Maine Nonprofit, Launchpad, to Bring Back Spring Music Festival in Belfast, Maine on May 16th
Launchpad is proud to announce the first All Roads Music Festival, set for May 16th in Belfast, Maine. The festival, seeking to fill the shoes of the now departed Free Range Music Festival, will be a celebration of local and indie music talent will bring some of Maine’s finest emerging music talent under one banner for the first time in a city known for its passionate support of the arts and locally grown creative talent. Lineup includes Lady Lamb, Spose, The Mallett Brothers Band, Spencer Albee, Tall Horse, Whale Oil and more. Musician lead panels and a Song Writers Circle are also part of this event. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 20th and will be available on the organizations website at wearelaunchpad.org/allroads/tickets .
This grass-roots project came to light after Kimberly Callas of the Belfast Creative Coalition contacted Launchpad Executive Director, Meg Shorette, in the hopes of a potential collaboration. All Roads Music Festival seeks to be the pinnacle celebration of local and indie music talent from both Maine and regionally in partnership with the Belfast Creative Coalition annually. This May, performances will be held in multiple venues throughout the city of Belfast, Maine.
Tickets for the one day event are on sale now. A $25 VIP Passes (Admission to all festival performances and events on Saturday, May 16th including the Festival Wrap Party at 3 Tides & Marshall Wharf Brewing Company + an invitation to the Festival Opening Party on the evening of Friday, May 15th) and $20 Festival Passes (Admission to all festival performances, artist lead panels and a Song Writers Circle on Saturday, May 16th. Does not include the Festival Opening or Closing Party). A limited quantity of tickets for individual performances will be available for purchase (depending on availability) at the venue box office in advance of each show. Tickets are $7 for adults, children under 5 are free. All venues are general admission.
“We are so thankful to the Belfast Creative Coalition for bringing this opportunity to us, to the Free Range Festival organizers for their guidance & support and especially the Belfast & surrounding Waldo County communities for creating an environment that makes All Roads feel welcome. All Roads is a great example of how Launchpad & communities can work together to support the arts. We are all looking forward to an amazing event! ”- Meg Shorette, Executive Director of Launchpad.
Launchpad is a Maine arts non-profit dedicated to serve as a support network for young, up-and-coming Maine artists and as an arts incubator building creative connections in Maine & beyond through artist residencies, arts education, and artist-led projects & events.