CHECK OUT THE LIVE MUSIC LINEUP:
12:15 – 1:30PM
Ki-tun will open the street fair festivities and welcome back the farm-a-thon champions with their cool laid-back vibe. Ki-tun’s performances can most aptly be described as musical journeys. Inspirations from Indian raga, Latin styles, and American Blues traditions created these enchanting original compositions and rearranged traditionals. The pieces are structured to allow for meditative, soulful, and exciting interplays of melody, mythology, and rhythm. Ki-Tun believes in the power of locally grown food and food justice and are proud to volunteer their time and music to the food justice movement.
2:30 – 3:45PM
Mbusi – Born in South Africa, raised in NY City and currently living in Ithaca NY, Mbusi is the truth. He pours out his life experiences on every track, singing with a deeply talented voice and touching the hearts and minds of every person he comes across. His music can be described as simply mesmerizing. As of late Mbusi has been described as the R&B king. Take a minute and check out some of his videos. Join the movement of this talented new R&B musician.
4:00pm – til the dancin ends!
The Blind Spots – an Ithaca, NY based five-piece rock band features electrifying lead singer and force of nature, Maddy Walsh, a charging, intricate rhythm section, eclectic library of keyboard sounds, and bold and inventive electric guitar stylings. They got that paisley, loose-leaf tobacco, indie-pop feel, spilling out of the dark, ethereal space of homelessness and tumbleweed or crackling through a transistor radio over New York City rooftops and still all the ‘tude and sexiness of straight rock and roll… The Blind Spots’ trademark brand finds influences in John Lennon, Wilco, The Cars, The Clash, The Rolling Stones, Rilo Kiley, The Pretenders, Jack White, Regina Spektor, Elvis Costello, Keith Moon, Otis Redding, Michael Knight, parents and grandparents, dogs, memories, hangovers, sex, hope, and the utterly ridiculous.