Live Music

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Custom House Stage

Friday

  • 6 pm – USCG Dixieland Band
  • 7 pm – Plaid Brixx
  • 8 pm – Hoolios
  • 9 pm – Darik and the Funbags

    Darik and the Funbags started playing Connecticut in 1997 and have since grown their territory faster than a door-to-door Jehovah’s Witness, spanning gigs up and down the eastern seaboard. They boast national exposure being featured on VH-1’s Cover Wars and is one of the few cover bands to get it’s name on New Haven’s “Legendary Toads Place” Wall of Fame.

    Although they like to think they are too “bad ass” to be corporate darlings, they’ve won over that circuit too; with appearances at the GHO/Travelers Golf Championship, the Pilot Pen Tennis Tournament, The Major League LaCrosses National Championships, Yale Bowl, Gampel Pavilion, Met Life Stadium, New Jersey, Resort towns such as Killington, VT and Newport RI as well as Bridgeport, Granby, Guilford, Chicopee, S. Windsor, West Hartford, Enfield, New Milford and Southington town sponsored events as well many University and College performances. You can say that they acclimate well! And just when you thought they would draw the line there, they’ve become one of the most popular and sought out wedding groups in the region! They’ve helped consummate marriages all over New England in typical Funbag fashion, even for couples who’ve met right at a Funbag show! …so you can say they clean up pretty nicely as well!

    Bringing their style of FUN and the highest energy show around has made Darik and the Funbags New Englands number one party band! Come see why Darik and the Funbags have become a house-hold name!
    www.dfunbags.com

Saturday

  • 12 PM – No Mind
  • 1 PM – Kiri
  • 2 PM – Braxton Bragg
  • 3 PM – Braiden Sunshine
  • 4 PM – TBA
  • 5 PM – Brandt Taylor
  • 6:30 PM – The Daughters of Legends: Claudette King & Sheila Raye Charles with Jeff Pitchell
    Sailfest present This dynamic show features Claudette King, youngest daughter of iconic Blues Master, B.B. King, who was trained in Gospel music at age 13 and mentored by such greats as Aretha Franklin and Etta James; and Sheila Raye Charles, daughter of Ray Charles ,voted 2nd best singer of all-time, who delivers spine tingling renditions of her father’s best-known songs. Rounding out this phenomenal combination of talent is Jeff Pitchell, the Music Director, voted “Best Blues Act” in New England, whose soulful sound and songwriting have won national and international awards along with his band Texas Flood. Performing July 9 at 6:30 pm

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  • 8 PM – Carl Franklin

Sunday

  • 12 PM – Jeff Slate
  • 1 PM – Morrison Brothers
  • 2:30 – Kenny Neal
  • 4 PM – King Ilabash

 

 

 

 

 

City Pier Stage

Friday

  • 5 PM – DJ Eazy
  • 6 PM – NL Youth Talent Show
  • 7:30 PM – Whisker Fish

Saturday

  • 2:30 – Kiks Dance Center
  • 3 PM – HHMA
  • 4 PM – Ethan Cash

Sunday

Praise Fest

  • 12 noon – Rock of Salvation Church
  • 1 PM – Church of the City
  • 2 PM – Revelation Church
  • 3 PM – Krystal Livingston
  • 4 PM – iWorship Fellowship Choir

Host: Pastor Marcus Gill
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Hygienic Art Park Stage

Friday

Concert: ‘Out From The Depths’

$5 With re-entry.

7-10pm.

Bands:

  • Casting Shadows
  • The Callouts
  • Modern Primates

Hygienic’s beer garden will be open all weekend.

Saturday

  • 11 AM – Writer’s Block: Multi-Arts Performance

Fiesta Latin:

  • 3 PM – Stage Kickoff Bomba Radio & Univision TV
  • 3:30 PM – Dance Classes-Salsa
  • 4 PM – Live DJ LEO Latin Dance Party
  • 5 PM – John Lajara | New Latin Urban Artist
  • 5:30 PM – Judy Santos from Aventura | Latin Pop
  • 6 PM – Bomba Radio Giveaways
  • 6:10 PM – Jeyro: | Bachata Urbano
  • 6:40 PM – Shorty C “El Real” | Reggaeton
  • 7:15 PM – Alfred Martinez |Bachata
  • 8pm-11 PM – Live DJ JOJO | Top40 Latin Mix

 

Sunday

Shoreline Acoustic Music Society
Hygienic Art Park
10th annual Acoustic Music Festival Sunday, July 10, 2016

  • Noon-12:20 PM – Sherwood
  • 12:30-12:50 PM – Baird and Friends
  • 1:00-1:20 PM – Pat Daddona and Joe Cavanagh
  • 1:30-1:50 PM – Roger Viens
  • 2:00-2:20 PM – Peter Magrane
  • 2:30-3:00 PM – The Carolans
  • 3:00-3:30 PM – CAKE
  • 3:30-3:50 PM – Maggie’s Guitar
  • 4:00-4:20 PM – Jim Lampos
  • 4:30-4:50 PM – Alan Winslow
  • 5:00-5:30 PM – Blonde Furniture
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