The third evening of the Homegrown journey begins at 6 p.m. at a stellar new venue, Ursa Minor Brewing. Put on your boogie shoes for Dance Attic, the quirky, upbeat accordion/guitar duo.
If you missed the first showing of the Homegrown Music Video Festival, there’ll be a an encore presentation at 7 p.m. at Zinema 2.
A concentration of Canal Park venues within easy walking distance of one another gives festival goers the option of popping in for few songs here and a few songs there. Amazing Grace will host foot stompin’ country gospel tunes by the Holy Hootenanners. Dyad will be dropping delectable beats at Vikre Distillery, which should pair well with those classy cocktails
Per usual, Grandma’s Sports Garden hosts the most substantial show of the night. Glen’s Neighbor will set the stage with some rockin’ Americana.
Next up is Ingeborg von Agassiz, who is “pumped” for the set. It’s the largest Homegrown venue yet for the enchanting electronic folk artist whose mortal name is Emma Rustan. “Homegrown helped to inspire me to get my act together (literally) back before I ever performed live,” says Rustan.
What can the uninitiated expect from the show? “I’m gonna bust out some new tunes and you may even see me step away from my rig and dance or something,” quips Rustan. “No, I will definitely not dance. But I may shimmy.”
The Slamming Doors follow Rustan with their lively brand of roots rock. Capping it off, Big Wave Dave & the Ripples will bring the funk and keep the crowd shaking.