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  • A New Brass Band

    Genres: Brass
    Address: 31 Sawin St
    Performance Time: 3:00 PM

    We’re a group of friends who are still looking for our permanent band name! We came together with a common love for the street band tradition, and have begun developing a purposefully diverse book of songs, ranging from covers of the Mad Caddies and System of a Down to Cumbia and New Orleans funk.

  • Aunt Mimi

    Address: 142-144 Herbert
    Performance Time:
    • 4:00 PM
    • 5:00 PM

    AUNT MIMI is an up-tempo, acoustic guitar duo performing pop hits with a rock edge. We cover material from the present decade to as early as the 1950s — from the Avett Brothers and Guster to the Kinks and the Everly Brothers. We combine harmony singing, varied guitar arrangements, and a wide range of styles in a way that keeps audiences listening and anticipating the next tune. Aunt Mimi’s overall sound incorporates American rock ballads, British pop, and country.

  • Bamboo and Cherry Blossoms

    Genres: Dancing and World
    Address: 69 Windsor St
    Performance Time: 5:00 PM

    Bamboo and Cherry Blossoms is a trio of two musicians and one dancer. We play traditional Japanese music and modern songs using koto (Japanese stringed instrument) and shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute). The dancer performs her original choreography using traditional Japanese dance and other dance styles.

  • Baza

    Genres: Blues
    Address: 20 Windsor Street
    Performance Time: 2:00 PM

    Acoustic duo (guitar, harmonica) performing American blues of the 1920s-1930s from the Delta and Piedmont regions, with an uptempo “Good Time” groove.

  • Blüs Cabaret

    Genres: Blues and Jazz
    Address: 36 Melrose St
    Performance Time: 2:00 PM

    A lyrical jazz, blues and poetry trio with vocals, electric guitar, electric bass. Poet/vocalist/flutist Herbert Krohn, guitarist John Mosca, and bassist Harry Wolfson have all emerged from local Jazz incubators John Payne School of Music in Brookline, and Morningside Music Studio in Arlington. Prior incarnations of BLÜS CABARET have appeared at the Museum of Fine Arts, Club Passim, and T. T. the Bear’s Place.

  • Casey LJ

    Address: 10 Cleveland
    Performance Time:
    • 4:00 PM
    • 5:00 PM

    Casey’s repertoire spans Country, Soul, Popular, Jazz Standards and originals with a singular American feel. Spanning a century of the American songbook, these are songs you know and love, whether you know it yet or not. Casey’s guitar and vocal renderings engage your ear with intricacy and nuance.

  • Celtic Jams

    Genres: Scottish and World
    Address: 54 Wyman Terrace
    Performance Time:
    • 2:00 PM
    • 3:00 PM
    • 4:00 PM
    • 5:00 PM

    Celtic Music Sessions–like you’d find at Irish pubs. The jams will be organized into specific traditions:Scottish, Cape Breton and Quebecois.

  • Chorus pro Musica

    Genres: Classical, Pop, and World
    Address: 24 Everett St
    Performance Time:
    • 2:00 PM
    • 3:00 PM

    Chorus pro Musica’s Arlington Porchfest debut! We’ll sing a mixed set of World Music, Classical favorites and a surprise song or two arranged from fun Pop Culture tunes. Chorus pro Musica is one of the great choruses of New England. The chorus consists of more than 80 highly talented musicians selected by audition, including several members who live in Arlington. Jaime Kirsch, Conductor (and Arlington resident), is also Director of Choral activities at Tufts University. Known for innovative programming and masterful performances, CpM has collaborated with such famed organizations as the Boston Philharmonic, and performed with Andrea Bocelli last December read more

  • Clam Manson

    Genres: Rock
    Address: 16 Milton St
    Performance Time: 3:00 PM

    Lube up and get stretched, this solo bass performance will leave more than just your mouth gaping. From hard rock, to hip hop backing tracks, all the way to solo compositions, this is a performance you will never forget. Ditch your life jackets and dive in, it’s time for Clam Manson.

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    Darol & Emy

    Genres: Americana
    Address: 137 Lowell St
    Performance Time: 3:00 PM

    Darol Anger helped found the David Grisman Quintet in 1975, with David Grisman and Tony Rice. The appeal and challenge of traditional American music stems from the way it melds other countries’ musical styles, said Anger, recounting how Grisman listened to music from around the world and wove it into the group’s work. Feeling this was the music he was born to play, Anger strove for symphonic, orchestral sounds in his own compositions, writing increasingly complex and difficult music as he integrated jazz and classical elements. Anger went on to found the legendary Turtle Island String Quartet, and sold over read more

  • DnA’s Evolution

    Genres: Rock
    Address: 226 Massachusetts Ave
    Performance Time: 3:00 PM

    DnA’s Evolution is a 2-piece original rock band from Taunton, MA. Derek plays the guitar things and sings some of the time. Adam plays the drum things and sings most of the time.

  • Foggy Mountain Consort

    Address: 53 Appleton St
    Performance Time: 12:00 PM

    Foggy Mountain Consort is a group dedicated to performing music from a wide historical range – starting with plucked string music and songs from as early as 1600. While this music is very old, it still rings contemporary when approached in the right manner. We mix old instruments with newer ones, old styles with a fresh approach, and mostly have a great time making music together. We try to play with all our heart and soul, have no fear, and enjoy the collaboration.

  • Gin Daisy

    Genres: Americana, Bluegrass, Folk, and Roots
    Address: 30 Cleveland St
    Performance Time:
    • 2:00 PM
    • 3:00 PM

    A cocktail of americana that’s behind the times by about 100 years. Formed when four good lookin’ musicians met at a bluegrass jam and wondered what would happen if they threw in some oldtime religion and minor swing. Inspired by a time where blues, jazz, and jugbands were young, the west had just been won, and the country was still gettin’ down to Appalachian murder ballads, yodeling cowboys, hoedowns, sea shanties and medicine shows.

  • Ginger Ibex

    Genres: Classical, Rock, and World
    Address: 43 Milton St.
    Performance Time: 5:00 PM

    Ginger Ibex makes use of strings, piano, and percussion along with a wealth of ethnic influences and selected classical chops to create a sound that is as hard to classify as it is beguiling.

  • Heart Attack Ack Ack Ack Ack Ack

    Genres: Rock
    Address: 35 Park St.
    Performance Time: 4:00 PM

    Heart Attack Ack Ack Ack Ack Ack is a Billy Joel cover band based in Boston, MA. Anchored by a professional dueling pianist and lifelong Billy Joel fan, the band’s dynamic live shows focus largely on Billy’s more rocking mid-70s to early-80s output and have been converting ‘too cool for school’ Billy Joel doubters one by one, while giving lifelong fans a chance to sing along with their favorites at the top of their lungs.

  • Here Makono – DrumConnection Troupe

    Genres: World
    Address: 177 Massachusetts Ave
    Performance Time: 3:00 PM

    Here Makono is DrumConnection’s Performance Troupe. For many years, especially at Arlington Center for the Arts Theater, we have performed for large audiences and packed houses! Today, we will perform on Mass Ave, Arlington in front of our School: DrumConnection.

  • Hill’s Pond Jug Band

    Address: 39 Orvis Rd
    Performance Time:
    • 2:00 PM
    • 3:00 PM

    Smack dab at the intersection of early blues, classic jugband, western swing, and the roots of country, sits Hill’s Pond Jug Band. Washtub bass and finger picked guitars anchor harmonic vocals and melodious riffs on mandolin, fiddle, banjo, and other instrumental surprises. Our band is comprised of Kathy Feinmann, Dennis Slafer, Ken Maser, Mike Gildesgame, and Michael Buonaiuto, Arlingtonians all. Come give us a listen!

  • Jane Park

    Genres: Folk, Indie, and Rock
    Address: 144 Medford St
    Performance Time: 4:00 PM

    Jane Park is a Korean-American songwriter who loves to explore themes from her Tennessee upbringing with the sounds and rhythms of alt-country and indie-rock. She has played all over the Boston area, and is excited to try new things and meet more artists! Her latest self-released title “Ghost Town” is the tale of a townie who never leaves their hometown.

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    Joint Chiefs

    Genres: Jazz and Other
    Address: 10 Daniels St
    Performance Time: 1:00 PM

    Joint Chiefs is a collection of accomplished musicians creating music with colors of Jazz, rock, funk, and hip-hop, led by rapper and virtuoso freestyler TJ Reynolds and silky-voiced sister Teresa Reynolds, with Todd Brunel, Jim Jordan and Gus Halwani. This will be a fun, high energy music party for kids and adults!

  • Klyma, Santospago & the not-afraid-of-heights band

    Genres: Americana and Bluegrass
    Address: 15 Lanark Rd
    Performance Time: 12:00 PM

    Andy Santospago writes songs, plays many stringed instruments and sings with groups in various styles ranging from Jazz to Americana. He can be seen and heard playing with Greg Klyma – a prolific songwriter and seasoned performer – at Gregs Americana Sunday weekly series at Thunder Road in Somerville. Joining the band will be seasoned performers Ian McMillan (drums), Neil Helme (Bass) and Aaron Goff (Mandolin).

  • Leon Rich

    Address: 43 Milton St.
    Performance Time: 4:00 PM

    A singer-songwriter – I play originals, classics and standards. Got my start years ago in Drum Corps as a horn player where I got hooked on the classics and jazz. I’ve been busking for several years, and perform in Harvard Sq. in spring and summer.

  • Life to the Machine

    Genres: Blues, Punk, and Rock
    Address: 1 Pond Terrace
    Performance Time: 4:00 PM

    Introducing Life to the Machine! A home-grown band of electrical engineers with a literary front-woman, we’ll electrify you with our capacious, curvaceous sound circuits, covers and originals included. Influenced by hard rock, grunge, blues, and punk, our music will interrupt your apathy and get you out from between that rock and hard place. (Drums: Brianna Klingensmith, Bass guitar: Martin Klingensmith, Guitar: Ryan Tarring, Vocals: Erica Moore).

  • Linda Marks and Terry Smith

    Address: 167 Massachusetts Ave
    Performance Time:
    • 4:00 PM
    • 5:00 PM

    Singer/songwriter/pianist Linda Marks and finger style guitar player Terry Smith team up to share an eclectic mix of jazz, pop, folk, Bossa nova, show tunes and original songs that will touch the heart and make you smile in an intimate, accessible way.  Music is a language the reaches deeper than words and bridges all divides. Linda holds a degree in Music from Yale University with honors and distinction.  While at Yale, Linda co-founded Something Extra, Yale’s 3rd women’s a cappella singing group, as a 17 year old freshman.  Linda released her first album of all original songs, “Dreams And Themes” read more

  • Louise Grasmere

    Genres: Blues and Jazz
    Address: 39 Orvis Rd
    Performance Time: 4:00 PM

    Grasmere’s sound is wholly her own – a unique fusion of jazz-influenced rhythm and blues seasoned with motown, gospel and soul. Grasmere has a voice that will lift you out of your seat and into the heavens — a vocalist with extraordinary emotional depth and an ability to embody the soul of each song she sings.

  • Luke Concannon

    Genres: Folk
    Address: 244 Massachusetts Ave #2
    Performance Time: 5:00 PM

    Luke Concannon is a chart topping English singer songwriter whose songs the BBC called ‘political intense angular and beautiful,’ The Guardian called ‘The Real deal,’ and of whom Ed Sheeran said (Luke’s song) ‘I want to be free is a song of the year for me.’  His live sets are engaging, joyful and world class, come party with us!

  • MCP

    Genres: Covers, Folk, and Rock
    Address: 63 Claremont Ave
    Performance Time: 1:00 PM

    Feel good cover band from the lumineers to Foo Fighters.  Come join us and sing along. MCP is a side project for The Burros as our dear friend and guitarist/keytarist is spinning his gears doing his bicycle thing in the ALPS.  While he is away well do all the songs he doesn’t like playing.  HEHEHE! Vocals Featuring: Thad Schilling and Debbie Richard Percussion:  Jim “Jimmal” Mayall Guitar and Vocals: MC Bass:  Stevie C

  • Midnight-Floyd

    Genres: Covers
    Address: 41 Dartmouth St
    Performance Time:
    • 4:00 PM
    • 5:00 PM

    Midnight-Floyd plays the music of Pink Floyd. We are a 4-piece band of local musicians playing the music of Pink Floyd, because we love Pink Floyd. If you love Pink Floyd too, you should check out Midnight-Floyd, because we will play you Pink Floyd. I know a room of musical tunes. Some rhyme, some ching. Most of them are clockwork. Let’s go into THE OTHER ROOM and make them work.

  • Morningside Jazz Ensembles

    Genres: Jazz
    Address: 80 Broadway
    Performance Time:
    • 4:00 PM
    • 5:00 PM

    Morningside Music Studio in Arlington Center is a place where people go to keep music as an important part of their lives. The groups for Porchfest will perform a variety of jazz styles. More info about Morningside at www.morningsidemusicstudio.com

  • Muse Stew

    Genres: Jazz
    Address: 115 Massachusetts Ave
    Performance Time:
    • 3:00 PM
    • 4:00 PM

    Muse Stew performs original compositions by bandleader Scott Samenfeld. We also perform our favorite jazz, Brazilian and Latin jazz tunes. Muse Stew has been performing in the Boston area since 19190.

  • Nate Taylor

    Address: 167-173 Massachusetts Ave
    Performance Time:
    • 2:00 PM
    • 3:00 PM

    Nate Taylor is a folksinger from Stroudsburg, PA. While working a two year stint in New York City, he realized that his true dream was to travel and play music. In February 2014 he left NYC to drive around the USA, write music, and perform. In April 2015, Nate moved to Medford, MA. Though Boston may be home now, his heart will always be on the road. Described by many as a 21st century troubadour, Nate weaves together vocals and acoustic guitar to create a sound both beautiful and transporting.

  • Nomad Dreams

    Genres: Jazz and World
    Address: 2 Mott St
    Performance Time:
    • 3:00 PM
    • 4:00 PM

    An eclectic mix of world beat tinged euro jazz . The female vocals of Vlada Brofman covers many languages and musical styles, jazz, blues, samba, chansons ( lots of), and a fair bit of original music contributed by her as well as pianist Georges El Bacha. There is also quite a bit of drumming thanks to Djembe by Issam El Hadouti and drums by Wing La. Chris Brenne on Guitar and Tom Curatolo on upright bass

  • Peter Buzzelle and The Academy

    Genres: Indie
    Address: 35 Park St.
    Performance Time: 3:00 PM

    Hailing from the great Northwest, where he was a founding member of the pop-noise band Frequency dB, Peter Buzzelle is a singer/songwriter that can best be described as a devotee to guitar-centered Power Pop in the tradition of Big Star, The Posies, and The Shins. Dig a little deeper, though, and you’ll find additional layers that demonstrate a keen sense of song craft featuring a dichotomy of joy and melancholy mixed into a style heavy on melodic hooks, original riffs, and the occasional odd time signature.

  • Phil Berman & the Flying Leap

    Address: 80 Broadway
    Performance Time: 3:00 PM

    Vaudevillian folk with with a wink, a nibble, and a quick turn of phrase. Phil Berman is a singer-songwriter in Cambridge, MA whose warm melodies and toothsome lyrics concoct a unique pop alchemy at the crossroads of Stephen Sondheim, Joni Mitchell, and Benny Goodman. With his honeyed, mercurial voice, and the deft, honkytonk thump of the band, Phil Berman & the Flying Leap creates a musical menagerie of timeless tunes and lush orchestrations hewn from the heart.

  • Pretty Rotten

    Genres: Blues, Jazz, and Rock
    Address: 85 Cleveland St
    Performance Time:
    • 2:00 PM
    • 3:00 PM

    We are an original Alternative/Rock band formed in and around Boston, MA. Formed in the summer of 2016 by twins Scott and Alex Bergeron. During the summer the band played several shows before their singer abruptly departed to Ohio. They spent a few months trying to find a replacement singer. In the meantime they began to write original songs. We will be showcasing our original songs as well as a few interesting covers.

  • Red stag

    Genres: Rock
    Address: 48 Palmer St
    Performance Time:
    • 3:00 PM
    • 4:00 PM

    Red Stag plays an entertaining mix of classic and current rock & blues with influences from Pink Floyd to Janis Joplin and everything in between.

  • Rick Drost

    Address: 31 Inverness Rd
    Performance Time: 1:00 PM

    Rick Drost, has been writing songssince the late ’60s with depth and heart: songs that repay repeated listening and convey a long love of classical music, natural wonders, poetry. Early inspiration came from Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen; lately his influences are David Wilcox and Vance Gilbert.

  • Samantha Farrell

    Genres: Folk, Jazz, and Pop
    Address: 80 Melrose St
    Performance Time: 4:00 PM

    Samantha Farrell’s ever evolving sound is an intersection of jazz, folk, pop and poetry. Her tone is unique and yet familiar all at once; at times playfully lilting and undulating, other times a sexy murmur, and a raspy declaration. Her latest album, “September Sun,” which was independently recorded and released in Arlington, MA, was voted as one of WUMB radio’s top 10 albums of 2016.”Samantha Farrell is proving once again that she’s Boston’s best kept secret with her new album September Sun. Her songwriting shines and her voice drips with soul and emotion.”- Jess Phaneuf, WUMB”Prodigious and undulating vocals that read more

  • School of HONK

    Genres: Brass
    Address: 31 Sawin St
    Performance Time: 5:00 PM

    School of HONK is where we learn to play music the street band way! Armed with trumpets and trombones, saxophones and snare drums, clarinets and sousaphones, our mission is to spread the joy of music-making by parading loud and proud around our neighborhood to inspire our friends and neighbors to join our fun.

  • Similar Jones

    Genres: Pop, Rock, and Soul
    Address: 594 Massachusetts Ave
    Performance Time: 2:00 PM

    Similar Jones is a high-energy vocal band, primarily rock and soul and influenced by elements of blues, funk, and jazz. Based in the Boston area and known throughout the country, we are one of the longest-running a cappella acts in the business, having started in 1997 and celebrating our 20th anniversary this year. Our repertoire consists of cover songs from the 50s, 60s, 70s, and today, and includes an growing number of original tunes. The Jones sound is marked by tight harmonies, intricate rhythms, innovative arrangements, and — most importantly — by a rock-solid groove. We are thrilled to be part read more

  • So Many Knobs

    Genres: Blues, Funk, and Rock
    Address: 259 Wachusett Ave
    Performance Time:
    • 12:00 PM
    • 1:00 PM

    Four dads over four decades unapologetically revisit their fondest rock of the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s for the sake of their children and the future of America.

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    Sons of Eve

    Genres: Folk
    Address: 53 Orvis Rd
    Performance Time: 12:00 PM

    We are Sons of Eve: A two person Alternative/Folk rock band that consists of brothers (Dashiell and Spencer Evett) located in Arlington, MA. We occasionally play with our cousins, Jessie and Toby, who sing with us.

  • Taal Mel

    Genres: Blues, Classical, Rock, and World
    Address: 66 Chandler St
    Performance Time: 4:00 PM

    We are a band that enjoys experimenting with the intersections of Indian film (Bollywood) music, western rock, blues music and Indian classical music through vocals, guitar and percussion. Our band name signifies the fusion of these genres – “Taal” in Hindi means beat, and “Mel” means fusion.

  • Tail

    Address: 37 Henderson Street
    Performance Time:
    • 4:00 PM
    • 5:00 PM

    TAiL a Boston band with global roots.Take five people from… Louisiana, Vermont, Connecticut, Ohio and Sweden. Add equal parts of folk, old-fashioned country, with a pinch of bluegrass and gospel. Put it into a pot of cover tunes from the last century. Spice with plenty of harmony vocals and add anoriginal or two. That’s Tail – rootsy, acoustic, and pleasant.What to expect? Songs of Neil Young, Beatles, Dylan, Traditionals,Steve Earl, Grateful Dead, Pixies, 80’s pop70s hits, originals.All presented with a very personal touch.

  • The 94s

    Address: 7 Tanager St
    Performance Time: 12:00 PM

    The 94s are an acoustic duo lead by the ‘awesome and strong voice’ of Nicole Cuff (Tom Bianchi, Booking Agent at The Burren) and the songwriting of James Cuff, with relatable songs and poetic, thought-provoking lyrics. They are artists and storytellers performing around the Greater Boston area, and released their debut acoustic album Somerland June of 2016 on Bandcamp. Nicole and James are working on new material with a full band expected for release late 2017: https://theninetyfoursband.bandcamp.com/

  • The Buzzkill Ramblers

    Genres: Rock
    Address: 135 Medford St
    Performance Time: 4:00 PM

    A high-energy blend of rock, blues and alt-country, featuring Arlingtonians Chris Gauthier (lead guitar) and Jeff Pyle (harmonica and guitar), along with Dan Simone (keys), Jeff Harris (bass), and Ben Crosby (drums).

  • The Cavalier Consort

    Genres: Classical
    Address: 49-49A Magnolia St
    Performance Time: 3:00 PM

    Named after the supporters of King Charles I of England, The Cavalier Consort has been playing 17th-century English music in greater Boston since 2013. They specialize in broken consort repertoire featuring combinations of viols and baroque violins among with harpsichord and theorbo, and they’ll even sing you a ballad or two.  The Cavaliers share a love of bizarre and wonderful music by composers such as William Lawes, John Jenkins, Christopher Simpson, and Matthew Locke. They’re joined by guest vocalist Anna de Bakker for their Porchfest show, which features stirring instrumental music from court and tavern interspersed with songs about royalist politics, sex and drinking.

  • The Dirty Dottys

    Genres: Pop, Punk, R&B, and Soul
    Address: 56 Florence Ave
    Performance Time: 12:00 PM

    The Dirty Dottys is a seven-piece, rump-shaking, heart-thumping group whose aim is to get the audience to move, groove and high-five their neighbors. Classic Motown and R&B-inspired originals along with nostalgic covers showcase rich vocal harmonies, honest, unpretentious lyrics and an eclectic instrumentation including three vocalists, vibraphone, trombone, upright bass, guitar and drum set. With this backdrop, we strive for our audience to let loose, dance and be unabashedly themselves! For music and more details, please visit www.TheDirtyDottys.com,www.thedirtydottys.bandcamp.com www.facebook.com/TheDirtyDottys@TheDirtyDottys

  • The Egg Queen

    Genres: Other
    Address: 10 Daniels St
    Performance Time:
    • 12:00 PM
    • 1:00 PM

    The Egg Queen plays rhythmic and non rhythmic music featuring electronic instruments, samples,looping, analog synthesizers, guitar, bass, and vocals.

  • The Galvanics

    Genres: Rock
    Address: 94 Appleton Street
    Performance Time: 12:00 PM

    New classics for the Last Days…original hard-edged rock with influences of the British sound and dashes of southern rock and psychedelia.

  • The Handpanler

    Genres: Other and World
    Address: 39 Orvis Rd
    Performance Time: 3:00 PM

    Atmospheric, meditative, percussive melodies, played by hand. Michael Buonaiuto (as The Handpanler)  will play original compositions on solo handpan  (an offspring of the steel drum, with a mellower resonance) during the break between Hills Pond Jugband’s 2 sets, somewhere around 2:45 pm.

  • The Harmonators

    Genres: Americana, Country, Pop, and Roots
    Address: 244 Massachusetts Ave #2
    Performance Time: 3:00 PM

    The Harmonators perform original material and their own take on favorites from the 60’s to present day hits. “We love to play the tunes we grew up listening to and still listen to. We strive to entertain our audiences through great harmonies, fine guitar work, and percussion instruments.” Joe, Glen, and De also co-host the Jam’n Java Open Mic at Kickstand Café.

  • The Klezniks

    Genres: Folk, Other, Roots, and World
    Address: 12 Whittemore St
    Performance Time:
    • 2:00 PM
    • 3:00 PM

    Traditional music from Eastern Europe (e.g. freylakhs, chosidls) and the middle east, with a bit of Broadway and jazz. Aram Hollman, fiddle and vocals; Jim Overly, keyboards and sousaphone; Marc Wolman, sax and dumbek, Carl Woolf, clarinet and viola. Aram also plays with contradance band Roaring Jelly. Jim plays with the Dirty Water Brass Band the the MIT Orchestra.

  • The Spicoli’s

    Genres: Covers, Pop, and Rock
    Address: 113 Palmer St
    Performance Time:
    • 2:00 PM
    • 3:00 PM

    We are The Spicoli’s will Melt with You!Every Little Thing we play is Magic!Come and Listen to our Heart at the Arlington Porchfest. Enjoy some of your favorite songs from the late 70s through the 80s Whether you Walk Like an Egyptian or take a Train in Vain, come see us at the Arlington Porchfest. One Way or Another, its Just What you Needed!

  • Triarky

    Genres: Brass, Funk, Jazz, R&B, and Rock
    Address: 189 Massachusetts Ave
    Performance Time:
    • 2:00 PM
    • 3:00 PM

    Power trio of Electric violin, Electric tuba, and drums performing all original rock, funk, soul, ska, metal, reggae. Super fun, high energy, unusual but easy to groove to. Neve rgoing to hear another band like Triarky! Visit us at www.triarky.com

  • Two-Mile Radius

    Genres: Blues and Rock
    Address: 11 Webster St
    Performance Time:
    • 2:00 PM
    • 3:00 PM

    Two-Mile Radius plays classic rock and blues. We are actually going to start playing at 1:30 pm for Arlington Porchfest on June 3, to avoid conflicts with other nearby porches.

  • Uke in the Afternoon

    Genres: Country, Folk, and Rock
    Address: 594 Massachusetts Ave
    Performance Time: 3:00 PM

    We are a group of ukulele players who meet together in the Community Room of the Robins Library, on the 1st, 3rd and 5th  Wednesdays of each month.  Our sound features the music of acoustic, wood ukuleles of all sizes (soprano, concert, tenor and bass).  We play an assortment of tunes, from the 1920’s through the 1970’s, in a wide variety of styles from country to rock.

  • Vaporware

    Genres: Folk, Jazz, Pop, and Rock
    Address: 226 Massachusetts Ave
    Performance Time: 4:00 PM

    Vaporware is an acoustic collective of musicians who get together monthly to make music and drink wine. They play a diverse mix of folk, pop, rock, and jazz covers and originals.

  • What She Said

    Genres: Covers and Rock
    Address: 41 Foster St (The Gibbs Building)
    Performance Time: 3:00 PM

    We play an eclectic collection of rock covers from several decades, including some Motown, classic rock, 80’s, alternative, and punk. If we like it, we play it. We have a blast and know you will too.

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