In celebration of its seventh year as the bastion of Miami’s independent music scene, Sweat Records is throwing the third edition of Sweatstock on Saturday, April 21 — fittingly, on Record Store Day — with Beached Miami as a proud partner in music curation.
Afrobeta will headline the outdoor stage this year with Deaf Poets, Krisp, Psychic Mirrors, Ketchy Shuby, Plains, Arboles Libres, The State Of, and Jesse Jackson (with full band) opening. The outdoor program will go from 2 pm until 11 pm.
Beached Miami is hosting the inside stage, next door at Churchill’s, with Axe and the Oak headlining and Shroud Eater, Weird Wives, Haochi Waves, Pool Party, Severe Disappointments, Jellyfish Brothers, Kazoots, and Palette Town filling out the lineup. The program starts at 4 p.m. and runs into the wee hours.
On Churchill’s patio stage, Roofless Records is bringing in Container from Nashville, TN, Vico and Diamond Hymen from Tampa, and Adames, Dim Past, Dyslexic Postcards, Devalued, The President, No Children, and Toad Eyes. The program starts at 6 p.m. and may never stop.
All told, that’s 29 live acts spread across three stages for a music marathon that promises to fill your soul with song. For more details on the Sweatstock extravaganza, check out the press release embed below.
Related link: “Photos from Sweatstock 2011″