Davis Music Festival planned June 25 in downtown Davis

By May 23, 2011

Nineteen bands, five venues and tons of fun — that’s what is promised by the first Davis Music Festival on Saturday, June 25. Organizers hope to make this an annual event.

Throughout the day, festivalgoers can choose between dancing, swaying, line-dancing or even head-banging. The line-up includes local bands like West Nile Ramblers, New Heirlooms and Uncle Tony, as well as popular California acts Conscious Souls from Pleasanton and Truth and Salvage from Los Angeles.

Five venues are planned in downtown Davis — the E Street Plaza in the 200 block of E Street, the Odd Fellows Hall at 415 Second St., Sophia’s Thai Kitchen at 129 E St., Delta of Venus at 122 B St. and Little Prague at 330 G St.

Tickets are $20, with all proceeds to benefit the Davis School Arts Foundation, which supports art, music and performing arts programs in Davis public schools.

For more information on bands and how to purchase tickets, visit http://davismusicfest.com.

Enterprise staff

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