Check out the featured artists on our Music Stage
SATURDAY JUNE 2
10:00 -11:00 am – Clint Baker's Hot Four
11:30 am -1:00 pm – Santos Perdidos
1:30 - 3:00 pm – The Scarlet Furies
3:30 - 5:00 pm – Vintage Music Collective
SUNDAY JUNE 3
10:00 – 11:00 am – The Randy Rigby Trio
11:30 am – 1:00 pm – Blue Latitude
1:30 – 3:00 pm – Red Skunk Band
3:30 – 5:00 pm – Bump City – Tower of Power Tribute Band
Clint Baker's Hot Four
Clint Baker and friends play the upbeat sounds of real New Orleans jazz, gypsy jazz and lightning fast swing, welcomed by audiences and thrilling jazz fans wherever they play.
Santos Perdidos is an acoustic Latin band based in the heart of the Mission, playing an eclectic mix of Son Cubano, Rumba Española, Bolero, and Afro-Peruvian Lando.
The Scarlet Furies
The Scarlet Furies is a folk/roots band fronted by a beautiful young singer, songwriter Raleigh Holmes. The Scarlet Furies have shared the stage with Leon Russell, The Subdudes, and Peter Asher, and have been getting rave reviews for their first CD "Dark Clad Company", as well as their new live release, “Bury Me In Symmetry”.
Vintage Music Collective
This lively and widely entertaining group of talented and eclectic musicians play roots reggae and soul music, providing the hot dance beats that urge fans to get up out of their seats and groove along with the band.
The Randy Rigby Trio
This lively and talented trio is led by Randy Rigby, an eclectic acoustic and electric guitarist, Jamie Mather on stand up bass and Kenneth Davis on drums and percussion–playing bright Latin beats and world jazz rhythms that delight audiences wherever they play.
Blue Latitude is the brainchild of producers/guitarists Randy Rigby and Ed Edwards, playing a collection of contemporary and smooth jazz with funky Latin-tinged rhythms, soulful vocals and dramatic arrangements.
Red Skunk Band
The Red Skunk Band puts together a truly authentic vintage-style sound that draws from Django Reinhardt 30’s European Jazz, and American roots traditions.
Bump City–Tower of Power Tribute Band
Bump City brings it to the stage in a big, powerful brassy way, as only a true horn band can, laying down a grove and playing all of the hits that Tower of Power is know for including What is Hip, Still A Young Man, Don’t Change Horses and So Very Hard To Go.