Over 18 live acts and more at South Shore Indie Music Festival

BROCKTON – The 2nd annual South Shore Indie Music Festival 2016, will take place on Saturday, June 11, 2016 from 12:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Fuller Craft Museum. (Rain date is June 12th). This all day, outdoor live music festival will featuring over 18 live bands throughout the day. Performances will take place on two stages outside the Museum and on Upper Porter Pond. Tickets can be purchased, HERE.

 

This year the festival will feature some of the regions best live bands performing edgy, original music: Aldous Collins, Chachi Carvalho, Will Dailey, Shea Rose, Wheat, The Quins, Hayley Thompson King, Christina Alexander, Grace Morrison, Sadie Vada, The Parkington Sisters, Ada, Jenna Lotti, Christa Gniadek, Emily Grogan, Shane Tyler, The Wolff Sisters, Bruvs, and Carlston Wood and the Wood Street Band.

 

Photo - Aldous-Collins-BandAldous Collins Band is performing at this year’s 2nd annual South Shore Indie Music Festival on June 11th at the Fuller Craft Museum.

 

In addition to live performances, the day includes: 7 Museum exhibitions on view (indoors and outdoors), food trucks, craft beer, arts activities for adults and kids, visually stunning site specific interactive mural composed of recyclable materials, vendors, artist interviews, and sustainability talks/films.

 

The South Shore Indie Music Festival is a great chance for people to take advantage of the best the South Shore has to offer viewing the world class art exhibitions, enjoying the nature, and listening to music with friends and family.

 

To view a promo video about the event, click HERE. For more information, click HERE.
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