Art and food are being enjoyed by hundreds on Saturday at the Double Decker Arts Festival.
The local stage had a slight hiccup this morning after a sound board issue, so the line-up is slightly changed with most music pushed back about an hour and Machine Gun Kelley playing out of order.
12 pm Elemovements – BEGAN AT NOON
1 pm Kenny Brown
2 pm Machine Gun Kelley and the G-Men ( DELAYED FROM NOON)
3 pm Minor Adjustments
4 pm Rocket 88
5 pm Young Buffalo
4 p.m. – Fans enjoyed Jimbo Mathus and the Tri-State Coalition on the main stage before Chancellor Dan Jones visited with special guests from the university.
Live music continues through the afternoon as people continue to arrive at the festival.
Mavis Staples closed the festival by bringing everyone to their feet. The 72-year-old singer may have needed help even getting up and down the stairs for the stage but onstage her energy was infectious.
Full photo coverage from Bruce Newman is available here and stories will be available in Monday’s edition. (April 28, 2012)