Saturday April 16, 2:00-11:00 pm
by Frani Green
Greetings beautiful people! We are excited to bring to you our Spring 2016 Peace and Love Festival, benefiting the Lake Claire Community Land Trust, our oasis in our awesome city! We have some wonderful new artists for the Artist’s Market, face painting, food and drinks, a raffle and a bake sale, and of course some great music to keep you entertained and moving and grooving to some awesome tunes! This is a family event, all ages welcome. (We’ll have fresh sand on the sandpile.) Suggested donation: adults $10, teens $1, kids under 12 free. Please keep your critters at home.
My Imaginary Band
We continue to bring our kid/teen bands out as they have grown along with us. (Others TBD.)
This band met as a result of Ladies’ Rock Camp in 2015 and were members of the She She R’s, who performed last year. Whiskey Pigs plays a variety of cover music, mostly ‘70s and ‘80s classic rock.
Ted Pettus/Cledus Jeremiah Jones
Insightful Americana, somewhere between John Prine and Dr. John . . . so fun!
Tony Levitas and Friends
Tony Levitas is a songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist. He is a native Atlantan and has been in the music business over 30 years, penning dozens of songs. He has been in a number of bands, most notably as lead vocalist, guitarist and principal songwriter for Arms Akimbo, who had several records out and a video which appeared on MTV. Tony writes passionate songs about life, love, loss, yearning and hope.
Blending traditional and modern elements of West African tribal drumming, the Sensua Players perform with a passionate and spiritual intention.
Lefty Williams Band
Lefty Williams has established a reputation as a great rock guitarist and songwriter. His songs have real depth and power. They are more than just catchy pop numbers, speaking to the heart about life and the experiences we all share. With the release of All In, and a new relationship with Tree Leaf Music, his audience continues to grow. This is Lefty’s first time playing for us, we are so honored!
Please respect our Land Trust. Tread lightly. Use recycling and trash containers. Mind your children. Cigarette smoking in only designated areas.
Respect our neighbors. Everything we do at the Land Trust depends on their tolerance and good will. Take MARTA, carpool, walk, ride your bike. If you drive, park at Clifton Sanctuary, 369 Connecticut Ave. Do not park on side streets. Keep your voices down when leaving.
Invite all your friends! Bring cash! Have as much fun as possible! Can’t wait to see you all there! Love on your heads!