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Video: Huntington Music and Arts Festival set for Sept. 28

Aug. 07, 2013 @ 02:12 PM

Here's a collage look at the first three years of the Huntington Music and Arts Festival. The fourth annual HMAF is set to run 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Ritter Park Amphitheater with a slew of local and regional acts, including The Carpenter Ants and The Greens, along with such edgy, contemporary acts as the rock-rap collaboration of The Yetti and The Dinosaur Burps called the Yetti Burps. Legendary Detroit-based rockers, The Muggs. will headline the fourth annual fest. Other bands on the HMAF include such indie rock units as: Phantom Six, Rozwell Kid, Farnsworth, The Dead Leaves, the Gillum brother-built eclectic jazz unit, Gillumesh, Coyotes in Boxes, and top shelf Kentucky songwriter Tyler Childers and The Highwall. There will also be a slew of acoustic acts between band sets including Bradley Jenkins, Jay Hill (who used to back Jesco White), horror-folk writer and ace guitarist, Grim Charles, the old-time string band, Modock Rounders, Aaron Brown, Colten Settle, Sean Richardson, Emily Kinner and Abbie Kimball. For tickets and more info on the fest, go online at www.hmafestival.com and check out the HMAF Facebook page.