Live: Adams Avenue Street Fair 2014

The 33rd annual Adams Avenue Street Fair saw more than 100 bands come out to show some San Diego love in Normal Heights on Sept. 27-28.

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Madly (vocalist Lucina Go pictured) and more than 100 other bands played the 33rd annual Adams Avenue Street Fair over the Sept. 27-28 weekend.
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Local vintage-pop outfit Birdy & the Bow Tie came out.
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Shady Francos kicked off Sunday -- day two of the festival.
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So did Brazilian jazz group Choro Sotaque.
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Singer/songwriter Eliza Rose
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Local indie rockers Flaggs
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G Burns Jug Band, old timey tunes from San Diego
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Singer/songwriter Gaby Aparicio recently relocated from Florida to San Diego.
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Locals Girl in the Middle entertained with their blend of modern rock and Americana.
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Alt-country outfit Grampadrew & the Gut Strings swayed the stage with Americana hues.
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Javier Escovedo & the City Lights pumped the crowd with some pop rock melodies.
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Singer/songwriter Jimmy Ruelas crooned to the tune of his own guitar.
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Genre-bender Kaitlyn Woolling strummed a few notes of her own.
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Just 14 years old, singer/songwriter Kennady Tracy took the stage.
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Singer/songwriter Kenny Eng rocked the two-day fest.
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Locals Little Kings played the blues.
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Madly won the crowd with indie psych rock.
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Mercedes Moore Band got soulful in the fun.
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Singer/songwriter Nina Francis blended modern pop melodies with folk and jazz undertones.
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Raelee Nikole played some soulful pop.
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San Diego's bluesman Robin Henkel got jazzy on stage.
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Seventeen-year-old Sahara Grim leads her quartet.
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San Diego's own Sara Petite & the Sugar Daddies added country to the fest.
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San Diego garage-rock outfit Shady Francos brought the fuzz.
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Tacky Little Hatshop are a neo-folk sister duo out of Rainbow,
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Teagan Taylor blended genres with soul.
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Terrible Sideshow took center stage for an Americana set.
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The She's played some weather-matching sun pop.
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Triumph of the Wild combined Americana, folk and blues for a down-home set.
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Hip-hop/EDM outfit We Are Sirens energized the stage.
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The Whiskey Circle got crowds drunk on a blend of alt-country and folk.
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San Diego all-around performer Whitney Shay put on a show.
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