We're thrilled to announce the return of Pride Music Day on Saturday, June 17th. Pride Music Day 2023 is organized in partnership with Picnics on Pine and sponsored by Restore Dispensaries!
Doors for the show will open at 4:30 PM, picnic spots are first come first serve. Attendees must provide their own chairs and blankets for picnicking. Bring what you need to comfortably enjoy a picnic without obstructing others' views.
Pride Music Day is a rain or shine event, no refunds will be given.
Check out the lineup below and get your tickets at eventbrite.com/e/2023-doylestown-pride-festival-music-day
Razor Braids is a queer, all-female/non-binary rock band combing the vulnerable self awareness of indie rock with dynamic instrumentation anchored in a 90s alternative ethos.
Through soaring harmonies and a driving rhythm section the band has honed a magnetic sound that is a testament to the healing power and catharsis of community. Following their warmly-received debut album “I Could Cry Right Now If You Wanted Me To,” the band released two singles in Spring 2022, weaved together during the pandemic and bringing to life the memories – from terrible parties to secret make-out spots – that bubble to the surface when the world has been forced to a halt.
The singles, “Kelloggs” and “Megachurch,” garnered praise from Brooklyn Vegan and placements on multiple Spotify’s Fresh Finds playlists. In the time since, Razor Braids embarked on their first tour through the Midwest, South, and East Coast and brought their energetic stage presence to Music Hall of Williamsburg, Sultan Room, and Elsewhere as direct support for Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Jigsaw Youth and Anna Shoemaker, respectively. In 2023, the four-piece plans to release new music, expanding on their singular balance of tightly layered vocals, heavy riffs and reflective lyrics with more confidence and sense of purpose than ever before.
justmadnice is a Philadelphia based ensemble fronted by Alex Farr. Collectively described as blues-dipped psychedelic jazz, Farr's vocals are reminiscent of Lianne La Havas and Billie Holiday. Originally a solo project, their debut EP, Small, was released in 2021 followed by a music video for their song “Lost,” a handful of live recording sessions, and their single “Resolution” released in 2022. From minimalist, delicate, folk tunes to a stage performance that will shake you to your soul, justmadnice is entering into an era of experimental sound. While still holding onto their love of minimalism, they are clearly influenced by elements of noise, psychedelic rock, and negro spirituals.
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