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Gold Line Stage
Emerging Artists Stage
Carnegie Library Stage
Southwest corner of Mission and Fair Oaks
9pm Gardens & Villa
Known for their soaring vocals and unique blend of
driving, atmospheric guitar and synth--driven indie
pop, Gardens & Villa make a triumphant return to
Southern California after a successful national tour
and a breakthrough appearance at Coachella.
Electronic artist and musician Anenon (Brian Allen
Simon) combines dynamic live performance with
layered ambient textures and projected video imagery
to create a hypnotic, immersive concert experience.
7pm Yuval Ron Ensemble
The Yuval Ron Ensemble includes Jewish, Christian
and Muslim artists who form musical bridges
between people of various faiths and ethnic groups
while creating a unique mystical, spiritual and
inspiring musical celebration wherever they perform.
6pm Daniel Rosenboom Quintet
Hailed as “a phenomenon” by the LA Times and “one
of the most original, exciting, adventurous groups in
L.A. right now” by the LA Weekly, Daniel Rosenboom
is one of the leading lights of the West Coast new
music and jazz scene.
5pm Dublab Presents Benedek
Popular Dublab collaborating artist Benedek’s music
is summed up nicely in the excerpt from a recent
Pitchfork review: “boogie, funk, modern soul and lost
R&B to create a strange yet danceable new world of
4pm South Pasadena Transit Authority
Local favorites SPTA perform the best of the band
Chicago and other horn-driven R&B and Rock
Metro Gold Line Mission Station – Mission at Meridian Street
8pm Brad Colerick
Singer/songwriter Brad Colerick is known for his
evocative songwriting and distinctive vocal style and will
be joined by an all-star band consisting of some of the
best players in the LA area.
7pm Holland Belle
In the storytelling tradition of American Folk writers,
Holland Belle mixes blues, rock, and folk influences
with her technical training as a classical singer to create
stories of pain, love and ghostly loss.
6pm Aaron Embry
A uniquely inventive and original singer and songwriter
Aaron Embry is also a studio and touring musician
who’s worked with Elliott Smith, Edward Sharpe and the
Magnetic Zeros and Jane’s Addiction, among others.
4pm Zetz Klezmer Ensemble
Based in the klezmer traditions of Eastern European
Jews the Zetz Klezmer Ensemble add colors from across
the musical spectrum to create a high-energy, engaging
3pm Bones Muhroni
Alternative folk/roots/blues with a twisted, creative edge.
2pm Pieces of My Heart
Local artists Pieces of My Heart are an original indie/folk trio.
BurkeTriolo Studio – 538 Mission Street
8pm The Buttertones
This Hollywood band returns some long lost flavor to the
sounds of Los Angeles nightlife. With an optimistic pulse
and affinity for texture The Buttertones are experienced at
making heartbreak and rejection easier to swallow.
An indie rock group tied together by a shared nostalgia
from the music of their youth and dreams for the future,
Torches have made airtime on KROQ, KCRW, MTV’s
Catfish and Underemployed.
6pm Kera and the Lesbians
Bi-polar folk from Southern California.
The hormonally charged pop music of Babes is simply an
extension of the hormonally charged people who make
it. Babes will release their debut, self-titled EP on Harvest
Records on May 27th.
This garage rock power-pop band from LA describe
themselves as “boys & girl rockin’ ur world,” with
influences by Big Star, Alvvays, Redd Kross, Francoise
Hardy, The Velvet Underground,The Cranberries and
3pm Jubilo Drive
An alternative rock band from Orange, California, Jubilo
Drive has started a journey to create music that reflects
the emotions of the geography they inhabit.
2pm Kat Roemer
Soulsy-folksy singer & songwriter from Southern
California, Kat Roemer looks to spread a little love with
music in mind.
Between sets & after hours DJ Conway
1115 El Centro
9pm Elliott Caine Quintet
Elliott Caine has performed and/or recorded with Teddy
Edwards, O.C. Smith, Wycliff Jean, Beck, and The
Beastie Boys, among many others and he and his combo
will offer a set of “Blue Note” style jazz.
8pm Mark Hatch & Group 5
Consisting of five veteran musicians who use the classic
60’s jazz quintet as a launching pad and incorporate a
broad spectrum of influences that add up to a new result.
Mark Hatch & Group 5 have played with Ray Charles,
Freddie Hubbard, Jeff Beck, John Williams, Randy
Newman and many others.
7pm John York
A former member of The Byrds and the Sir Douglas
Quintet, John York has also worked as a session
musician for The Mamas & the Papas and Johnny Rivers.
6pm Rick Shea
A skilled folk, country and rock vocalist, songwriter and
guitarist, Rick Shea has released 9 widely-praised albums
and worked with Dave Alvin, “I See Hawks in LA.”
Doors open at 5:30pm
Wine & Beer Garden + Food Court
SPARC Rhythym Workshop
The South Pasadena Arts Council is honored to have our
own Jaz Sawyer, accomplished jazz drummer conduct
these free Rhythm Workshops for Families at the SPARC
Gallery. What is rhythm? How do you keep a beat? Participants will explore different percussion instruments and
learn about the percussion family. The best part is you get
to play and have fun!
Sign up at SPARC Gallery to participate.
Workshop 1 2-2:45pm
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Wine & Beer Garden + Light Snacks
The Art Experience presents A Feathered Forest
“Trees” come to life with this family art activity where birds
will be created out of a variety of materials including paper,
fabric and found objects. 5 - 9 pm at the Gold Line Stage.
Orenda Records Stage
South Pasadena Music Center & Conservatory
1509 Mission Street
6pm Alexander Noice Sextet
Guitarist, composer and producer Alexander Noice is
known for his virtuosic, highly personalized playing style
and compositional approach, all of which is front and
center in his cutting-edge, boundary defying quintet.
5pm Cathlene Pineda
Cathlene Pineda and her quartet effortlessly glide from
group melodic improvisation to composed rhythmic motives, incorporating elements of song form and classical
composition, tonality and color.
4pm Gavin Templeton Trio
With Templeton on alto saxophone, Richard Giddens
on bass and Gene Coye on drums - each a virtuoso in
his own right - this power trio plays with fearless energy,
extraordinary sensitivity, and heartfelt emotion.
Wine & Beer Garden + Pizza
The South Pasadena Arts Council is pleased to partner with
Bella Fitness to present an interactive dance event at the
Gold Line Stage area between sets on the music stage.
This will be an opportunity to learn Zumba and Hip Hop
dance moves and get your daily exercise at the same time.
5:45 - 6:00 pm Hip Hop Fitness
6:45 - 7:00 pm Zumba Fitness
7:45 - 8:00 pm Zumba Fitness
South Pasadena Public Library Community Room
SPARC Gallery - 1121 Mission Street
8:30pm Powdercoat (Kristin Mooney, Claire Holley)
Their Powdercoat EP produced by Greg Herzenach
was selected winner of the 2014 Mississippi Institute of
Arts & Letters Awards for Popular Music Composition
and Huffington Post called it “one of the year’s loveliest
7:30pm Aaron and Jane Music (Aaron Therol, Jane Kim)
One guy. One girl. One guitar. One cello. Aaron and Jane
bring a unique blend of music in their singer-songwriter
duo that will capture your heart.
Bungalow 1026 – 1026 Mission St
6-8pm Scout’s Honor
South Pas High grads playing Beach Boys, soft rock
Old Focals – 1110 Mission Street
7pm Double Naught Spy Car
Sweat drenched shows harkening back to 50’s jazz clubs
Grassroots Natural Market – 1119 Fair Oaks Ave
Hear Disco Mechanic on the sidewalk in front of
the new Trina Turk Outlet at 1030 Mission street.
And don’t miss the buskers appearing around town
12-3pm DOMA CARTA
Los Angeles-based acoustic rock band DOMA CARTA
draws influences from Europe and the Middle East.
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Orenda Records Stage
538 Mission Street
Open Studio featuring “The Paradise Circus” by
JT Burke and new works by Lorraine Triolo.
1510 Mission Street
Face painting from 2-5pm
1500 Mission Street
Featuring the posters & T-shirts of Manuel Meza, and posters & prints by Jan Pacursa.
Gold Line Stage
The Art Experience presents
A Feathered Forest, a family art activity where “Trees” come
to life. 5-9pm
Kaldi Coffee & Tea
1019 El Centro Street
Asian-themed paintings by Ericali J.
Hendricks Burgess Gallery
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Gold Line Stage*
South Pasadena CA 91030
*Food & Beverage
803 Fremont Avenue
Facilitates a community mural & live music.
Commemorative posters and tee shirts
are available at the Eclectic, Gold Line
and Emerging Artists stages.
Your purchase helps keep the music free!
1006 Mission Street
Christine Yelich Roberts will be showing items from her jewelry line, Bellagazoo.
Art Work Place/Green Brooms Music Academy
Support your Music Fest!
920 Lohman Lane
Featuring the art of Alex Muresan
The Dinosaur Farm
SPACE Arts Center
Emerging Artists Stage*
Arroyo Seco Racquet Club
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Art Walk: Galleries, Studios & More
1504 Mission Street
“Three Perspectives” will feature artists Leon Loughridge,
Laura Wambsgans and Elizabeth Kelley.
1512 Mission Street
Presents Golden Books Bird Houses by Paul Murray
1110 Mission Street
Featuring works by painter Allison Caesar.
SPACE Arts Center
1506 Mission Street
“Gimme Shelter,” a group show redefining the concept of
home for our feathered friends
1121 Mission Street
Jane Brucker - “Bouquet”, artworks using fabric
and found objects
1020 Mission Street
Martina Moreno will exhibit prints from her original
illustrations, book-markers and magnets
“South Pasadena is for the Birds”
Event produced by
SPACE Arts Center presents a community exhibition and
competition of one-of-a-kind birdhouses. The goal of this
exhibit is to inspire creativity in people of all ages while providing Southern California birds with safe havens. Prizes will
be awarded in 2 age groups for expression of Creativity,
Craftsmanship and Best Use of Materials.
Winners announced at 5:15 p.m.
Located in the Library Park at the Carnegie Library Stage
Michele Downing, Chair
Laurie Wheeler, Interim Executive Director
1121 Mission Street, South Pasadsena, CA 91030
See 100 unique birdhouses hanging from the trees
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