Madness on Main Indie Festival is Back for its Fourth Year | @MadnessOnMain Hope Carter May 2, 2017 Artists To Watch, Events, Fashion, Festivals, Music 1 Comment The 4th annual Madness on Main festival will return Memorial Day weekend. Houston’s favorite independent music festival, Madness on Main, is back – bigger and better – in 2017. The festival, presented by 8th Wonder Brewery, is headed to the near northside, White Oak Music Hall and Raven Tower off N. Main, Sunday May 28th (Memorial Day Weekend). With just one wristband, attendees with have access to three stages, more than 20 bands, and so much more! Madness on Main serves as a liaison between artists and media to gain interviews and develop artist portfolios. In true “DIY” fashion, the festival does not rely on established acts for headliners, but performers, along with the local art community, comes together to put on a festival specifically targeted for an audience to experience new, emerging acts. This year’s acts include: Black Pistol Fire, Bayou City Funk – Dem – Flower Graves – Flyger Woods – Handsomebeast – Hector Ward & the Big Time (ATX) – Jax/IV Project – Kiko Villamizar (Aguas Frias, Colombia) – LIMB – Lloronas (SATX) – Lyric Michelle – Mantra Love – Mark Drew – Moths – PersephOne – Phantom Royals – Ruiners – Sailor Poon (ATX) – Something Fierce – Soul Creatures – Texture: Yellow – Traci Lavois Thiebaud, and a street art installation by Donkeeboy. This year, Madness on Main is partnering with Kaleidoscope Houston to add a fashion element to the event. There will be a kid clothing swap curated by Nealette Douglas of Fashion Exchange 3000, live artist interviews by Texas Inked Magazine, festival fashion showcase in partnership with JC Penny, and “how music influences fashion” panel discussion by Fab Latinos and artist transformation reveals. Alex Roman, also known as Donkeeboy, is the 2017 Madness on Main featured artist. He will unveil a 30′ x 15′ mural commemorating Tex-Mex culture in Houston music. As if all of that were not enough, the family-friendly event will also highlight the arts and crafts community with a festival-style market in the parking lot between White Oak Music Hall and Raven Tower, and will feature more than 30 booths, food trucks and fresh juices curated by Chelsea Lemmons of Roo-Logic Visuals. For more information and to buy tickets, visit www.madnessonmain.com, or check out the Facebook page. Tickets are as follows: $15 presale online Tickets or from a band $25 Day-of All Ages – Kids under 12 free Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr One Response Madness on Main: Introducing Kiko Villamizar | @madnessonmain @KVillamizrMusic » Day & A Dream May 24, 2017 […] Madness on Main Indie Festival is Back for its Fourth Year | @MadnessOnMain […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.