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Carlsbad Music Festival Village Walk

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Carlsbad Music Festival Village Walk
400 Carlsbad Village Dr
Carlsbad, CA 92008
Region: North County Coastal
Join us on Saturday, June 18th from 2:30 to 10:00 PM for a day of adventurous music and fun by the beach. Over 30 performers will take the stage at locations around the Village, plus there will be a beer garden, food trucks, an artisan market and much more.
We’re also excited to announce our first round of performers which includes San Diego Opera Soprano Anishka Lee-Skorepa, Christopher Douthitt, Dani Bell and the Tarantist, G Burns Jug Band, Inspired and the Sleep, John Meeks, Kamini Natarajan, Kyle Motl, LA Edwards, Leila Adu, The Liquorsmiths, Carlsbad Music Festival Founder Matt McBane, The Oxen, Paper Days, Peter Kuhn Trio, Red Fox Tails, Son de San Diego, Trouble in the Wind, Zimbeat and more to be announced!
 
Carlsbad Music Festival Village Walk – An Adventurous music by the beach – featuring 30+ performances in three days in the charming seaside Village of Carlsbad.
The Village Music Walk will feature more than 30 musician performing at 14 indoor and outdoor venues from 2:30 to 10 p.m. The performers are a mix of local and touring artists from a variety of musical genres, including jazz, rock, opera, contemporary classical, electronic, bluegrass, world, psych pop, folk-rock, punk and much more.
Carlsbad Music Festival is a 501(c)(3) organization that aims to engage and inspire local, national, and international communities of composers, performers, creators, and concert-goers through world-class performances of adventurous music.
CMF is committed to premiering new works, programming fresh and compelling music, and providing professional opportunities for established and emerging performers. Founded in 2004 by composer Matt McBane, CMF strives to enhance Carlsbad, California as a cultural center, engaging diverse audiences and providing wide accessibility by integrating events within community spaces. Now in its twelfth season, CMF has achieved a level of artistic integrity and vision that has been praised as “one of the area’s most innovative music showcases” (KPBS, San Diego’s NPR affiliate), “phenomenal” (U-T San Diego), “a starry array of new music specialists” (Alex Ross, The Rest is Noise) and “magnificently enlightening” (Los Angeles Times). In 2010, CMF won ASCAP’s Award for Adventurous Programming.

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