Edited from a Press Release

Two Music Festivals this Weekend
HUNTINGTON, WV (HNN) – Two musical festivals happen in Huntington this weekend. Friday the Diamond Teeth Mary Blues Festival starts at Heritage Station. Live music, food, drink, and lots of artisan-vendors. Admission is free.

Come Saturday, the Second annual Huntington Music & Arts Festival kicks off at the Ritter Park amphitheatre. 23 performers take the stage, among them: Rasta Rafiki, AC30, Deadbeats & Barkers, The Demon Beat, Fletcher's Grove, The Fox Hunt, The Good Fight, Qiet, Sasha Colette & the Magnolias, Sly Roosevelt, Tower of the Elephant, Universes. Plus, acoustic performers, Mark Bates, Adam Benz, Grim Charles, Trace Cherokee, Tyler Childers, Alexis Cunningham, Jeff Ellis, Jordan Andrew Jefferson, Cody Lynch, & Richie Tipton. http://www.hmafestival.com Tickets are available at the V-Club and MU SAPB office in the Student Center.

Two Music Festivals this Weekend
Here is the schedule and line up for the Diamond Teeth festival:

Main stage events are bold. others are acoustic stage.


5 to 6 larry whitt

6:15 to 7:15 Hunter Wolfe
7:15 to 8:15 Adam Gussow

8:30 to 10:00 The Maynard Chapman blues Band


10 am Phil Wiggins harp clinic

11 am Adam gussow harp clinic

12 Appalachian Harmonica Competition/ harmonica club

2:30 Hunter Wolfe and John Taylor guitar clinic "Blues guitar and beyond"

3:30 Art Competition winners

4:00 Blues Crossing

5:00 John Taylor
5:45 Melissa Mckinney and Soul Mountain

6:30 Lascivious Deacons

7:15 The Diablo Blues Band

8:00 Nat Reese and Phil Wiggins

9:00 Liz Pennock and Dr. Blues

Youth Art Competion on display Winners announced a t 3:30 pm Saturday

Two Music Festivals this Weekend
Art Vendors

Wood Worker

Glass Bead Jewerly


Leather work

Bead work


Hand Quilting


Canvas Art


Soy Candles