At least 109 solo artists, duos and groups have been confirmed to perform at the debut edition of Adams Avenue Unplugged, the free festival that will feature 170 performances on 24 indoor and outdoor stages along a two-miles stretch of Adams Avenue on April 21 and 22.
The festival is both a new start and a continuation, as the two-day event replaces the 18-year-old Adams Avenue Roots Festival. As its title implies, most of Adams Avenue Unplugged’s festival’s performers perform with acoustic instruments. A good number are veterans of previous editions of the Roots Festival, which — like the new Unplugged event — is produced by the Adams Avenue Business Association.
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