Lynn Music Festival comes to the beach!

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Lynn, MA – Get ready for a spectacular day of live music, cultural performances, and community fun at the Lynn Music Festival on June 22 from 1 PM to 8 PM! Sponsored by Save the Harbor, Better Beaches, Lynn Cultural Council, Mass Cultural Council, and Bent Water Brewing, this event promises diverse artists and a vibrant atmosphere for all attendees.

Weather Announcements can be found here.

What to Expect:

The festival will feature impressive performances, showcasing talent from various genres and backgrounds. Here’s a sneak peek at the lineup:

  • 1:00 PM – Dave Simmons
  • 1:20 PM – Big Brotha Sadi
    Big Brotha Sadi is a Congolese American Hip-Hop artist who has spent over 25 years honing his craft. Describing himself as a Hip-Hop Poet, he blends spoken word, rap, and MCing to explore self-identity and culture.
  • 1:40 PM – Vibez The Great
    With roots in Africa and Boston, Vibez The Great creates an infectious sound known as the “Good Vibez Experience.” His music, inspired by artists like Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole, will surely get you moving.
  • 2:00 PM – Saeddyr
    Dark Fairy Metal from Salem, MA, brings a unique edge to the festival.
  • 2:20 PM – Not Bad Pretty Good
    This Northshore band mixes hip-hop, alternative, and dance tunes, featuring founders Robby Rowe and rapper J. Vybe.
  • 2:40 PM – Four
  • 3:00 PM – This Day In History
  • 3:20 PM – Solmaria
    A multigenre Latina artist from Salem, MA, Solmaria has been making waves with her soulful performances and community spirit.
  • 3:40 PM – Gabriella Simpkins
    An award-winning singer-songwriter from Cape Cod, MA, Gabriella’s music blends folk, classical, jazz, and indie rock.
  • 4:00 PM – SoBlanc
    From Haiti to Boston, SoBlanc’s music spans RNB, neo-soul, funk, soft rock, and Haitian kompa. She’s performed with Wyclef Jean and Neyo.
  • 5:00 PM – La Rumba Workshop
  • 5:30 PM – Palos de Peravia
    Led by Venecia Arias, this group preserves traditional Afro-Dominican palo drumming, enriching the festival with spiritual rhythms.
  • 6:00 PM – Makanda Project
    A 16-piece orchestra dedicated to the compositions of Makanda Ken McIntyre, led by pianist John Kordalewski. This performance will be a highlight for jazz enthusiasts.

Vendors and Food Trucks:

Enjoy a variety of offerings from local vendors and food trucks, including:

  • The Master Peace Glass: Unique hemp accessories, glass art pieces, and more.
  • Frozen Fantasies Freeze Dried Candies and so much more: From freeze-dried candy to custom tumblers and t-shirts.
  • From The Sea Arts: Nautically inspired linocut prints on paper, clothing, and cards.
  • DCF – Foster MA: Learn about becoming a foster parent.


Quench your thirst at the Bent Water Brewing beer truck and indulge in delicious treats from:

  • De Mi Cocina
  • Fun Time Ice Cream

Activities and Entertainment:

  • Air Brush Tattoo Station: Get a fun airbrush tattoo from Arianna Jones.
  • DJs Real Wavey Rey & KMF E: Keep the energy high with their dynamic sets.
  • Host Amanda Shea: Guiding you through the day’s festivities.

About the Organizers:

The Lynn Music Foundation provides resources and professional development opportunities for Lynn artists. The foundation aims to help artists reach their fullest potential by fostering collaboration and growth.

Join us for a day filled with music, culture, and community spirit at the Lynn Music Festival!