WARMfest Is Labor Day Weekend

400386_562186547166792_1036839001_n-353xINDIANAPOLIS – Single day tickets, daily lineup details and additional acts have just been announced for the inaugural three-day White River Arts & Music Festival (WARMfest) taking place on Labor Day weekend Saturday, Aug. 31, Sunday, Sept. 1, and Monday, Sept. 2, at Broad Ripple Park in Indianapolis.

Live music will be featured throughout the entire run of the family-friendly event on five stages and will include a mix of national, regional and local talent.

Saturday, Aug. 31: Mayer Hawthorne – Delta Spirit – Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. – Kopecky Family Band – We Are Hex – Roadkill Ghost Choir – Pravada – The Lonely Wild -Gabby Love – Gentlemen Hall – Josh Larner – Anderson East

Sunday, Sept. 1: Big Head Todd and the Monsters- JJ Grey & Mofro – Red Wanting Blue – Lily & Madeleine – JD Wilkes and the Dirt Daubers – Hero Jr. – Machines Are People Too – The Kingston Springs – Max Allen Band – Whiskey Bent Valley Boys – The United States Three – Bailiff – The Dub Knight – Brett Wiscons – The Easthills – Cory Williams

Monday, Sept. 2: Michael Franti and Spearhead – G. Love & Special Sauce – Special Guest TBD – DJ Logic – Woodstove Flapjacks – Action Jackson – Hazel Miller – James Wallace & The Naked Light – Staying for the Weekend – Indiana Jones – Oreo Jones – PHENOM – Carrie & The Clams – Jessie & Amy

Early bird single-day tickets are $30 per day and go on sale this Friday, June 14 at 10 a.m. at warmfest.org and ticketfly.com or charge-by-phone at 877-4-FLY-TIX (435-9849). Three-day admission passes for WARMfest are on sale now for only $70.

More artists and attractions will be announced for all three days. The wildly successful monthly event known as Indie Arts & Vintage Marketplace changes locations each month and for September will be held at WARMfest throughout the weekend. In addition WARMfest will also include waterfront exhibitions from local organizations, a dedicated area for non-profit environmental groups, recycling education areas, off-site parking with shuttle service to and from the event grounds and free bicycle parking at the event entrance.

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