Two days, many stages, multiple performers and innumerable musical memories on Adams Avenue this weekend.
Adams Avenue Unplugged will be hosting a music festival live on Saturday, April 21 from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., and Sunday, April 22 from noon to 7:00 p.m.
Beginning from Texas Street to the end of Kensington, more than 30 participating restaurants and bars will present over 170 acoustic musical performances. Also performing are some of San Diego’s top musicians.
Adams Avenue Unplugged is being orchestrated by a quartet of local music veterans who have curated past music festivals, including the Adams Avenue Roots Festival and Adams Avenue Street Fair.
The fab-four are: Kent Johnson, a local musician and co-publisher of The Troubadour; Lou Curtiss, roots music historian and owner of Folk Arts Rare Records; Louis Brazier, talent programmer at Lestat’s; and Steve Kader, music programmer for several Adams Avenue Street Fairs.
Due to limited street parking, organizers will provide free trolley service along Adams Avenue, including a bike valet. The MTS will also provide service for bus #2 and 11 for those planning to attend the festivities. Normal flow of traffic is expected during this event.
This celebration is free and open to the public.
For more information about Adams Avenue Unplugged log onto their website