Green Music Fest

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Green Music Fest
Photograph: Kaitlin Hetterscheidt
Green Music Festival brought a bike-powered stage and eco-friendly vendors to Wicker Park.

This environmentally conscious Wicker Park festival takes over Damen Avenue, bringing green vendors, food and biodiesel- and bicycle-powered (you can help electrify a stage by pedaling a stationary bike) live music to the neighborhood for two nights. The 2016 lineup boasts rootsy rockers Black Joe Lewis and Langhorne Slim as well as King Khan & The Shrines, Waxahatchee and Broncho.


North Stage
9–10pm King Khan & The Shrines
7:45–8:30pm BRONCHO
6:30–7:15pm Haley Bonar
5:30–6pm Boulevards
4:30–5pm Giorgio Murderer
3:30–4pm Clearance
3–3:30pm Mazi Dancers
2:30–3pm Well Then
12–2pm Little Kids Rock

South Stage
9–10pm Waxahatchee
7:45–8:30pm The Soil & The Sun
6:30–7:15pm Lily & Madeleine
5:30–6pm Allison Crutchfield
4:30–5pm Ratboys

Bicycle Stage
8:30–9pm Michele McGuire
7:15–7:45pm The Family Gold
6–6:30pm Christopher The Conquered
5–5:30pm Emily Nichols
4–4:30pm Ryan Joseph Anderson
3–3:30pm Epsy Smoker
2:15–2:45pm Young Hines
1:30–2pm Meagan Hickman
12:45–1:15pm Jennifer Hall
12–12:30pm Sweet Mary


North Stage
9–10pm Black Joe Lewis
7:45–8:30pm Jessica Lea Mayield
6:30–7:15pm The O'My's
5:30–6pm The Hooten Hallers
4:30–5pm Purple
3:30–4pm The Blind Staggers
2:30–3pm Nasty Snacks
12–2pm Little Kids Rock

South Stage
9–10pm Langhorne Slim
7:45–8:30pm Jared & The Mill
6:30–7:15pm Austin Plaine
5:30–6pm Dead Horses
4:30–5pm American Grizzly

Bicycle Stage
8:30–9pm Mike Maimone (of Mutts)
7:15–7:45pm Catherine Poulos
6–6:30pm Ian Leith
5–5:30pm Rich Jones
4–4:30pm The Heligoats
3–3:30pm Band Called Catch
2–2:30pm Sad Brad Smith
1–1:30pm Josh Rosen
12–12:30pm David Hayes

By: Zach Long


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