... some great music, some that's not so great, all local — all but Brooklyn's Zongo Junction who've been added as the festival's special guest opener. They're another one of those bands that are passing through town en route to/from the Bear Creek fest.
“I promote and help organize the Hijacking Fest because I strongly believe in and really enjoy all of the bands with whom we work,” offers Sarah Wilson who also plays drums in the bands ODIST and Jack of Hearts. “These are all my friends, who all happen to make music that’s not ordinary, ‘playing it safe’ music. We push boundaries and make people pay attention to our uniqueness. To have all of these acts on one bill is incredible to me, and I am so happy that we can all come together and make this scene of ours grow more and more every year.”
The fest takes place in The Goat Farm's big room, a.k.a. Goodwin Yard, on two stages, and the theme this year is "glow" — literally. The whole place is being fitted with black light cannons and rods.
Doors open at 3 p.m. and the breakdown on the cover charge goes like this: The cover is $10 from 3 - 4:30 p.m. That's the early bird special. Otherwise it costs $15 at the door after 4:30 p.m. But if you happen to be wearing a Hijacking Music Button it's $10.
The Goat Farm. 1200 Foster St.
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