Category Archives: Festival News

Oh man, this is gonna be sweet. Jake Hill & Deep Creek + Rodeo Ruby Love to co-headline.

We’ve officially announced the date and venue of our big show this year, and we’ve also got the amazing headliners: Local legend, bluesman, and expert at putting out great albums at break-neck speed, Jake Hill and his rowdy band of merry men Deep Creek will close out the night on July 21st. Playing right before Jake and co are Rodeo Ruby Love – these guys will have you singing along before you even know the songs. The guys and gal of RRL hail from Bloomington, Indiana, and in recent months have been touring their awesomely catchy indie-rock-pop tunes around the country with the likes of Reel Big Fish, and label-mates Streetlight Manifesto and Lionize.

And that’s just part of the show. Stay tuned for the other 6 bands, who are sure to make July 21st one unreal day of music in Plymouth.

Emma Ate the Lion & Doug Logan added to the roster

Pembroke-based indie rock four-piece Emma Ate the Lion is the first addition to our lineup! The band is stopping by the PIMF as part of their summer tour in support of their debut album, out early this summer. They casino online will play the main stage at the PIMF (time tba), and soulful/bluesy Plymouth singer-songwriter Doug Logan will take the acoustic side stage at the fest. Keep checking back for more updates!

July 23rd here we come!

Hello! The date for the very first Plymouth Independent Music Festival is OFFICIALLY……JULY 23rd!! Under our new swanky name, we’ll be putting on a great day of free summer music (this will be out 5th year doing the all-day festival – formerly called Schoolhouse Rock). We don’t have anyone booked yet, because we were still waiting on the date to work out, but you can expect some feverish booking to start pretty soon.

Keep checking back here and on Twitter for lots of info – and don’t forget to go to our Acoustic Nights Free Concert Series for some great acoustic music on the Plymouth waterfront. See you at the shows!

– PIMF