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Saucedfest scheduled


Now Sauced doesn't just taste good, but sounds good.

Gazette staff April 11th, 2012

As if pizza alone weren’t tasty enough, Sauced on Paseo stages Saucedfest, a three-night, 15-act festival of free live music. It begins 6 p.m. Friday at the 2912 Paseo eatery, and continues at 5 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday.

According to organizers, the opening two days are geared toward rock ’n’ roll, while the closing day presents a more relaxed, singer-songwriter vibe.

Scheduled to appear in slots ranging from 45 minutes to an hour include:

• Friday: The Sheiks, Porch Mice and Public House

• Saturday: Rock Bottom, Michael Davis, Mont Lyons, Shelton Poole and Psychotic Reaction

• Sunday: Local Honey, Burlap Tuxedo, Kaylee Losawyer and David James McKinney Band

For more information, call 521-9800 or visit facebook.com/saucedpaseo.


 
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