Since 2009, the now heroic hometown music fest has brought the cutting edge of rock and roll, rap and hip-hop, and electronic music to Stinson Park in Aksarben Village each year. Well, except for last year.

The annual all-day Omaha outdoor festival will again feature some of the best acts the world over. That includes the psychedelic-soul-funk trio Khruangbin, twice Grammy-awarded bass-wizard Thundercat, groovy art-pop outfit Japanese Breakfast, alt-country goldmine Drive-By Truckers and harmonious folk-duo Shovels & Rope. But there are grand local artists, too: including roots-rock swingers Matt Cox & The Marauders, transcendent ukuleleist Edem Soul Music, Saddle Creek era-inspired Dirt House, spiritualistic emcee J. Crum, dynamic turntablist Kethro and worldly DJ Crabrangucci – all sharing one stage. Keep Maha safe and chill!

Find more live music in Omaha this July: HooDoo Blues by B.J. Huchtemann.


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