The Second Annual Davis Music Festival is June 23. Bands will be playing at Delta of Venus, Odd Fellows Hall, Sophia's, Luigi's, G Street Wunderbar, Armadillo Music & L Street Plaza, and Little Prague. Here's the schedule at Delta of Venus:
Buy tickets at in advance ($20) or at the door ($25).
Here's the detailed schedule >>
Evil Plan – Evil Plan describes themselves as black/death metal/thrash/punk band, which is easy to hear in their diverse but always driving sound, though they are primarily a metal band.
Eluminati – This Davis-based band has roots many areas of great music: alternative rock, reggae, funk, acoustic rock, and blues.
Dead Net - Dead net is a punk experimental duo from Davis with members from now-defunct post-rock band Elders. The band recently opened for Japanther at ARTifact.
Art Lessing & The Flower Vato – This psychedelic four-piece Sacramento band loves to explore music—in fact, their website has an entire gallery devoted to explaining the different types of music they use in their recordings, including a photo of a dog with the subtitle, “DOGOPHONIC woofer”.
Calling Morocco – Beloved Davis musicians and members of the now-defunct punk outfit SecondShot created Punk/Americana at its finest: Rowdy, poignant, drink-’til-you-forget-her anthems about warm summer nights, broken hearts and good friends.
The Greening – San Francisco-based rock ‘n’ roll outfit The Greening is the culmination of five guys who were raised on the classics like The Beach Boys and The Beatles, fell in love with Yes and Genesis, honed their skills on everything in between, and created something louder.
Fine Steps - Fine Steps, a four-piece chamber/surf pop project from Sacramento, was born from the ashes of the much-heavier punk/garage band Mayyors. This newer project is softer, but certainly doesn’t hold back in a live show.
Thanks to DMF staff for providing these bios!