The 9th Annual Celebration of Music, Art, Magic and Mother Earth!
Live Music • Arts and Crafts • Organic Marketplace • Games and Activities • Raffle Prizes
Alchemy Fest is a family-friendly event featuring live music, interactive arts and crafts, food, an organic vendor marketplace, kids games and activities, dance performances, yoga, meditation, massage, workshops, magic and more! Bring the whole family and enjoy a beautiful day packed with music, art, education and fun!
Entertainment confirmed so far includes Hymn For Her, Good Graeff, Red Feather, Rebekah Pulley and Luxury Mane, plus the Noisemakers All Stars, Revolutions Dance, playshops by Rising Light, live art by Jerry Cahill and an opening ceremony featuring Jennifer Real.
There will be seven “Transformation Stations” set up throughout the event. To be entered to win the grand prize, containing donations from our sponsors and vendors, attendees must visit all stations and submit their completed “Green Cards” before the end of the day!
Watch the 2014 Trailer!
What: Alchemy Fest 9
When: Saturday, April 26; Noon – 6 p.m.
Where: First Unity Campus, 460 46th Ave. N., St. Petersburg, 33703
Who: Live music by Hymn For Her, Good Graeff, RedFeather, Luxury Mane and Rebekah Pulley, plus the Noisemakers All Stars, Revolutions Dance, playshops by Rising Light, live art by Jerry Cahill and an opening ceremony featuring Jennifer Real.
More Info: Parking available on 46th Ave. N., all ages, plenty of parking and restrooms, stroller and wheelchair-friendly
Hymn For Her
A juiced-up backwoods country blues duo with a dose of desert rock psychedelia that has been described as ‘Hell’s Angels meets the Amish,’ Hymn for Her recorded their last album in their vintage 1961 Bambi Airstream trailer at locations stretching from Philadelphia to Malibu on a three-month tour. Their new release, Hymn for Her Presents … Lucy and Wayne’s Smokin Flames, boast a hot sauce under the same name which features bananas, jalapeños and smoked paprika. (RIYL: R.L. Burnside, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Bluegrass, Psychedelic)
“Fiddlestix” [VIDEO] – http://youtu.be/mwDns5M8ggY
Twin sisters Brooke and Brit Graeff (pronounced “grayf”) create powerful folk-charged indie pop that centers on Brooke’s dynamic & original vocals and upbeat acoustic chord progressions, which are ﬁnessed into creative and memorable pop songs by Brit’s melodic, classically inﬂuenced cello riffs. The group originated as a busking duo when the twins were 16, playing on street corners of Sarasota, FL and has a dedicated following in Vietnam. (RIYL: Tegan and Sara, Classical, Indie Rock, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen)
Like Jim James on a Native American vision quest, multi-instrumentalist frontman Mark Etherington (Mountain Holler, Set and Setting) leads Red Feather and their audience on a cinematic and unforgettable journey as they perform “music from the city about the beauty of the mind and country.” (RIYL: My Morning Jacket, Iron and Wine, Band of Horses)
“The Wait/The Walk” [VIDEO] – http://youtu.be/qmT-4LilhjE
Rebekah was raised on “pre-rockabilly” music in Alaska by her father, who performed with country greats such as Charlie Ryan (“Hot Rod Lincoln’). Rebekah now lives in St. Petersburg, and over the last 12 years has played everywhere from coffeeshops to festivals, has recorded 5 full-length CD’s that have permeated American and European airwaves, and garnered numerous awards and a place in the hearts of fans and critics across the nation. (RIYL: Lucinda Williams, Dusty Springfield, Neko Case)
“Chains” [VIDEO] – http://youtu.be/RIxWvYh3QaI
Luxury Mane combines elements of indie, psychedelic, surf, garage rock and pop and boasts members of the multi-award-winning alt-rock outfit, The Semis. Luxury Mane takes a straight-ahead approach to rock arrangements and a purist approach to recording, having committed both of their full-length albums to 1/2-inch tape in their home studio in St. Petersburg, FL. (RIYL: The Smiths, Television, Joy Division)
“Youth Envy” [LISTEN] – http://luxurymane.bandcamp.com/track/youth-envy
Opening Ceremony featuring Jennifer Real
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* lineup and schedule subject to change