WATCH: The Hometown Get Down Night 1

By Will Urquhart / September 21, 2018

This weekend brings us The Hometown Get Down, an annual music and arts festival, and we  will be on the ground throughout the entire thing providing expansive coverage. Tune in live via the DC Music Review  facebook page to catch a free webcast of every performance from both stages. (We will have to start a new stream every four hours, so when one ends just refresh this page a few minute later for the next).

The main purpose of The Hometown Get Down is to help families in crisis through promoting the arts. Event proceeds as always will go to benefit The Bernie House. The mission of The Bernie House is to “provide a safe home without violence for families in crisis,”

The Bernie House is a transitional housing program for families fleeing domestic violence. The program house is located in Silver Spring, MD and aids families in need from the metropolitan area.

To learn more about the charity please visit www.theberniehouse.org

Friday

Main Stage:

11:30pm-1AM Cris Jacobs Band

9:30PM-11PM The Dirty Grass Players

7:45PM-9PM Delirious George

6:15PM-7:15PM Serene Green

4:45PM-5:45PM The plate scrapers


Pier Stage

11:00 PM- 11:30PM Mike Candela

9:00PM-9:30PM Stefan Edward

7:15PM-7:45PM Pete Goodwin

5:45PM-6:15PM Lauren Calve

Saturday

Main Stage

12:30AM - 2AM Steal Your peach

10:30PM-12AM bumpin' Uglies

8:45PM-10PM Jah works

7:00PM-8:15PM Revelator Hill

5:30PM-6:30PM 19th street band

4:00PM-5:00PM Mindy miller & The chrome tears

2:30PM-3:30PM Gordon Sterling & The people

1:00PM-2PM staycation

11:30AM-12:30AM Sugagrits


Pier Stage

Get Down Unplugged Late night invitational

12:00AM-12:30AM Ray wroten

10:00PM-10:30PM Omar teitelbaum

8:15PM-8:45PM Mindy miller

5:0oPM-5:30PM gordon sterling

3:30PM-4:00PM lindsay hough

2:00PM-2:30Pm Ashleigh Chevalier

12:00pM-12:30PM chris compton

About the author

Will Urquhart

Will Urquhart is a television and radio producer, concert taper, and audiovisual expert. His focus is on webcast production and projection visuals for political organizations and bands. Will's work has been featured in various publications such as NPR, Live For Live Music, Live Music Daily, and many more.