FRIDAYFri 4:30 PM - The Lost WoodsVeteran's Park Bandstand 50 Penobscot Ave. A funky rock group from deep in the woods of Maine, The Lost Woods consist of New Hampshire transplant Patrick Flynn (guitar/vocals), along with Maine natives, Scott Powers (guitar/vocals), James Martin (bass/vocals), and Mike Bridges (drums/vocals). The Band met while attending college in the Bangor Maine area and started spreading their brand of funk through the dense forests of central Maine in 2015. The band is currently booking dates across New England for this summer and will be releasing their debut album in the fall.
Influences include: Umphrey’s McGee, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Winery Dogs, Incubus, Rage Against the Machine. Fri 7:00 PM - Yellow Sun WreckersVeteran's Park Bandstand 50 Penobscot Ave. Yellow Sun Wreckers is an Americana roots music band, serving up a unique, smoking-hot sonic gumbo of classic and contemporary bluegrass and country, modern folk, rock and blues, seasoned with ragtime, rhythm, and soul.
SATURDAYSat 10:00 AM - Rattle The Windows & The Strum DingersVeterans Memorial Park 50 Penobscot Ave.
Ready for a real treat? Come see these cloggers and a whole band of ukuleles!Sat 11:30 AM - Gus LacasseVeteran's Park Bandstand 50 Penobscot Ave. Described as a folk fiddler with both speed and savage energy, Gus La Casse’s repertoire reflects his innovative spirit and dedication to the Cape Breton and Acadian fiddle traditions, playing both standards of the genre and his original material.Sat 1:30 PM - Dennis "The One Man Band" McGuireVeteran's Park 50 Penobscot Ave. Nostalgic Americana standards from Tennessee Ernie Ford to Hank Williams.Sat 2:30 PM - Brad Hutchinson DuoVeterans Park Bandstand 50 Penobscot Ave.Sat 3:30 PM - Pete Jamieson -- Open MicVeteran's Park Bandstand 50 Penobscot Ave.
Come listen to Pete, or join in, or take the stage yourself! It's Open Mic time at the Bandstand.Sat 4:30 PM - The Rustic OvertonesVeteran's Park Bandstand 50 Penobscot Ave. Rustic Overtones are a seven piece rock band from Portland Maine with a discography that spans 20 years. The bands unique version of indie rock is strongly influenced by soul music, garage punk, jazz and psychedelic music of the 60's and 70's.
“A unique sound steeped in both Earth, Wind and Fire-style funk and late-era Beatles psychedelia." -Rolling Stone
SUNDAYSun 10:15 AM - Katahdin CountryCrandall Park 55 Congress St. Bluegrass, country, and gospel music as the parade heads down Penobscot Ave!Sun 11:30 AM - UndertoneCrandall Park 55 Congress St. "Straight from the heart music with an eclectic flair." Local musician singer/songwriter Trish King plays a mix of alternative folk, rock, blues, and country with duo partner Kevin Hogan. Sun 1:00 PM - The Mallett Brothers BandCrandall Park 55 Congress St. -- The Mallett Brothers Band are an Alt/Rock/Country band from Portland, Maine by way of Sebec.