, the spine-crunching bass lines of Michael Molenda, the precision percussive stick-work of drummer Jon Christ, and of course, their jackets.
Bray and the Dens Sunday 12:45 pm
Bray is a San Francisco-based singer songwriter with the fire and strut of the quintessential rock front-man, the moves and voice of the classic soul-man and the quick self-effacing humor of a beloved talk show host. Ignited by slinky grooves, ultra-catchy pop rock hooks, and a kinetic live performance style, Bray fuels audiences into a feel-good frenzy with every show. Along with his world class backing band, Bray has performed for crowds as large as 50,000 in ten countries around the world, sharing stages with Train, Slash, Scott Weiland and members of The Doors, the Sex Pistols and Prince’s Revolution.
Sick Pigeon Sunday 2:30 pm
Sick Pigeon is an original punk band formed in 2015 and rooted in San Francisco’s Tenderloin district. They have released two albums, with their self-titled release in late 2016 and the follow up “Street Diet” in 2019. Sick Pigeon was built on friendship, frustration, and an undying love for punk music.
It could be said that Sick Pigeon is what happens when you mix an Ecuadorian street punk with a giant heart, a Bay Area native born & bred on California punk, a Midwesterner with a passion for classic punk and an Italian who’s a gypsy at heart.
The Mermen Sunday 4:15 pm
The Mermen are an American rock band from San Francisco, California that formed in 1989. They have since moved to Santa Cruz, California. The group’s sound was originally rooted in surf and psychedelic rock music of the 1960s, although they have made “sincere attempts to get away from the surf music label” and currently delve into many genres, mainly influenced by the band’s founder, songwriter and guitarist Jim Thomas’ modern melodic visions. The band’s music is entirely instrumental and “does a good job of defying description”. In concert, the Mermen almost always performs as a trio: electric guitar, electric bass, and drums.
Featuring: Green Room Music All-Stars, Just Dance Studios, EllaHarp, Midnight Sinfini, Top Notch, The B2s, Lou Evans, Three on the Tree, and Carmen Ratti Band.
Start you day off right on Sunday at 11:15am and sing along to the Beatles music with The B2s cover band.