Listeners will be familiar with this week's Left of the Dial guests because they’re the team behind Sweet Juice Fest, a queer feminist musical festival that centers local diverse artists and creators from the Philadelphia region. Last year, the sold-out festival was held at Rigby Mansion in Germantown and featured some of our favorites here at Left of the Dial including Sug Daniels, Popcorn Daddy, and The Lunar Year, all of whom make up the Sweet Juice Fest collective and who joined Andrea on the show today to talk about this year’s Sweet Juice Fest which will be held again in July. But even before that, they’ve got a really cool event coming up in just a few days, the Sweet Juice Fundraiser, which will be held on April 26th at Dolphin Tavern. Listen to hear some incredible music from the talented, thoughtful, and joyful folks who make up the Sweet Juice Collective and make sure you stick around because they announce the first act who's going to be playing the festival in July, and it's a really amazing artist Philly folks are gonna be stoked about!
The Sweet Juice Fest fundraiser is this Wednesday, April 26th at Dolphin Tavern. Get your tickets now.
Follow Sweet Juice Fest on Twitter and Instragram.
Featured in this episode:
Sug Daniels – @sugdaniels_
"When I'm Gone"
Popcorn Daddy – Popcorn Daddy is a new band, so we can’t share anything with you. While we wait for music from them, check out "Backyard" from Mel of Popcorn Daddy’s other project Personal Trainer and "Lament" from Shona's band The Buck Stops Here.
The Lunar Year – @thelunaryearofficial
"Don't Kiss Strangers"
justmadnice – @justmadnice
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