The just-announced music lineup doesn't disappoint.
The three-day festival, scheduled for July 12-14, boasts two outdoor stages on Lincoln Avenue and three indoor venues split between Old Town's east and west buildings.
Saturday's entertainment kicks off at noon, with the addition of the indoor stages. In the east building (ie, the new Old Town), Szold Hall will host a number of dance workshops — Brazilian, Tahitian, clogging — and the East Lobby will serve as the festival's hub for workshops and interactive jams (BYOI, bring your own instrument).
Closing acts on Sunday include The Black Lillies, who honed their country, roots, rock and blues sound in Tennessee; Bachaco, an international Afro-Caribbean roots and rock band based out of Miami; and Rajasthan Josh, a collective that fuses traditional and contemporary styles of Indian folk music.