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    MV Sounds – JULY 11 & 12, 2015

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    MV SOUND Festival

    July 11 & 12, 2015  

    Martha’s Vineyard, MA.

     

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    A two-day music festival is just 4 weeks away here on Martha’s Vineyard! The 2nd annual Martha’s Vineyard SOUND Fest will offer a diverse musical lineup ranging from indie, rock and folk, to reggae and hip hop. Visual artists and food vendors will peddle their wares and delicious eats, and a kids’ tent will provide fun games and crafts during the day. As they did last year, a group of local artists will be on the scene creating a collaborative painting inspired by the energy and happenings of the weekend. The focus is on local at this event. Local food, produce, artisans, shop owners, non-profit organizations, and visual artists will contribute to the festivities. MV sound 3Entertainment will continue beyond the main event with live music at satellite locations throughout downtown Oak Bluffs. Re entry will be permitted, so that attendees can take advantage of the ideal location: This year, the festival will again be held at Waban Park in Oak Bluffs, across from the Town Beach, where you can go for a dip in the water in between strolling through the vendor booths, snacking on delicious local food, and catching sets from your favorite bands.

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    The full lineup is forthcoming, but many amazing local, regional and national artists have already been announced. These include Ryan Montbleau, the Parkington Sisters, Kenyatta Hill of Culture, Mieka Pauley, Dwight & Nicole, Dana Williams, Mike Benjamin Band, Will Dailey, Fruit Flies, Johnny Hoy & The Bluefish, Sabrina & The Groovers, Nate D’Angelo, Crooked Coast, The Lynguistic Civilians, Alex Karalekas, Good Night Louise and The Chandler Blues Band.

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    MV SOUND is working toward a zero-waste event, and festival-goers will find free water refills available to anyone who brings their own vessel, as well as compost and recycling containers throughout the grounds. Vendors will be providing information about the sourcing of their local produce and materials.Sound-fest-crowd.JPG

    A portion of proceeds from MV SOUND will benefit Island non-profits contributing to sustainability on Martha’s Vineyard.

    Early bird ticket prices are available only through Memorial Day. Single day (Saturday or Sunday): $20. Weekend pass: $35.

    Grab early bird tickets while they last! www.mvsound.brownpapertickets.com

     

     To Submit a review for consideration hit us at lmnandr@gmail.com

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