Peaceful Streets: A Music Series Benefitting APEX Youth Center For the 2nd year, Kelcy Mae and music friends are putting together a show to promote safety for New Orleans youth and peaceful streets across the city. Benefitting, APEX Youth Center, Peaceful Streets will feature Alexis & the Samurai, Johnny Sketch, Luke Allen, and Kelcy Mae, from 5:30pm-9pm. Ticket information will be available soon!
DJ Robzilla and I will be hosting/DJing the event as well as performing throughout the entire length of the festival! The Funky Farm Festival is a 3 day multi-genre camping event, hosting diverse live music, live art, and an array of unique vendors. Benefiting the DD214 & Never Say Never Foundations, this 21+ festival is the newest addition to a long line of epic events held on the property. Located on a historic 40 acre working farm in beautiful Brooksville Florida, the venue is home to 2 performing stages, a live art stage, and a traveling stage that tours the grounds behind our one of a kind tie-dye tractor! The Funky Farm not only wants to create a unique festival experience but, we work diligently to ensure a fun and affordable weekend for all of our supporters. Being one of the most reasonably priced music fests in Florida, boasting an unforgettable venue and some of the best bands in the southeast, you can enjoy live performances, free camping and as much funkiness as we can pack into 40 acres, all for just $30. So join us Mother’s Day weekend and let’s be a part of history!
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"[JSDN’s] Jazz Fest set was a revelation...jam band bonhomie and Louisiana stroll spiced with
klezmer-style violin and funeral-parade horns...what you get if Phish had been born at Tipitina's and studied under George Clinton and Frank Zappa late every night on the levee."- David Fricke, Senior Ed...See Full Bio
“Johnny Sketch and The Dirty Notes are one of New Orleans best kept secrets - maybe. .....Pain, Pleasure, Fear and Opera (Noiselab) is their third album. But the bands Jazz Fest set was a revelation to me: jamband bonhomie and Louisiana stroll spiced with klezmer style violin and funeral-parade horns... Pain is more of that punch: what you you'd get if Phish had been born at Tipitina's and studied under George Clinton and Frank Zappa late night on the levee.”