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Music Tastes Good Lineup Released Featuring Los Lobos and More

This morning Music Tastes Good released the lineup for the sophomore year of this Long Beach music, food and art festival.

This year it will be held in a new location on the waterfront, Marina Green Park, the weekend of September 30-October 1, 2017, with influential alt-rock trailblazers Ween and Sleater-Kinney headlining Saturday and Sunday, respectively.

Among the many other notable acts playing this year’s Music Tastes Good are British shoegaze pioneers RIDE, critically-acclaimed American funk/soul/R&B musician Charles Bradley, Canadian jangle pop maestros Alvvays, Grammy Award-winning, East LA roots rockers Los Lobos, experimental Athens, GA art rock outfit of Montreal, Dr. Octagon, the acclaimed alter ego of rapper Kool Keith, and UK New Wave innovators Heaven 17 to name just a few. See full lineup below. Additional bands to be announced.

With an amplified focus on their culinary program food this year, Music Tastes Good’s new “Taste Tent” will assemble some of the top chefs from both Southern California and the Bayou, for what organizers are calling, a “Port-to-Port” experience, a cultural exchange of flavors and ideas between Long Beach, New Orleans, and their surrounding communities. See the list of participating chefs/restaurants below.

Music Tastes Good: 2017 Lineup Announcement from Music Tastes Good on Vimeo.

Music Tastes Good’s return this fall, marks the one-year anniversary of the death of festival founder and chief curator, artist/musician Josh Fischel, who passed away on September 29, 2016, after a battle with liver disease. With a mission to carry on Josh’s legacy and his vision for the future of the festival, Music Tastes Good’s eclectic lineup once again aims to unite music fans, foodies and art patrons alike.

Josh’s wife Abbie Fischel says, “My sweet husband was brimming with vision and creativity and passion and love for art in all its forms. It is no small task to create a fest that truly represents the man he was, but I think we have done him justice. Josh’s favorite thing was to give people the gift of experience…experience that hits on multiple levels: sight, sound, taste, touch, emotion. Through this fest, he continues to give that gift to us all.”

Tickets will go on sale next Friday, May 12 so get your tickets to one of the best music, food and art festival in Southern California.

!!! (New York, NY)

ALVVAYS (Toronto, ON)

Bearcoon (Long Beach, CA)

BIG FREEDIA (New Orleans, LA)

BRAINSTORY (Long Beach, CA)

BRONCHO (Norman, OK)

CHARLES BRADLEY & HIS EXTRAORDINAIRES (Gainesville, FL)

DENGUE FEVER (Long Beach, CA)

DIGABLE PLANETS (Brooklyn, NY)

DR. OCTAGON (KOOL KEITH) (New York, NY)

DURAND JONES & THE INDICATIONS (Bloomington, IN)

FURCAST (Long Beach, CA)

HARRIET BROWN (Los Angeles, CA)

HEAVEN 17 (London, UK)

HOT 8 BRASS BAND (New Orleans, LA)

JAY SOM (Oakland, CA)

JOYCE MANOR (Long Beach, CA)

KATE TEMPEST (London, UK)

L.A. EDWARDS (San Diego, CA)

LEDFLOYD (Pigeon John + 2Mex + AWOL One) (Los Angeles, CA)

LOS LOBOS – performing ‘Kiko’ (Los Angeles, CA)

LOS MASTER PLUS (Guadalajara, JA)

MINIHORSE (Ypsilanti, MI)

OF MONTREAL – performing ‘Hissing Fauna, Are You the Destroyer?’ (Athens, GA)

OLD 97’S (Dallas, TX)

PARADE OF LIGHTS (Los Angeles, CA)

PEACHES (Toronto, ON)

PROTOMARTYR (Detroit, MI)

RIDE (Oxford, UK)

SLAVES (Kent, UK)

SLEATER-KINNEY (Olympia, WA)

SPIRIT MOTHER (Long Beach, CA)

THE NATIVES (Long Beach, CA)

THE SANDINISTAS (Wales, UK)

TV HEADS (Long Beach, CA)

VAGABON (New York, NY)

VINYL WILLIAMS (Los Angeles, CA)

WEEN (New Hope, PA)

Y LA BAMBA (Portland, OR)

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Chefs:

New Orleans, LA

Collin Cormier – Pop’s Poboys (Lafayette, LA)

Kelly Fields – Willa Jean

Isaac Toups – Toups Meatery

Mason Hereford – Turkey & The Wolf

Melissa Martin – Mosquito Supper Club

Michael Gulotta – MayPop

Alfredo Nogueria- Cafe Henri

Long Beach

Arthur Gonzales – Roe

Dave MacLennan – James Republic

Gus Sverkos – Kafe Neo

Khanh Hoang – Company of Khanh

Luis Navarro – Social List & Lola’s

Paul Buchanan – Primal Alchemy

Philip Pretty – Restauration

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Michael created MUSE/MUSE TV after a career in professional sports and journalism. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He attended Don Bosco Technical Institute in which he studied Electronics and Computer Science and California State University, Fullerton in which he graduated with a degree from the College of Communication in Journalism. He is a big Foo Fighters fan, loves Star Wars and loves photography. Member of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society.
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