Saturday, May 25 • Community Bandstand • Free
11:15 am • ConunDrums
This high-energy women’s percussion group enthralls audiences with traditional African drumming. Bring the kids!
Noon • Swamp Funk Quartet
The crossroads where funk, soul, and blues come together. Imagine a gumbo of The Meters, Jeff Beck, John Scofield, Little Feat, and Freddie King, and you’ve got the SFQ sound.
1 pm • Nicole Chillemi
Local singer Nicole brings her unique interpretation to your favorite jazz tunes.
2-3:30 pm • Jacob Jeffries
Fresh off a tour in the Big Apple, this Florida band plays great original songs reminiscent of the Beatles and Tom Petty but with their own unique style.
3:30-5 pm • Shawn Mullins
A Grammy nominee with Decatur roots, Shawn’s music has been featured on several TV shows. He performs a unique blend of folk rock, alternative and Americana.
Sunday, May 26 • Community Bandstand • Free
Noon • Sehwe Village Percussion
An African drum percussion group guaranteed to get your Sunday off to a rousing start. Bring the kids!
1 pm • BooHoo Ramblers
A roots-oriented group playing original and cover tunes that blend traditional, country, folk, rock, blues, and bluegrass styles. A fixture on the Atlanta music circuit.
2 pm • Bonaventure Quartet
With their swaying, jazzy, Reinhardt/Grappelli gypsy-inspired music, and Amy Pike on vocals, the quartet does an amazing job of capturing an era. They have a new CD coming soon.
3 pm • Frankie’s Blues Mission
These guys are on a mission to bring the best of blues, jazz, R&B, and Zydeco to our stage. Frankie Lee Robinson’s vocals and guitar artistry are backed by a powerhouse band.
4 pm • Delta Moon
What better way to close out our program than with Delta Moon, where sinuous Mississippi blues meets the gritty backwoods twang of Appalachia and winds around a rock-steady beat like kudzu on a barbwire fence. The driving lap steel guitar of Tom Gray and bottleneck slide of Mark Johnson are guaranteed to get your feet moving.