Tuesday features some peculiar programming. Tonight kicks off at Sir Benedict’s Tavern with Sing! A Women’s Chorus. Bent Paddle will feature late addition Jen West at 6pm, followed byacoustic rock by Morrow, danceable ditties by DJ Path Annu and rock sounds by Wndy.

Amazing Grace’s eclectic set progresses from the Americana shanty sounds of the Old Smugglers to the indie rock of Nio and then the bluegrass of Borderstone. Vikre Distillery hosts a couple of dynamic duos, Dance Attic and Similar Dogs, as well as an offbeat solo performer, Todd Gremmels. Prøve Gallery’s got an all-punk bill.

Grandma’s Sports Garden hosts the big show of the night. Fearless Moral Inventory sets the tone. Next come the Black-eyed Snakes with their raucous blend of bluesy-rock. Superior Siren closes the show with a set that’s sure to be both fierce and alluring.

The bill ends with the band formerly known as Play Date, now known as Àlamode, which has been wooing crowds with its high-energy shows since opening for pop star Aaron Carter last year at the Red Herring.

Sir Benedict’s Tavern on the Lake

6pm Sing! A Women’s Chorus


Bent Paddle Brewing Co.

6pm Jen West

7pm Morrow

8pm DJ Path Annu

9pm Wndy


Amazing Grace Bakery & Café

6:30pm The Old Smugglers

7:30pm Nio

8:30pm Borderstone


Zinema 2

7pm Homegrown Music Video Festival (Encore Presentation)


Vikre Distillery

7:30pm Dance Attic

8:30pm Similar Dogs

9:30pm Todd Gremmels


Prøve Gallery

8pm Monster Mob

9pm Torment

10pm Mind Control


The Sports Garden

8:45pm Fearless Moral Inventory

9:45pm The Black-eyed Snakes

10:45pm Superior Siren

11:45pm Àlamode


Dubh Linn Irish Pub

11pm The Farsights

12am Rick McLean

1am A Band Called Truman (confirmed)