Saturday, Jun 26, 2021 12:00p -
Craft Food Hall Project
3 Maguire Rd
Lexington, Massachusetts 02421
Alcohol, Date Idea, Festivals & Fairs, Food, Innovation, Kid Friendly, Meetup, Music, Nightlife, Party, Performing Arts
Red on Red Records' First Ever Summer Showcase
In Partnership with Craft Food Halls
OUTDOOR MUSIC FESTIVAL, THE FIRST OF THE SUMMER, TWELVE GREAT INDIE BANDS!
Red on Red Records is Boston's newest and most discerning indie label, owned and operated by a woman musician, supporting female-powered pop, punk, alt-rock, and Americana bands.
Craft Food Halls is the first sous vide food hall: A place to escape, relax and rejuvenate. A place to discover culinary excellence crafted by artists and produced by artisans. A place to form new friendships and feel the warmth of community in a welcoming and entertaining environment replete with unique artisanal, hand-crafted, chef-developed dining experiences with positive vibes!
Please join us for an all-day music festival where you can catch these hot Boston indie artists:
– Boston legend and vocal powerhouse Andrea Gillis with her band of icons
– All-woman supergroup WhistleStop Rock performing their summertime hit "Queen of the Drive-In"
– New musical collaboration Lee Harrington & Lynda Mandolyn, featuring members of local legends – – The Neighborhoods and Portland Maine's Tiger Bomb
– Boston Music Awards sweep-queen Linnea Herzog with her new trio Linnea's Garden
– International powerpop superstars Kid Gulliver
– Mod pop airplay rulers The Chelsea Curve
– Indie chart toppers Justine and the Unclean
– Art pop charmers The Daylilies
– Americana Highways favorite, alt-rockers Devil Love
– Upstart melodic punk trio and WGBH song of the week winners The Jacklights
– Jangle-pop hitmakers Cold Expectations
– Americana/rockabilly trio Justine's Black Threads
This festival marks the end of pandemic restrictions and the beginning of the summer concert season at Craft Food Halls. Come celebrate with us!!
12noon-8pm, Saturday, June 26 (rain date June 27)
At Lexington's beautiful Revolution Hall
Family friendly. Food, soft drinks, beer and wine available for sale in the hall.
Bring lawn chairs, blankets, and T-shirt money!
Free parking, bike path access