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The Heavenly States, an indie-rock quartet based out of Austin, Texas, will make their return appearance at this year’s DubuqueFest Fine Arts Festival, sharing their original music in a free performance under the stars on the Town Clock stage on Saturday, May 18 at 9 p.m. Songwriter and guitar player Ted Nesseth spoke to DubuqueFest about the show.
Aaron, Paula, and the Crazy Kids at DubuqueFest have created some sweet ways for you to explore writing, visual art, and music. We call it funk-raising. All the dough goes to the fest, yo. Saturday, March 30 | Hockey, Welding, & Ice Cream: A Love Story A Reading Featuring the Work of Thax Douglas, Al […]
Get your afrobeat groove on at DubuqueFest Fine Arts Festival when Chicago Afrobeat Project (CAbP) brings its global sounds to the Town Clock Main Stage in a free concert under the stars on Saturday, May 19 at 8:15 p.m. [Click to learn more and preview the music.]
Pioneer, a folk rock quartet with haunting melodies and lilting harmonies, will kick off this year’s DubuqueFest Fine Arts Festival, performing on the Town Clock Main Stage at 5 p.m. Friday, May 18, 2012. Intricate, interwoven guitar, cello and bass, and precise drum work support dynamic and honest stories of love, loss, memory and Midwestern people and places. [Click to learn more about the songwriter and the musicians.]
Stirrup, a Chicago-based post-modern jazz group featuring cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm, will perform on the DubuqueFest Fine Arts Festival Town Clock Main Stage on Saturday, May 19, at 6:45 p.m. [Click to learn more about the music.]