Confirmed 2013 performers below!
Stay tuned for more 2013 Performer announcements once our After-Hours destinations are confirmed!
9pm @ the Marietta Brewing Company annual RTA Kickoff Party! -
Kick-off party will be located in the backroom of MBC (through the red door halfway back on your left). Live music by Phillip’s Bird and special guests! Order at the bar and hang out in the back, complete with outdoor patio!
Come early and enjoy Team Trivia in the front room starting at 8pm!!!
Friday on the RTA stage on the Armory Lawn:
5:30-6:30 pm: Hayfield & Crow
6:30-7:30 pm: Qiet
Friday night around town:
9 pm @ The Adelphia Music Hall:
9 pm @ Over the Moon Pizzeria:
Mud Ducks picking bluegrass on the patio!!!
10 pm @ The Marietta Brewing Company: back by popular demand!
Qiet is a six-to-eight member band whose Balkan-influenced music has generated considerable word-of-mouth buzz in the Huntington music scene. Qiet’s shows are guaranteed to be memorable and remarkable. While their staple sounds invoke a mixture of gypsy punk and amped-up rock & roll, Qiet has tackled nearly every style of music and are finding that audiences appreciate the effort. Playful, inventive, and yet surprisingly serious about producing quality work, the band continues to push the boundaries of how music is consumed. It’s Qiet’s dedication to their work that draws people in, but it’s the quality and instant appeal of their songs that have caused the Qiet fan base to grow exponentially with every show they play.
Saturday on the RTA stage on the Armory Lawn:
5:30-6:30 pm: Jason Allwood solo
6:30-7:30 pm: Phillip’s Bird
Saturday night around town:
9:30pm @ the Adelphia Music Hall:
Theatrical new wave music from Wheeling!
Playing music by
Talking Heads, The Cars, Cyndi Lauper, The Go-Gos, The Bangles, Devo, The Romantics, The Hooters, The Clash, Bow Wow Wow, The Pretenders, Joe Jackson, Elvis Costello, The B-52s, Blondie, Escape Club, The Knack, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts and more more more!
10 pm @ The Marietta Brewing Company:
Hailing from rural Southeast Ohio, The Wayfarers emerged onto the scene in early 2010 playing their own form of American Roots music. While much of their repertoire is drawn from the Appalachian tradition they revere, The Wayfarers fuse tight musicianship - centered largely by the fiddle - with the high energy that characterized early mountain music. Their spirited approach to live performance is infectious, and people of all ages are drawn in to the sounds of thumping washtub bass, driving guitars, sawing fiddles, and rich harmonies.