NOTE: Schedule subject to change. If weather interrupts the schedule we pick up the schedule as per the “clock.” In other words, if it pours rain from 4 pm to 5:45, we pick up the schedule with whatever band is scheduled to be playing at 5:45. However, we have a covered stage, so light or moderate rain won’t stop us.
Last minute updates to the schedule (due to weather or other factors) will be announced in real-time on our Twitter channel — twitter.com/maplewoodstock
Sunday, July 14, 2019
NOON – ScreenAge
An alternative rock band formed in 2016. Their first album, “Station 42,” was released this year.
12:42 PM – Ohemaah
Born in Ghana and raised in Canada, Ohemaah is a prolific songwriter, singer, and classically-trained musician. The songs are of hope and wisdom, with a musical style that fuses pop, jazz, and world music influences.
1:24 PM – Simple Man
Complex vocal harmonies to sweat-inducing dance rhythms, this genre-blending indie sound is an electrifying live experience.
2:06 PM – 3rd Gear
A tasty stew of rock, blues, and alt-country.
2:48 PM – Stuff Bros.
Original music with roots goodness, vocal breadth, and heart-felt depth. Acoustic, electric, funkified, eclectic.
3:30 PM – Owls and Lions
Endearing New Jersey-based indie folk trio whose sound lives down the street from The Lumineers & The Strumbellas.
4:12 PM – Dubistry
NYC-grown reggae, jazz, and soul with live dub effects.
4:54 PM – Luca Max
Hometown kid that plays original funk and hip-hop backed up by rhythm section, horns, and percussion.
6:15 PM – Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds
Flavors of folk, rock, and pop now fully-fused with a traditional soul approach creates what is certainly the most sensual and emotionally diverse music of their career. Their heart-hitting melodies are more than a match for their candid lyricism and vocal prowess.
8:15 PM – Turkuaz
This Brooklyn-based nine-piece delivers horn-filled funk incorporating elements of R&B, psychedelic pop, gospel, Afro-pop, New Wave, classic rock, and just about any genre that gets people dancing. They have lit up stages everywhere from Bonnaroo, Hulaween, Okeechobee, Electric Forest, and Mountain Jam to Telluride Jazz, High Sierra, and Lock’n, in between gracing stages at legendary spots such as Red Rocks, Terminal 5, and The Fillmore, to name a few..