Muncie’s Village Green Records held its annual back to school live show this past Saturday, with several varied musical ensembles performing.
The outdoor event featured six bands hailing from as far away as Bloomington. The playbill included Porch Kat, Wampus Milk Daddies, Killgulls, State of Them, Heaven Honey and Elk Manakin. The bands drew an ever-changing crowd throughout the entire 6-hour long set. Concert goers were free to sit at the tables outside, get up close and personal with the performers, and pick through albums inside the shop.
The owner of Village Green Records, Travis Harvey, hosts events like these to bring attention to the local music scene, as well as to share the music he chooses to carry inside the store. Harvey prides himself on carrying a diverse selection of music, from the classics the new releases in everything from vinyl, to CDs and cassette tapes.
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