Maine Music Lovers Rejoice: All Roads Music Festival is Back in Belfast
All Roads Music Festival 2022
Live music is back, baby!
After a two-year hiatus due to reasons I’m sure you can guess, the All Roads Music Festival is coming back to Belfast, Maine.
The two-day festival celebrates Maine musicians and Indie genres, including Indie rock, folk, pop, and bluegrass with more than 30 performing artists and 150 Maine musicians from all across the state and region.
Kicking off on Friday, May 20, the weekend will be packed full of local performances, art vendors, and collective creative networking opportunities just steps away from Penobscot Bay. Various venues throughout the quaint town of Belfast will be hosting the shows all day as you run between the Main Stage at Steamboat Landing, The Bazz, The Church Stage, and The Colonial to check out your favorite local acts and learn more about Maine’s music scene.
If you want to start the day early or carry the energy into the night, opening and closing parties will be held at Three Tides & Marshall Wharf Brewing, so you can start the day dancing and finish it the same way.
The performances are general admission and fit for all ages for a family-friendly event, but the brewery parties are 21+, of course. You decide what to participate in: You can buy tickets for the entire festival and add on opening and closing party tix, or you can go for just one day, it’s up to you. Heck, you could even go just to the parties if you wanted, but I would definitely recommend hitting up Maine’s Indie music scene while you’re there.
Check out the schedule, mark your calendar, and grab your fellow music lovers for a weekend jam packed with, well, jams. Tickets are cheaper if you buy ahead, so get on it!