WILLIAMSTOWN’S MUSIC FESTIVAL – MARCH 4 AND 5 2016

 

The Log, Spring St., Williamstown
7pm til whenever both nights

Tix available here eventbrite box office

 

ARTISTS (more to come)

Good Good return to the Billstock fold for a rare live performance.

Jen Crowell also returns for a second year.

Skylab makes its semi-annual appearance for a third time with new songs and a new lineup.

Scott Daniel and his ever-shifting, ever-renamed music collective will play Saturday night.

The mighty Trophy Husbands return to claim their prize for being the only act to appear at all six b-stocks.  Well done!

And brand new this year:  MothershipSoulBrutha, featuring Joshua Torres.   A multigenre cocktail of unrestrained funk, with a chaser of cool.

Traditional music merchants Long J0urney ease us into the weekend with an acoustic set Friday night.

Techno purveyor Jeff Hudson will play a – get this – GUITAR for a rare solo show.

Gordon Holey returns with his clutch of songs and throaty, wry delivery.

visit back often for breaking news and ticketing and scheduling updates. 

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6 Comments on “WILLIAMSTOWN’S MUSIC FESTIVAL – MARCH 4 AND 5 2016”

  1. Evel Knievel Says:

    I would jump 14 cars to go to Billstock.

  2. dude Says:

    ^mul shaven?

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  4. Amanda Bayliss Says:

    Where is it?


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