Music fest benefits Davis schools

By June 21, 2011

Tickets are still available for the Davis Music Festival, an evening-long festival Saturday showcasing 20 bands at five venues in downtown Davis. The event, organized by Davis resident Danny Tomasello, is a benefit for the Davis School Arts Foundation, which supports art, music and performing arts programs in the Davis schools.

The line-up includes many local and regional bands and DJs, including Misner & Smith, Rita Hosking & Cousin Jack, the West Nile Ramblers, Truth & Salvage Co., DJ Vee (KDRT), Mr. Glass (KDVS), Jake Mann & the Upper Hand, Miss Lonely Hearts, Shayna & the Bulldog, Uncle Tony, DJ Donsequitur (KDVS), Conscious Souls, The Greening, Garrett Pierce, The Blank Tapes, Youth Rescue Mission, Fine Steps, G. Green, New Heirlooms and Musical Charis.

They will perform from 5:30 p.m. to midnight at the E Street Plaza, in the 200 block of E; Odd Fellows Hall, 415 Second St.; Sophia’s Thai Kitchen, 129 E St.; Delta of Venus, 122 B St.; and Little Prague, 330 G St.

Tickets are $20. To purchase them and view a full schedule, visit http://davismusicfest.com.

Enterprise staff

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