Fourth Annual WhoDat Music Festival in Greensboro on August 15
Greensboro – WhoDat Festival is an all-day, non-commercial, participatory event that celebrates the diversity of North Carolina artists and musicians. Doodad Farm, an outdoor community venue 10 minutes from downtown Greensboro, invites people of all ages to participate in inclusive art-making, skill shares, and open mics at the fourth annual WhoDat Festival.
WhoDat begins at 12 noon on Saturday with an open mic followed by scheduled bands through the evening, as well as acoustic performers on the new Doodad satellite stage! On Saturday night, attendees are invited to camp out in the fields.
Scheduled performers include The Chit Nasty Band, Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands, The Midatlantic, The Tan and Sober Gentlemen, The Tills, See Gulls, and Vaughn Aed! Additionally, QORDS (a queer youth music camp) will kick off the festival with performances by local youths and local songwriters will play intermittently on the WhoDat satellite stage. Throughout the festival attendees can expect community art projects, skill shares, art vendors and food trucks. Attendees won't want to miss a competition hosted by The Beard and Mustache Club of NC, an appearance by the Alamance Makers Guild, and a local comedy showcase presented by the Idiot Box.
In the spirit of community-supported arts, this event is donation-only ($15-30 suggested at the door) and entrance proceeds will go directly to the scheduled musicians. Local organizations that are all-inclusive and focus on arts, activism, and community-building are invited to get involved.
To find out more about bands, skill shares, and what to bring, please visit www.whodatfestival.com and join the WhoDat Festival 2015 event on Facebook!
- a press release