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KVMR celebration – schedule of musical events

KVMR celebrates its 30th anniversary with 25 musical acts ranging from hip hop to bluegrass, jam bands to reggae, folk to rockabilly and more. Here is the performance schedule:


Starting at 8 p.m. in Miners Foundry: Special guests from Texas, Moses Guest alternating sets with local favorites Buck Love & The Humperheads


From noon to 5:30 on the “Spring St.” stage:

Noon – Paul Emery

12:30 – The Wilson Triplets

1:15 – Paul Kamm & Eleanore MacDonald

1:45 – Christine & Rob Bonner

2:15 – The Nut Boyz

3 – Andrew Hodgson

3:30 – Kimberly Bass & Friends

4:30 – Grease, Grit and Grime

From noon to 7 p.m. on the “Deer Creek” stage (behind the Miners Foundry):

Noon – Inya Eeya

1 Ð Remley

1:30 – Cousin Cricket

2:15 – Mystafya

3 – Jimmi Accardi’s Rockabilly Trio

3:45 – Al Simmonz

4:15 – Kings & Queens

5:15 – The Cheatin’ Buzzies

6:15 – Lorraine & the Burning Sensations

Starting at 7:30 p.m. until we finish in the Miners Foundry Great Hall:

7:30 – Dakota Sid

8 – Rita Hosking and Cousin Jack

8:45 – Anderson Family Bluegrass Band

9:30 – Mountain Laurel

10:15 – The Richard March Band

11 – Vikki Lee & The Pinecones

Also, on Saturday from noon to 5:30 p.m. on the “NC Winery/PowerUp” stage: Power Up founders Kelly Casterson & Reinette Senum present a fact-filled series of presentations with assistance from PG&E and other special guests throughout the day.


For more info on the acts contact Mikail Graham at: 477-0929 or at info.ncme@gmail.com.

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