Gainesville’s third annual Music and Arts Festival for Social Change will feature comedy, film, panels, poetry, virtual reality and a variety of music, culminating with Benjamin Booker in concert on Friday night at Bo Diddley Plaza. Continue reading
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The Gainesville-based band, which performs in concert on Saturday night at High Dive, is getting ready to release a new album later this summer that will show how far they’ve come — and maybe whether they’ve arrived.
The Wailers, the Bob Marley tribute band, is more authentic than ever this year, boasting three former members of the original band, including Aston “Familyman” Barrett. They perform at High Dive on Sunday night.
One-half of the Grammy-winning Indigo Girls will appear with her five-piece country band tonight during a concert at High Dive as part of Changeville. The social change festival is something with which the singer/songwriter easily identifies.
Hip hop artist and activist Talib Kweli headlines a free concert tonight at Bo Diddley Plaza, kicking off the two-day social change festival that will include everything from films and stand-up comedy to poetry and virtual reality.
Four men with musical ties to Gainesville are collaborating on the state-of-the-art studio that will celebrate its grand opening on Saturday by hosting the Heartwood Music Festival in the South Main art district.