Thursday, September 22, 2011

2011 Carrboro Music Festival boasts over 180 bands on 25 stages

This Sunday, September 25, the annual Carrboro Music Festival will take over Carrboro, boasting a lineup of over 180 bands on 25 different stages around the town. Oh yeah, and it's free.

The venues reach from the Looking Glass Cafe to Jesse's Coffee and Bar. There will be tons of great bands across the stages including Luego, Fan Modine, Birds and Arrows, Brett Harris, Free Electric State, Lilac Shadows, The Tender Fruit, The Moaners, Billy Sugarfix's Carousel, Big Fat Gap, The Stars Explode, Le Weekend, Animal Alphabet and many, many more.

Check out the alphabetized full lineup below and check out stage schedule and map of the venues as a PDF file HERE. There is more information about the festival as a whole, HERE.

2011 Carrboro Music Festival lineup
Above Gravity
Animal Alphabet
Anna Rose Beck
Archbishops of Blount Street
Big Fat Gap
Billy Sugarfix's Carousel
Birds and Arrows
Black Dog Syndrome
Blue Marble Beat
Blue Tailed Skinks
Bluegrass Battleship
Bolin Creek Harmony Boys
Bradshaw Quartet
Brett Harris
Brian & Mary Lewis
Bulltown Strutters
Chicken Fried Blues
Chuck Champion
Climb Jacob's Ladder
Completely Off Balance
Con Acento
Crystal Bright & the Silver Hands
DTL Trio
Dan Pelletier
Dave Laukaitis
Dave Strausfeld
David Spencer and Band
Diali Cissokho & Kairaba!
Dry River Trio
Durham Boys w/ Ronnie Parks
Durham Ukulele Orchestra
Eirch Lieth and One Sun
Element of Peas
Emerson Waldorf School Jazz Band
Eminent Smith
Eric Bannon
Fan Modine
Fat Bastard Blues Band
Free Electric State
Gasoline Stove
Gene Lloyd
Gravy Boys
Great Big Gone
Gut Lightning
Gypsy Town
Heath Tuttle
Hey Brothers
Holden Richards
Imaginary Numbers
In The Year of The Pig
Jamie Kay
Jamie Purnell
Jim McCann and Jazz Project
Jimmy Lovelace
Jo Gore and The Alternative
Joe Hero
Joe Woodson
John Wesley Satterfield
Johnny Paul Jason
Jon Batson
Jon Jackon
Joseph North
Justin Johnson
Killer Filler
Kitty Box & The Johnnys
Lang Baradell
Latin Sol
Le Weekend
Lilac Shadows
Loose Mood Experiment
Loose Screws
Lost Nomads
Lucky's Starlight Lounge Lud
Lynn Blakey
Mac Panky Mac
Magnolia Klezmer Band mahaloJazz
Mahogany Door Project
Marie Vanderbeck and Jazz Group
Mark Holland
Mimosa Winds
Mipso Trio
Miss Eaves
Molasses Creek
N.C. Saxophone Ensemble
Neuse River Flute Circle
New Town Drunks
Nick White
Nikki Meets the Hibachi
Off The Road Band
Onward Soldiers
Pagan Hellcats
Patrick Blackurn
Patrick Turner
Peter Smith
Prince Miah & The Girl Toyz
Puritan Rodeo
Radar's Clowns of Sedation
Real Time Dreaming
Richard Cooper & Trio
Right of Way
River City Ransom
Rough Cut
SAD Magazine
Saludos Compay
Samadhi Kirtan Band
Sandbox Band
Sarah Shook & The Devil
Sawyer- Goldberg Jazz
Scarlet Virginia
Scene of the Crime Rovers
Scott Dameron and Jay Ladd
Second Breakfast Second String Band
See No Weevil
Sevryn Schaller
Shawn Deena
Sherry Lea
Skippy Skip
Skyler Gudasz & the Ugly Girls
Something for Now
Southern Routes
Spoonful of Soul
Steph Stewart and the Boyfriends
Straight 8s
Stranger Spirits
Supreme Fiction
Taylor Slay
Tell Tale Hearts
The Ayr Mountaineers
The Breaks
The Cloers
The Duplicators
The Kingsbury Manx
The Lids
The Moaners
The Pneurotics
The Program
The Riff
The Shy Guys
The Stars Explode
The String Machine
The Swang Brothers
The Tender Fruit
Thee Dirtybeats
Tim Darrow
Tim Smith and Band
Tim Smith and Eileen Regan and friends
Tom Maxwell & The Minor Drag
Tom V
Tony Galiani and Band
Tony Low
Too Many Mandolins
Too Much Fun
Triangle Jazz Orchestra
Triple Fret w/ Scott Sawyer
Turntable Graveyard
Tyler Thigpen
Vagabond Union
Viva la Venus!
William D. Burton
Zeke Graves

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