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SUNDAY Afternoon:: September 8th: Art Beat Bazaar w/ All My Pretty Ones, Karen Finlay, Agony Aunts, The Bay Area Brit, Moonshine Maybelline (duo), Jessi Phillips, Antonette Goroch and Laurel Kapros

Doors @ 3pm //  All-Ages //  $5-20 sliding scale donation (no one turned away for lack of funds).

Art Beat Foundation and Mission Creek Oakland Festival present

ART BEAT BAZAAR::  A Musician, Writer and Crafter Showcase

6:30pm: Music - All My Pretty Ones  https://soundcloud.com/allmyprettyones

6:10pm: Reading - Karen Finlay   http://97thingstodobeforeiturn97.blogspot.com

5:40pm: Music - Agony Aunts   http://mysterylawn.com/Agony_Aunts.html

5:20pm: Reading - The Bay Area Brit   http://thebayareabrit.com

4:50pm: Music – Moonshine Maybelline (duo)  http://www.moonshinemaybelline.com

4:30pm: Reading: Jessi Phillips  http://jessiphillips.com

4pm Music: Antonette Goroch  http://www.antonettegoroch.com

3:45pm: Reading - Laurel Kapros  http://www.the-ish-diaries.com

3:30pm: Introduction/Greeting from Executive Director, Antonette Goroch

Featuring Artists, Designers, and Crafters:  Cori Crooks, Amanda Gain Azevedo, Katie McKinnon of Panic in Polkadots, Brigette Iarrusso, Simone Coulars of Mystic Space, and Chase Clark of Oh the Cuteness.

Proceeds go to support the work of the Art Beat Foundation including: 

  • Art Beat Summer Rock Camp
  • Oakland First Friday Electric Unicorn Stage on Telegraph
  • Third Thursday Art Beat Acoustic Salon at 25th St. Collective
  • Art Beat Writers' Society
  • Wolfpack Songwriter's Society

About the Mission Creek Oakland Festival -- 

MCO began five years ago as a small offshoot of the Mission Creek Arts and Music Festival based in San Francisco, CA. Drawing from MCMF’s 17 year history and spirit of supporting and promoting emerging artists, MCO began as a two day event and has now expanded to a month long event featuring many local venues and artists throughout September!

The festival is organized by a group of local promoters, artists, musicians, and the local weekly newspaper, East Bay Express. Their collective knowledge and energy has helped put together dozens of shows throughout MCO’s lifespan and has created a forum for local musicians to showcase their talents and make connections, a sense of connectivity between venues, and created many amazing memories and inspiration for concert goers.  

Visit http://mcofest.org for more information and the full festival line-up. 

 

Poster by Amy Jo Evje