Saturday, September 26, 2015

TOMORROW: Indie Fest at Underground Station, kicking off at 12 noon.

Indie Fest 2015 is tomorrow (Sunday, September 27) at Underground Station. It's located on the 100 block of Bank Street between Main and the levee. There'll be music, art, beer, food and me campaigning from my camp chair.

The future of economic development in New Albany is the local economy. That's what Indie Fest annually celebrates. Thanks again to Kevin Zurschmiede for matching my $500 contribution to staging this festival, and although Jeff Gahan still has yet to follow suit, I'm confident he'll bring his check book to the event.

Indie Fest at Facebook

The musical roster is as follows.

Courtyard Performance Area
Set Times / Band Name
12:30 PM - Drew Alexander
2:15 PM - Salsa Dancing
3:00 PM - Indiana Joe & Arrow
4:15 PM - St. Aubin
6:30 PM - IN Lightening
7:45 PM - Fauna

North Stage Performance Area
Set Times / Band Name
1:00 PM - Ghostholler
1:45 PM - EMDW
3:30 PM - Kendra Renee Villiger
5:45 PM - Mercy Academy
7:00 PM - Catch Kennedy
8:15 PM - Tall Squares
9:00 PM - Bad Times Band

Indiefest back for fourth edition in New Albany, by Daniel Suddeath (N and T)

NEW ALBANY — Year four of New Albany Indiefest will feature rock and roll, local arts and crafts, and a new location.

The festival will be held from noon to 11 p.m. Sunday in the courtyard area of Underground Station, which is located at the intersection of Bank and Main streets. The festival will also occupy the 100 block of Bank Street.

In past years, Bank Street was blocked off between Spring and Market streets for the events. Marcey Wisman-Bennett, who is the lead organizer of Indiefest, said the Underground Station provides more space, and will be more conducive to the format of the hyperlocal festival.

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