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This weeks feature music article in the Free Times talks about competition between festivals and shows in Columbia, specifically pointing out Art Bar Agora happening Saturday and River Rocks Festival happening the same day. In the article I’m quoted as seeing it as a positive thing to have more options in town. Next Saturday, April 18, is another date where music lovers will have plenty of options. Whether it’s Jason Isbell at the Music Farm late night, or Columbia native (now based in Seattle) electro pop group Harps at New Brookland, the warming Columbia air will be filled with music beginning at 1 in the afternoon with the WUSC Spring Jubilee out back at El Burrito.

This years lineup is splattered with bands from around the state, including four Columbia bands, two Charleston groups, two upstate acts, and Athen’s band SHEHEHE rounding out the show. It’s a well put together and varied lineup that will keep the excitement rolling throughout the day.

Headliner Wasted Wine released their new album in February and have seen some national attention with the video for their song “The Strangest of Eyes” appearing on NPR Music with a small review from Bob Boilen. All of that should mean something special especially to the WUSC DJs who should all be in attendance all day long.  I’m even wondering if one of our favorite WUSC DJs, DJ Tommy Pickles will be in attendance. Best Sunday show in memory.

Listen to She Returns from War on our 2015 SceneSC Sampler.

1:00 – Watson Village
1:50 – DYEL
2:30 – Masonjar Menagerie
3:20 – Black Iron Gathering
4:10 – She Returns From War
5:00 – Southern Femisphere
6:05 – Ivadell
7:10 – SHEHEHE
8:15 – Wasted Wine

$8 Tickets

$3 Raffle

$2 Coronas

$1 Tacos

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