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Presented by Deutschtown Music Festival (Official Pre-Party of the 2017 Festival)

We will be celebrating 1967 and the fiftieth anniversary of the apex of Psychedelia all day and all night at James St. for charity.

Representatives from both the Southern Poverty Law Center and American Civil Liberties Union will be on hand to provide information and collect voluntary donations at the doors.

Bands will be playing one of a kind tribute sets to the music of 1967 along with their originals.

This is a FREE event!

Benefits (12:30pm - Ballroom 3rd Floor)
Post-punk garage pop

The Chiodi Trio (1pm - Speakeasy Basement)
Americana and traditional Jazz

YJJ's (1:30pm - Ballroom)
Soulful eclectic rock and roll

Paul Labrise (2pm - Speakeasy Basement)

Heavy Chest (2:30pm - Ballroom)
Electro indie folk

Vit DeBacco (3pm - Speakeasy)
Alternative folk rock

Red Room Effect (3:30pm - Ballroom)
Funk rock

Brother from Another Mother (4pm - Speakeasy)
Acoustic reggae rock

Brett Staggs and The Daylight Moon (4:30pm - Ballroom)
Country blues rock

Noots (5pm - Speakeasy)
Electro ambient

Gangwish (5:30pm - Ballroom)
Experimental alt-rock

J. Trafford (6pm - Speakeasy)
Jazz post-punk singer-songwriter

The Dovewires (6:30pm - Ballroom)

The Mixus Brothers (7pm - Speakeasy)
Americana psych-folk

The Semi-Supervillians (7:30pm - Ballroom)

J.D. Rau (8pm - Speakeasy)
Experimental alt-rock

Nameless in August (8:30pm - Ballroom)
Folk rock

Strange Monsters (9pm - Speakeasy)
Indie rock

Lee Robinson and ISKA (9:30pm - Ballroom)
Experimental jazz

Sun Hound (10pm - Speakeasy)
Alternative funky swamp rock

The Nox Boys (10:30 - Ballroom)
Garage punk rock

Black Ridge (11pm - Speakeasy)
Funky soul rock

Elkhound (11:30pm - Ballroom)
Alt-country rock

Charlie Hustle and the Grifters (Midnight - Speakeasy)
Jam blues

Rainbow Machine (12:30am - Ballroom)
Post punk

Poster Illustration by Joe Mruk

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