Here's your Artscape concert schedule: Fantasia Friday; G. Love Saturday; Matisyahu Sunday


Matisyahu, G. Love and Fantasia will headline Artscape this year. They are just a few of the tons of singers who will perform over the weekend on three different stages.

The music side of the festival starts on Friday July 15 and ends July 17; performances take place throughout the day, with some starting as early as noon on some days.


The festival is divided into three stages named after their sponsors.

Fantasia will close the first night on the Wells Fargo stage. And Matisyahu, out with new live album "Live at Stubbs," will perform there as well as the last performer on Sunday night.


In addition, Baltimore's E Major, The

, and

, as well as G Love & Special Sauce and Nikka Costa, will perform.

Artscape's organizers provided the full schedule, below:

Wells Fargo stage


Friday, July 15

6:30pm Miguel, R&B/hip-hop

8:30pm Fantasia, R&B

Saturday, July 16

2pm 8 Ohms, funk

3:30pm Carolyn Malachi, jazz/soul


5pm Nikka Costa, funk/rock

6:30pm Southern Culture on the Skids, rock/surf 8pm G Love & Special Sauce, blues/roots

Sunday, July 17

12pm The Jon Bailey Band, ska/roots

1:30pm The Players, ska

3:00pm Can't Hang, reggae/rock

4:30pm Pietasters, ska 6:30pm Matisyahu, reggae/hip-hop

Urbanite stage


Friday, July 15

12-2pm BCPS Showcase, variety

4:30pm TBA

6pm Strings and Things, strings

7:30pm Matt Wigler, blues 9pm Lee Pearson, jazz

Saturday, July 16

1:30pm TBA

3pm Bottle of Blues, blues

4:30pm Eric Byrd Trio, jazz

6pm Turn Around Norman, jazz

7:30pm Love Craft, jazz 9pm Kevin Driscoll, blues

Sunday, July 17

1pm Time Out, jazz

2:30pm Blues Society, blues

4pm Community Groove, jazz

5:30pm Blues Society, blues 7pm Tom Williams Quintet, jazz

The Festival stage


Friday, July 15

12:30pm Mosno Al-Moseeki, world

2pm TBA

5pm E Major, hip-hop

6:30pm The Superland Stage Band, funk 8pm Telesma, psychedelic groove

Saturday, July 16

1pm Unity Reggae Band, reggae

2:30pm Pompeii Graffiti, pop

4pm The Kings of Crownsville, classic rock

5:30pm The Rise Band, R&B

7pm Andy Poxon, blues 8:30pm The Crawdaddies, roots rock/zydeco

Sunday, July 17

1pm Orch Kids, classical/variety

2:30pm The Band Belief, pop/hip-hop

4:30pm Larry Brown Quartet, jazz 6:30pm Big Daddy Stallings, R&B/contemporary jazz

The Well Fargo stage is located at 1400 Cathedral St. at Mt. Royal Avenue. The Urbanite stage is at Charles Street and E. Lafayette Avenue. The Festival stage is at Mt. Royal Avenue near Mosher Street.

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