togaIf you did Homegrown right, this should be the worst you have felt since Homegrown Sunday a year ago. But if you throw in the towel before the annual Lucé hangover breakfast, you will never forgive yourself. The music at the Looch features Gina Lee at 11 a.m. and Wes Hadrich with Greg Tiburzi at noon.

Afterward there is a free, family-friendly show at Sacred Heart, starting at noon with Taste the Feeling, Emily Haavik & Friends and the Ever-Changing Grass Band.

For the second year in a row, Club Saratoga will also be a Sunday venue. James & Younger and Peter Pain open it up, followed by Dan Anderson and his Silk Sheiks. The Sheiks will be playing the same slot, in the same venue, two years in a row — an unusual Homegrown repetition because it was so damn fun last year.

If you missed the music video festival the first two times, there will be another encore screening at Chester Creek Café at 2 p.m.

And now, congratulations, you’ve made it through eight days of awesome and are free to remain in your homes watching Down-town Abbey.


Sunday, May 5

Chester Creek Café Theater

2pm Homegrown Music Video Festival (encore #2)

Pizza Lucé

11am Gina Lee

12pm Wes Hadrich with Greg Tiburzi

Sacred Heart Music Center

12pm Taste the Feeling

1pm Emily Haavik & Friends

2pm The Ever-Changing Grass Band

Club Saratoga

1:30pm James & Younger

2:30pm Peter Pain

3:30pm The Silk Sheiks